If you are suffering from a license suspension because of DWI, drug charge or traffic tickets, you may be eligible for a restricted license called an Occupational Driver’s License or ODL. An occupational driver’s license is a special restricted license issued to persons whose license has been suspended or revoked for certain offenses. This type of license will allow you to drive to and from work, school, medical appointments as well as to perform essential household duties. However, occupational driver’s licenses are not automatically granted.

Under Texas law, an Occupational Driver’s License will only be issued for a four (4) hour period and may have other restrictions depending on the nature of your offense. With the assistance of Dallas Occupational Driver’s License Lawyers London & London, we can negotiate for broader privileges than what is normally permitted.


The first step in obtaining your ODL is to get the help of an experience Dallas Occupational Driver’s License Lawyer to see if you are eligible. A judge will hear the case and then will decide to grant or deny the petition. Once your petition is granted, you must file the petition along with insurance and payment of fees to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). The order granting your petition is not your occupational license. You may use your court order as a license for thirty (30) days from the date of the judge’s signature while DPS processes your occupational license.

Here at London & London we have assisted many clients in obtaining their Occupational Driver’s License. We offered flat fees can help you obtain your Dallas County ODL for only $550.

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