House Bill 4574 as enacted

Public Act 179 of 2018

Sponsor:  Rep. Daire Rendon

House Committee:  Transportation and Infrastructure

Senate Committee:  Transportation

Complete to 7-18-18


Currently under the Michigan Vehicle Code, a windshield placard issued to a disabled person must bear the first letter and the last 3 digits of his or her driver's or chauffeur's license number or the first letter and last 4 digits of the number of his or her official state personal identification card.

House Bill 4574 amends the Code to revise the windshield placard identification requirements for a disabled person with a state personal identification card to mirror those for a placard for someone with a driver's or chauffeur's license, to include the first letter and last 3 digits of the number (instead of the last 4 digits).

The bill also prohibits the Secretary of State from issuing a permanent placard to an individual unless that individual has provided proof of Michigan residency.

The bill takes effect 90 days after being enacted into law.

MCL 257.675


The bill would have no fiscal impact on the state or local units of government.

                                                                                        Legislative Analyst:   E. Best

                                                                                                Fiscal Analyst:   Michael Cnossen

This analysis was prepared by nonpartisan House Fiscal Agency staff for use by House members in their deliberations, and does not constitute an official statement of legislative intent.