If you are a resident of British Columbia and have a permanent disability, reduced fares are available (this applies to passenger fares only).
To receive them, you must present your BC Ferries Disabled Status Identification (DSI) card.
Please call BC Ferries for details or you can download the Information for Passengers with Special Needs Brochure (application included).
Passengers requiring the use of an "overheight" vehicle equipped with a mechanical wheelchair lift or ramp may travel for the same cost as an "underheight" vehicle (or car) with or without a DSI card. Please inform the ticket agent of your vehicle’s special status.
An escort (one only) traveling with a person with a disability is eligible for the disabled rate. The escort must be traveling in the same vehicle as the person with a disability. Escorts accompanying seniors with a disability traveling on a senior’s free day must pay full fare.Social tagging: over-height vehicle > Services for People with a Physical Disability > Services for People with an Aquired Brain Injury > Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities > transportation > Travel