To renew your Mobility Parking Scheme (MPS) permit, you'll need to complete an application form and lodge it at a service centre.
Your renewal notice will let you know if your doctor needs to complete the medical certificate section of the form. This won't be necessary if you have a Clinically Recognisable Disability already recorded with Roads and Maritime Services.
What you'll need
- the Mobility Parking Scheme Application (Individuals or Temporary) – PDF
- your proof of identity
- your concession card details (if applicable).
How to renew
- Download and complete the Mobility Parking Scheme Application (Individuals or Temporary) – PDF including the section filled in by your doctor (if applicable).
- Make sure you have the required documentation.
- Visit a service centre and submit your application.
MPS permits are available to people who are at least 3 years old and have mobility disability, which is defined by legislation as someone:
- who is unable to walk due to the permanent or temporary loss of use of one or both legs or other permanent medical or physical condition
- whose physical condition is detrimentally affected as a result of walking 100 metres, or
- who requires the use of crutches, a walking frame, callipers, scooter, wheelchair or other similar mobility aid.
You're also eligible for the MPS permit if you're permanently blind.
Things to keep in mind...
- When you apply for or renew an MPS permit, it will be posted to you. Your cards usually arrive within 10 working days.