Q: When can I drive on a restricted license?

A: A restricted license allows the proper holder to drive to and from work, to and from school, to and from doctor appointments, to take their child to day care or for a doctor’s visit, and to exercise a child visitation. There are some very limited occasions when a restricted license holder may drive during work. Most importantly, any stop along the way can be considered a detour from the permissible activities, which could be punishable with a new traffic offense. You should seek the advice of good local counsel for more information about the restricted license.