District Resident Rental Car Parking Permit
The world of DC parking permits is complex and almost impossible to understand even for lifetime Washington, D.C. residents. We are well-versed in all of the rules governing parking permits and can help you determine what parking permit you need, what you need to get that parking permit, and how to renew it once it’s time.
Is This the Right Parking Permit for You?
The DC DMV issues temporary rental car parking permits to District residents that live in neighborhoods zoned for Residential Parking Permits. This permit is free of DMV charges and can be kept for up to 15 days. After those 15 days, you can renew the permit by submitting all of the same information.
This permit is right for you if:
- Your street is zoned for RPP
- You are temporarily using a rental car in place of a car with a valid RPP permit
- CAUTION: This may not apply to you if you are using the rental car in addition to a permitted car
If you need to get a District resident rental car parking permit, you will need to gather together the below documents to give to your USVRS representative to take to the DMV on your behalf:
- 2 photocopies of your DC driver’s license
- Proof of valid vehicle registration for the rental car
- A valid rental agreement that clearly lists:
- Your name
- The vehicle identification number (VIN)
- If you do not have insurance on the rental vehicle through the rental car company, you must provide proof of current DC insurance on another vehicle that is registered in the District
District Resident Rental Car Parking Permits Are Easy with USVRS
USVRS is built around one concept—that your time is much better spent anywhere but the Department of Motor Vehicles. We have mastered simplifying complex DMV processes and confusing instructions into a seamless process that we’ll handle from start to finish. Whether you need a reciprocity parking permit or DC title work, we will come to you and take care of your task with same-day service available. We specialize in helping our valued customers in Washington, D.C. including Georgetown, Dupont Circle, and Cleveland Park. If you need a D.C. Residential Rental Car Parking permit, just give us a call! We’d love to give you back your time.