I believe this is a unique case as I have not found any blog post pertaining to this situation. I also contacted http://www.licenserestoration.com and they said they werent sure what to do. I lost my license due to a second d.u.i. (Interesting story in itself, please ask if your interested). The license suspension was for one year. I surrendered my license to the court on June 11th 2012. Shortly thereafter I received the restoration requirements letter stating the dates of suspension and restoration for both my personal and commercial drivers license. On may 6th, 2013, I called penndot to ask about the final restoration letter as I had completed all requirements set forth by the court and paid all said fees/fines. I was informed that I had no credit toward the suspension because I did not surrender a motorcycle permit I had obtained almost a year before. I had gotten the permit on a whim because I drove a coworker to penndot for a cdl test and had nothing else to do. I never bought a motorcycle and completely forgot about the permit. The permit itself expired on July 6th 2012, less than a month after I thought my suspension went into effect. After talking with a penndot employee, I was advised to send in a form stating that my motorcycle license is expired, then my suspension credit can begin. (Which would mean an additional year of suspension). She also advised that I send a letter requesting back credit be given. I have written the letter and completed the paperwork. Can anyone give me advice on this situation. I am getting married on June 29th 2013. We planned for that date because I would have my license back. I understand it was my fault for not surrendering my permit, but would like to have credit from the time it expired. Thank you very much.