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    OLL – Work License – Bread & Butter – Fact Sheet

    OLL - Work License - Bread & Butter - Fact Sheet

    Find out more about the Occupational Limited Work License The updated PennDOT Fact Sheet outlining eligibility for the Limited Work License is linked from the bottom of this page. This fact sheet will answer questions and help determine if you will qualify for a license to work during your license suspension. It can help clear up common questions about getting a work license like; Will a second DUI disqualify me from a work license? Can I get a license to work for a drug charge suspension? Can I get the Bread and Butter License to work so I can pay my fines? The application for [Read more...]

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    Suspension Snowball

    Suspension Snowball

    The "Suspension Snowball" What if a construction worker were to have their hammer and screwdriver taken by the government because of a minor debt? Or an electrician who owes money had to turn in his multimeter as a penalty. These just seem idiotic, yet every day our state governments revoke the ability of thousands of residents to earn a living by suspending the driving privilege of these workers. This leads to falling deeper in debt and facing a list of increasing suspensions. This is the License Suspension Snowball! There has been a lot of recent conversation in my office regarding what I call [Read more...]

    Recent T.V. News Story

    Recent T.V. News Story

      WGAL the NBC affiliate in South-Central Pennsylvania including Lancaster County, Chester County, Dauphin County, and York County. Brian asks a number of questions and we discuss the true hardship of the loss of a license, especially for those losing their license for non driving violations. WGAL NEWS STORY [Read more...]

    Court Caused Suspension Delay – Relief Proposed

    Court Caused Suspension Delay - Relief Proposed

    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 and from work, according to O'Shell. He said he thinks that would be in the interests of justice.

    I don't believe [Read more...]

  • Helping Drivers

    OLL – Work License – Bread & Butter – Fact Sheet

    OLL - Work License - Bread & Butter - Fact Sheet

    Find out more about the Occupational Limited Work License The updated PennDOT Fact Sheet outlining eligibility for the Limited Work License is linked from the bottom of this page. This fact sheet will answer questions and help determine if you will qualify for a license to work during your license suspension. It can help clear up common questions about getting a work license like; Will a second DUI disqualify me from a work license? Can I get a license to work for a drug charge suspension? Can I get the Bread and Butter License to work so I can pay my fines? The application for [Read more...]

    Recent T.V. News Story

    Recent T.V. News Story

      WGAL the NBC affiliate in South-Central Pennsylvania including Lancaster County, Chester County, Dauphin County, and York County. Brian asks a number of questions and we discuss the true hardship of the loss of a license, especially for those losing their license for non driving violations. WGAL NEWS STORY [Read more...]

    PennDOT Restoration Fee Increased In 2015

    PennDOT Restoration Fee Increased In 2015

    Starting January 1st 2015 the restoration fees being charged by PennDOT have gone up. What used to be $25 and $50 restoration fee are now $70 & $88 depending on what caused the license suspension.   § 1960.  Reinstatement of operating privilege or vehicle registration. The department shall charge a fee of $70 or, if section 1379 (relating to suspension of registration upon sixth unpaid parking violation in cities of the first class) or 1786(d) (relating to required financial responsibility) applies, a fee of $88 to restore a person's operating privilege or the registration of a vehicle following a suspension or revocation. The fees [Read more...]

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