A: In Pennsylvania an Occupational Limited License (OLL) is a driver's license issued to a motorist whose Pennsylvania driving privileges have been or will be suspended. An OLL authorizes a motorist to drive a designated motor vehicle, under certain and limited conditions, when it is necessary for the driver's occupation, work, trade, medical treatment or study. Not everyone qualifies for an OLL and certain offenses or particular driving histories preclude the issuance of an OLL. Depending upon your driving history and violations, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will evaluate whether or not you are eligible for an OLL after you apply for one by completing an Occupational Limited License Petition (sometimes called a Form DL-15). If you want answers to questions about your unique facts and circumstances, call toll free for a no obligation office consultation with an Erie Pennsylvania DUI lawyer at 1-(888)-748-9909.