My attorney told me the limited permit applied to driving my work vehicle during my regular work hours. I pled guilty with this knowledge but now I'm getting conflicting info. I don't want to lose my job if I was given wrong information.
To clarify my issue a bit more, the work vehicle I was speaking of is not my vehicle but is owned and insured by my employer. Does this make a difference?
Criminal Defense Attorney
As always, Mr. Hawkins is correct. As long as you are driving for work (not headed to the grocery store or running errands before or after work or on lunch hour) but actually travelling between work and home or for work purposes, then you should be ok. Try to always have some sort of documentation showing where you are headed and why if at all possible.
DUI / DWI Attorney
To add to the above correct answers, you are also allowed to travel for medical reasons, to school and to court-ordered meetings, such as DUI school or AA. You are also able to take your children to school and / or medical care.