You need your Pennsylvania driver’s license to drive legally to go to work to earn a living for you and your family. Without a driver’s license your bills will mount and you may lose your house, your car and more. With an “Occupational Limited License,” sometimes known as a “Work License” or “Bread and Butter License,” PennDOT allows a person whose Pennsylvania driver’s license has been suspended to drive when necessary for their occupation, work, trade, medical treatment or school. Call the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or contact us if you would like to discuss pursuing an Occupational Limited License.
Pennsylvania Driver’s License Suspension in Chester, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Lancaster, Berks and Bucks County
You may qualify for an Occupational Limited License for certain offenses. An example of qualifying offenses are: first and second time DUI offenders, first time underage drinking offenses, refusal to submit to chemical testing, CDL disqualifications (for a non-commercial driver’s license only), and driving under suspension if the suspension was the result of an unpaid citation, unpaid judgment, failure to attend a Departmental Hearing and failure to undergo a Special Point Examination.
OLL and Pennsylvania Driver’s License Suspension
You are not eligible for an Occupational Limited License if your driving privilege has been revoked, disqualified, cancelled or recalled. Also, PennDOT will recall your Occupational Limited License if while driving on your Occupational Limited License you are convicted of an offense for which the penalty is a cancellation, disqualification, recall, suspension or revocation. You can obtain an Occupational Limited License once every 5 years.
You should talk to a lawyer if you would like to obtain an Occupational Limited License. For a free initial consultation for an Occupational Limited License, please call the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or contact us. As your license suspension lawyer, we will provide experienced and aggressive representation you can trust. Your license suspension case is important, and it will receive the personal attention it deserves.