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Do disable veterans get to park at the IAH garage for free?
I parked at IAH for 3 1/2 weeks back in May. The attendant noticed my DV plates and asked if I was the veteran. I said yes, had to fill out a little info (name, phone number, address, and something else), and was on my way saving $440.
What lot do you park in to get the free parking for the DV
Which lot can you park for free with disabled vet tags?
I have TX Purple Heart plates as well as a letter from the VA certifying me as a disabled Vet.
Some years ago I parked free in the IAH parking garage for 3 weeks.
Can I still park in the garage for free? Any length of time limitations?
I just called and they said you can park in the eco lot for free with disabled vet tags
Just got back from an international trip for 6 weeks+. Drove to exit, told clerk plates were for 100% disabled veteran, had husband sign off on and drove off. Saved an appreciated $228.00. Thank you IAH for my husbands disability acknowledgement!!
Looking to see if all airport parking areas are still offering this to Military DV vehicles with plates. Has anyone flown recently that can give an update on current protocol? I did call USO and they have limited parking which is mostly for the volunteers that work there. Thanks in advance
Hi, I'm actually wondering the same thing before I drive into Houston early on Saturday. Did anyone answer this question, do disabled veterans with DV plates park free at IAH? I know they do at Hobby, DFW and Lovefield for sure.
I currently have Defense Meritorious Service Medal Plates on my car. Can I park free at IAH?
No, you have to have DV plates. The policy is for DV, not for receiving a high-level retirement award.
Not so sure about this answer. I went through the gate last year with a Navy Meritorious Service Medal (the pink one) and the attendant wouldn’t let me pay. She could have been wrong and I haven’t been back since.