Am I Eligible?

You qualify for a Disabled Persons Railcard if:

You

Please send in one of the following with your application

Photocopies and printed scans are acceptable - original documents will not be returned

Are registered as having a visual impairment Social Services official stamp in the space allocated on the application form
A copy of your Certificate of Visual Impairment (CVI), BP1 Certificate (Scotland) or BD8 Certificate for being registered blind or partially-sighted
Are registered as deaf or use a hearing aid Social Services official stamp in the space allocated on the application form
A copy of the front page of your NHS battery book or a copy of your dispensing prescription from a private hearing aid supplier
Have epilepsy and either:
  • have repeated attacks even though you receive drug treatment; or
  • are currently prohibited from driving because of your epilepsy
A copy of your Exemption Certificate for epilepsy medication and a photocopy of your prescription for drugs in line with the National Society for Epilepsy Society guidelines
A copy of your Exemption Certification for epilepsy medication and a photocopy of your letter from the DVLA telling you that you are unable to drive
Receive Attendance Allowance A copy of your award letter
Receive Personal Independence Payments A copy of your award letter
Receive Disability Living Allowance at either:
  • the higher rate or lower rate for getting around (mobility); or
  • the higher or middle rate for help with personal care
A copy of your award letter showing receipt of Disability Living Allowance in the past 12 months
Receive Severe Disablement Allowance A copy of your award letter
Receive War Pensioner's Mobility Supplement A copy of your award letter
Receive War or Service Disablement Pension for 80% or more disability A copy of your award letter
Are buying or leasing a vehicle through the Motability scheme A copy of the leasing or hire-purchase agreement, dated within the past 12 months

  

Other Railcards

If you do not qualify for a Disabled Persons Railcard, you may qualify for one of our other Railcards. These are:

 Senior Railcard (if you are 60 or over)

 16-25 Railcard (if you are aged 16 to 25 or in full time study)

 Family & Friends Railcard (for anyone travelling with one child or more)

 
 

What is a Disabled Persons Railcard?

Disabled Persons Railcard not for you? Visit www.railcard.co.uk for other Railcards