Safety Checks & Disabled Parking Permits
Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection Office Location And Office HoursThe County Of Maui Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection Office is located at the County of Maui Service Center, 110 Alaihi St. Suite 101, Kahului, HI 96732. Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. We are closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.
Motor Vehicle Safety InspectionVehicle safety inspections may be obtained at authorized service stations and vehicle repair shops. To locate an authorized provider near you, please call our Call Center at (808) 270-7363.
Safety inspection certificates for most privately owned vehicles are valid for one year, with the exception of certain commercial vehicles.
The following documents must be presented to the safety check inspector:
- Vehicle registration
- Valid Hawaii Insurance identification cards
Disabled Parking PermitsDisabled parking permits for permanently or temporarily disabled persons.
Applications for permanent or temporary disabled parking permits are available at all County of Maui driver's licensing offices.
Completed applications must be submitted in person to the disabled parking permit office located at:
County of Maui Service Center,
110 Alaihi St. Suite 101
Kahului, HI 96732
You will be required to provide proper identification.
To renew your permanent disabled parking permit, an application must be submitted indicating any changes in personal information. The physician's portion of the renewal application needs to be completed by a physician again. Your expired parking placard and identification card must be surrendered at time of renewal.
To renew your temporary disabled parking permit, a fully completed application must be submitted. Your expired parking placard and identification card must be surrendered at time of renewal.
For Our Disabled Visitors:Disabled parking permits issued by other states are honored in the state of Hawaii.
For additional information you may contact the Disability and Communications Access Board visit the Disability and Communication Access Board (DCAB).
For additional information and an application form for a Disabled Parking Placard view the Information and Parking Placard form.