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Old 05-09-2015, 11:54 AM   #29
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Proof of disability is presentation of the pass, period. You no longer are required to have a big D tattooed on your forehead. They may not ask what your disability is. If I am ever asked I tell them unresolved mental issues.
Mine is that I go into a uncontrollable rage and kill the person that asks too many questions.

Actually, I inform that under ADA federal law, they cannot ask what the disability is but I will show them my scars. That usually stops the questions.
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i am 59 but have a disability can i get one ? thanks
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The disability pass is for any age. Here are the particulars on what you have to do to obtain it. You can get it by mail or in person as some of the major national parks.

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9 more months and I can get my Senior National Parks Pass
Ditto here! Looking forward to it.
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If you have a disabled plate, placard yes. If it's visible they will ask often at the kiosks.
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Taking shoes off at airports, now that's funny. Pretty quick the ask me to sit down. I asked one guy if he wanted to test his wand, only one there he said sure. Picked up my low back stuff pretty easy, then the neck plate, then the pacemaker then the plate in my little finger with six screws. I told him if I am ever in a disaster my body or body parts will be the first to be identified. Everything has serial numbers.
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My wife got hers last year. So far we have been to 5 NP's and 4 NM's. We also camped for 1/2 price at Zion ($9) and a BLM campground ($7.50). Total savings in less than a year is $139.50.
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If you have a disabled plate, placard yes. If it's visible they will ask often at the kiosks.
That's how I got mine. Was at the gate to pay in the Rain Forest in WA and the Ranger saw my HC plates and did the paperwork for me. I didn't even know about the pass till then.
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I got my National Park, disability pass at 58. All I needed to show them was my Medicare card.
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Here's a pic of our $12/night site and the view we had. Other pic shows the hookups at the site.

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What's the name of the park/campground and where is it? We definitly want to make a stop there for a week or so!
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I use my "Old Man" pass as much as I can plus I love the setups at most of the COE parks at stay at.
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thanks for the help and info kustom
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MPH, the name of this COE campground is Methodist Cove, Harlan County Lake in Nebraska. It is near a small community in Nebraska named Alma. It is just across the Kansas-Nebr. state line. The site that we were in when I took this pic was #101, but many of their sites are as equal. As of matter of fact we camped there this weekend, first time for the season, and of course it rained, severe weather etc.
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