A: In Pennsylvania, in order to determine your eligibility for an Occupational Limited License (OLL), you must apply for one by completing an Occupational Limited License Petition, or a Form DL-15. In order to have continuous driving privileges, you must send your completed OLL Petition, check or money order, and proof of insurance by certified mail to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) at least 20 days before your suspension begins. Within 20 days of receiving your petition, the department will inform you in writing whether or not you qualify for an OLL. If your petition is not received and approved before your suspension starts, you must return your current driver's license to PennDOT and pay a restoration fee before an OLL will be issued. If you would like more information about an Occupational Limited License or want to obtain an OLL Petition, please call our office at (814) 835-0400. If you provide your full name and mailing address, we will mail you this important documentation today. If you want answers to questions about your unique facts and circumstances, call toll free for a no obligation office consultation with a Pennsylvania DUI lawyer at 1-(888)-748-9909.