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Provisional Driver License

The State of Oklahoma offers the Provisional Driver License Program (PDLP), where individuals who have served their period of suspension or revocation and have done all that is necessary to reinstate, but have not paid the required statutory fees necessary for the reinstatement of driving privileges, have the opportunity to drive in a limited capacity.


The PDLP provides opportunities to drive in a limited capacity to and from locations specifically listed below:

  • Driver's place of residence and place of employment or potential employment, during the scope and course of his/her employment
  • Driver's place of residence and a college, university or technology center
  • Driver's place of residence and his/her child's school or day care provider
  • Driver's place of residence and a place of worship
  • Driver's place of residence and a court-ordered treatment program


Time requirements are also established during your appointment with a Hearing Officer.


To apply for this program, you must meet the following requirements:

Full driving privileges

Be otherwise eligible for reinstatement of full driving privileges

Current liability insurance

Have current auto liability insurance in his/her name


How to Apply

To apply for the PDLP you will:

Prepare the following documents:

  • Primary ID - You can find the list of acceptable proofs of identification documents here.

Meet reinstatement requirements

Ensure that you have served the required time suspension for your reinstatement


Applicants must pay the one-time $25.00 enrollment fee, plus the first minimum monthly payment of $5.00 in person by money order at the time of application. After the initial fee, there is a minimum $5.00 monthly payment that goes towards paying down your outstanding fees.

Schedule an appointment

Schedule an appointment with a Driver Compliance Hearing Officer.

Obtain a new Driver License

A Provisional Driver License is issued upon approval.


If your Driver License is expired over 3 years, you may be eligible to retest for the drive, written, and vision tests.