CV-ODL-100 Petition for Occupational Driver’s License (Rev. 01-2020)
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VI. Petitioner’s Request to the Court
16. I ask the Court to order the Texas Department of Public Safety to issue me an
Occupational Driver’s License to drive for the purposes described above.
I further ask this Court to order the Texas Department of Public Safety to administer any
and all tests required for the issuance of said Occupational License.
Petitioner’s name (print)
Petitioner’s signature Date
Unsworn Declaration Made Under Penalty of Perjury
As allowed by Section 132.001 of the Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code, I am filing this Unsworn
Declaration in support of the Petition for Occupational Driver’s License in place of a Verified Petition.*
My current legal name is:
First Middle Last
My date of birth is: ______/_______/________.
Month Day Year
My address is:
Street Address City State Zip Code Country
I declare under penalty of perjury that all information in this Petition is true and correct. I
understand I could be prosecuted for lying on this form.
Formally signed in _____________________________________County, _________________
on this date: _______/______/_______.
Month Day Year
Signature of Person Asking for
Occupational Driver’s License
*Pursuant to Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code Section 132.001, an unsworn declaration may be used in lieu of a written
sworn declaration, verification, certification, oath, or affidavit required by statute or required by a rule, order, or requirement adopted
as provided by law. This provision does not apply to an oath of office or an oath required to be taken before a specified official other
than a notary public. An unsworn declaration made under this section must be 1) in writing, 2) signed by the person making the
declaration as true under penalty of perjury and 3) in substantially the form used above.
See below for a list of documents to attach to this Petition:
A certified abstract (Type AR) of your driver’s license record.
An SR22 from your insurance company providing proof of current valid auto liability insurance.
Proof of need to drive: Examples of proof: A letter from your employer or immediate supervisor on your employer’s letterhead
that verifies your work schedule, a current pay stub, school registration with schedule, or your sworn affidavit explaining to the
court why you need to drive unless your license is suspended solely based on an intoxication offense under Penal Code 49.04
– 49.08 and any vehicle you own or operate must be equipped with an interlock device.