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Drivers who fail to provide proper car insurance may result in a suspension of their license.
In the state of Oregon, penalties for driving without car insurance range from suspension of driving privileges, fines and getting your vehicle towed. You are responsible for paying towing and storage fees if your car is towed. If you are caught driving uninsured and are involved in an accident, your driving privileges will be suspended for one year.
According to the Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon car insurance laws require that all drivers present proof of liability insurance when they register their vehicle. Oregon vehicle owners with cars registered in their name must be able to certify that they have insurance and that it meets state minimum requirements for:
Oregon DUI laws state that drivers with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08 or more are considered to be driving under the influence. Oregon DUI laws also prohibit driving under the influence of controlled substances such as marijuana, cocaine or inhalants. If you are pulled over for drunk driving in Oregon and refuse to take a chemical test, you will be subject to a fine of $500-$1,000 and automatic license suspension for a first offense. You could also receive a minimum of two days in jail. Additional penalties for a first offense DUI in Oregon are:
For more information on Oregon DUI/DWI laws and penalties, visit the state’s page.
On January 1, 2010, Oregon enacted a cell phone driving law. The law prohibits drivers from talking or texting on hand-held mobile communication devices. It is a class D traffic violation and a primary offense, meaning an officer can pull you over and ticket you for using a cell phone without any other traffic violation taking place. The minimum fine is $110.
Oregon SR-22 insurance documents are required for drivers who have been convicted of driving without auto insurance. You may need to file an SR-22 form for 3 years with the DMV, showing proof of financial responsibility. This filing is usually required after the suspension of your driving privileges has been lifted.
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