Restore Your Suspended PA License
At License Restoration Services, our mission is to provide professional assistance in all matters related to Pennsylvania license suspension and problems with your Pennsylvania drivers license. This could include driver license suspension, traffic accident judgments, (OLL) Occupational Limited License application, and traffic tickets. In addition, we will make every effort to have your suspended driver’s license restored or replaced with a work license (OLL) or limited license. If you would like us to help with your license suspension, please follow the link to our Online Forms page and send them to us right away or call 610-355-9600 for friendly and fast answers to your suspended license questions.
We specialize in working throughout Pennsylvania in correcting issues with your suspended license with PennDOT. This can include making you able to get a limited work license (sometimes called OLL, bread n’ butter license, or occupational license) a probationary license (another type of restricted license), or with full restoration of your Pennsylvania drivers license. License Restoration Services Inc. has been very successful at getting suspended drivers back on the road again.
If you have a license suspension resulting from a Pennsylvania issue you should contact our family at License Restoration Services for more information. Even if you do not know your driver’s license number, or why your license is suspended, we can help!
No matter what you have been told in the past, give us a call to find out if you qualify. Get a license for work, school, or doctor visits.
Does your drivers license suspension end date change every time you check with PennDOT? You might not be getting credit for your suspension time.
Find out recent news and information. Updated regularly and filled with good information about PA license suspension issues, laws, and insights.
September 9th, 2014
The news has been buzzing about how Philadelphia has passed legislation to legalize small amounts of marijuana by drastically reducing the criminal penalty, eliminating jail time, and setting fines to start around $25. It is now expected that Mayor Nutter will sign the bill shortly. As stated in the Philly.com article by Chris Hepp, Inquirer Staff Writer Ramsey said Monday that he has been assured by the city's law department that the city has the ability to enact its own statute treating possession [Read more...]
August 21st, 2014
Due to delay issues caused by the York County Court system there may be relief on the horizon for anyone convicted of minor drug charges. From the York Dispatch: York County Clerk of Courts Don O'Shell said he was called recently by state Rep. Stan Saylor, R-Windsor Township, who is majority whip. Saylor said he was looking into introducing legislation that would allow the affected defendants to obtain what's known as a "bread and butter" license, which would allow them to drive to [Read more...]