Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Getting a Limited Work License in Pennsylvania

Getting your license suspended can put you in a very frustrating situation, especially if you have others depending on your driving, such as family members or co-workers. Imagine a 40-year old man who has to drive his 2 children to school every day, then drive to work and also give a co-worker a ride to and from work since they live on the same street. If he gets his driver license suspended, for whatever reason, for even six months, it can drastically affect his and his family and friend’s life during this time.

If you’re in this situation and you live in Pennsylvania, you should have nothing to worry about! can provide you with a Limited Work License, which allows drivers with suspended licenses to continue driving after filing and getting a petition approved. However, there are some exception as to what kind of misdemeanors are ineligible to apply for a Limited Work License and more details can can be found at

If your license has been suspended or revoked for a period of 5 or more years, you may be eligible to apply for a Probationary License, which some would consider to be a “second chance”. This type of Limited Work License is only issued once in a lifetime to an individual and it authorizes the licensee to drive a non-commercial vehicle between 6am and 7pm. For more details and eligibility requirements, please check out Probationary License in Pennsylvania.

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