As long as the service conditions are met, you can apply for a parking card for people with reduced mobility via Traficom’s e-Services or alternatively at an Ajovarma service point.
A new parking card and the renewal of a previous permit are subject to an application fee of EUR 22. The issuing of a replacement parking card (duplicate) due to a name change or to replace a lost, stolen or destroyed parking card is subject to an application fee of EUR 16.
You do not need to submit an application in person. Instead, you can have another person submit it on your behalf with a power of attorney. If you are applying for a parking card for a child in your custody, you do not need a power of attorney. The parking card is issued based on a medical report or a previous permit/parking card issued on the basis of a permanent disability.
You do not need to submit a medical report when applying for a parking card to replace a lost, stolen or destroyed card. The details of the previous permit/parking card will be checked from the register before the issuing of the parking card.
When applying for a parking card at Ajovarma, you do not need to submit your application in person. However, the application fee must be paid when the application is submitted, due to which the application cannot be submitted by post.
When applying for a parking card, you can also apply for exemption from the basic component of vehicle tax. When doing so, please provide, either in the application or the online service, the taxpayer’s personal identity code and the registration number of the vehicle for which the exemption is being sought. You can apply for the exemption at the same time as applying for a new parking card for people with reduced mobility or renewing your parking card or permit, but not when applying for a duplicate to replace a lost permit, for example. The validity period of the exemption is linked to that of the parking card. The exemption can be granted for only one vehicle.