Get Back On The Road With An Occupational Limited License
There are numerous reasons a Pennsylvania driver may temporarily lose their license. And while the state reserves the right to suspend licenses punitively, it also recognizes that doing so can impose undue hardship in certain circumstances.
If your license has been suspended but you still need to drive for work, school or medical treatment, you may be eligible to apply for an Occupational Limited License OLL. This is a noncommercial driver’s license tied to a specific vehicle being used for specific purposes.
Are You Eligible For An OLL?
The conditions for obtaining an OLL are quite detailed. But generally speaking, you only qualify if your license has been suspended (as opposed to revoked/canceled/disqualified). You can generally apply if your suspension was due to motor vehicle violations, you have resolved those violations, and your restoration requirements have been met.
You do not qualify for an OLL if your license was suspended due to drunk/drugged driving or refusing a chemical test. In such cases, you may be able apply for an Ignition Interlock Limited License, which requires the installation of specialized equipment in your vehicle.
How Our Firm Can Help
At Steven L. Breit, Attorney at Law, we regularly help drivers resolve traffic tickets and other motor vehicle violations. As part of this process, we can assess your options for an OLL and help you apply. Our goal is to minimize the impact of violations on your life and help you get back to normal as soon as possible.
Learn More In An Initial Consultation
If you have questions about OLL eligibility or any other traffic or criminal matter, it is a good idea to speak to an experienced lawyer for case-specific advice and analysis. Steven L. Breit, Attorney at Law, is based in Lancaster and serves clients throughout Central Pennsylvania. To arrange a consultation, send us an email or call 717-553-0494.