Probationary License | Occupational Limited License (OLL) | Bread and Butter License
If your drivers' license is suspended and you need to be restored, you may be eligible for a PA Hardship License. The PA Hardship License used to be known as a "bread and butter" license but now it really exists in only two forms. When you are suspended, there are two types of licenses you and your attorney may apply for:
- The Occupational Limited License, or "OLL" - This is a license for those that have been convicted of DUI. A person is eligible for an OLL after they have served a specific term of their DUI suspension. If Penndot approves the client's application for their OLL they will be able to drive to and from work, school, and for specific medical purposes.
- The Probationary License - This is a license for a person that is facing multiple PennDot term suspensions. The person is eligible for a Probationary License after they have served a portion of their suspension. This is the license the client is looking for when they receive their PennDot driving record and see that they have years of suspension left and they need immediate relief.
I have worked for 20 years helping clients in all Pennsylvania counties obtain PA Hardship Licenses. Never
assume that you are not eligible. Please contact me for a free consultation at (610) 239-8870 if you wish to determine your eligibility to receive an Occupational Limited License or Probationary License. I handle probationary license issues throughout all of Southeastern Pennsylvania including the counties of Montgomery, Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, and Philadelphia. Please contact my office at (610) 239-8870 for a free consultation.