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To apply for a hardship license in Pennsylvania, you must send the following items by mail to the Department of Transportation:
- Signed and completed Occupational Limited License Petition Form DL-15
- Copies of proof of insurance (including SR-22 if required)
- Check or money order for the OLL fee
For more information: Suspended License for Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania residents who are active-duty military members must go through the same process to receive a motorcycle driving license. To learn how to get a motorcycle license, visit a PennDOT license center with the Motorcycle Learner’s Permit Application (Form DL-5) and the $10 motorcycle endorsement fee.
For more information: How to Apply for a Motorcycle License in Pennsylvania
Yes, in addition to the county and state fees, you will be responsible for paying a late car registration renewal fee. This fee varies among counties, therefore, you are encouraged to contact your local drivers licensing office to learn about car registration renewal late fees.
For more information: How to Renew Your Vehicle Registration in Pennsylvania
In Pennsylvania, you can renew your driver’s license up to three months in advance. This is particularly helpful when you choose to renew drivers licenses online or by mail, as the waiting time is roughly four weeks. If you miss your expiration date for any reason, PennDOT does allow PA drivers to renew expired drivers licenses up to six months after the expiration for a late fee.
For more information: How to Renew a Driver’s License in Pennsylvania
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