Oh really? Here are the pages for both the information for California and for the form itself:unjonharley wrote:Along with the placard is #id card that matches the placard #. That's how it reads to me.
http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/brochures/fa ... ffvr07.htm
Please note that neither discusses the issuance of *ANY* type id "ID card" as you describe and further please notice that on the form itself even the driver's license number is *NOT* required. Pretty freakin' hard to put it on the placard when it isn't required information on the application.
California (a good example since you brought it up) does not require any type of ID card whatsoever in order to get a handicapped parking placard, as a matter of fact they will issue disabled parking placards to non-residents on request. All you need is a doctor's certification. No drivers' license, ID card, or any other form of identification is required, nor is any identifying information (other than a serial number which is tracked internally by the california department of motor vehices) required on the placard itself. As a Nevada resident I can be issued a California parking placard even if I have no driver's license or state issued ID card at all. Nor will California issue one to me in connection with my request as I would still not be a California resident.
Heck, it would be impossible for them to issue an ID card automatically as you claim. Look at the "How do I get a placard" section:
If all I have done is filled out the form and had a doctor sign the certification, where will they get the information, picture, etc. to generate an ID card? More importantly, notice that California requires a social security number to issue an ID card:How Do I Get a Permanent Placard?
You must complete and sign an Application for Disabled Person Placard or Plates (REG 195) and have your doctor sign the disability certification. Mail the application to the address on the form. You will receive your parking placard approximately 2 weeks after the completed form and fees are submitted. You do not have to own or drive the vehicle to use your placard.
But also note that the form to request a disbaled placard does not even have a space for your SSN.
Admit it unjonharley, you want to help with the abuse of handicapped placards at the event and had an idea for it, unfortunately the rest of the world didn't fit with your plan and made it unusable. There is no way to match positively match handicapped parking placards to individuals on the playa. We know, we've worked on it already.
Ideas are good and it's a shame yours won't work, but it's getting pretty pathetic that you keep insisting that your idea will work no matter how much concrete evidence to the contrary you have to ignore along the way. Give it up and move on to other ideas.