A limited driving privilege (LDP) may be offered to people convicted of certain DWI offenses for the purposes of work, education, medical care, or community service, as may be deemed appropriate by the court. It's a recourse for people who rely on their personal vehicles for their livelihood or schooling, provided they comply with the restrictions mandated by state statute.
An LDP requires the driver to stick to a route and schedule while under LDP status. It doesn't have to be a single route, but the LDP will cover a specific zone or multiple routes. The driver can present his planned itinerary before the judge. If unable to do so, the court may decide for him or her.