PennDOT’s policy states:
“Three (3) points are removed from a driving record for every 12 consecutive months a person drives (from the date of the last violation) without a violation which results in points, license suspension or revocation. Once a driving record is reduced to zero and remains at zero points for 12 consecutive months, any further accumulation of points is treated as the first accumulation of points.”
If you have points on your driving record this can result in increased insurance premiums, a harder time getting a job, and even license suspension. Points in Pennsylvania should not be taken lightly, and every effort should be made to avoid getting and keeping points on your driver’s license. We can help have points removed and remove the burden of those nasty little points from your record. Even with three points being removed each year, this may not happen fast enough to keep your record clear if you spend a lot of time behind the wheel. If your driving privilege in Pennsylvania is suspended for point accumulations, we can almost certainly make you eligible for an Occupational Limited License. The OLL (sometimes called a Bread and Butter License or Work License) is a restricted license that allows you to drive while under suspension but restricts you to hours of the day, days of the week, and geographical areas where you work, go to school, or attend medical appointments.The DL-15 can be completed for you and we can make the process much easier so you know you will not be rejected for the work license because of improperly completing the DL-15. Contact us for more information and we will be happy to talk to you about the details! For more information on the PA Work License, Click Here. We were called by gentleman who drives a truck for a local bread company. He did not have a bad driving record, but he was stopped a few times for simple moving violations over the last 5 years. His employer explained to him that because of the points on his record the companies insurance carrier will either require a much higher premium or let this employee go. When he contacted us he was going to lose his job if he was not able to remove most of the points from his record. After our investigation we came up with a game plan and put it into effect and over the next few months had almost all of the points removed from his record. We provided the employer with the information and saved this gentleman his job. How many points do I have? If you do not know how many points you have right now, you need to contact the PennDOT call center. They are the only one who can accurately give you the point total on your record. License and point questions. Most Pennsylvania resident that are suspended for point accumulations will be eligible for application and the securing of an OLL.