In Oregon, drivers under 18 years of age are subject to certain restrictions. Before obtaining a full, unrestricted driver’s license, Oregon requires teen drivers to hold an instruction or learner’s permit and then a provisional license for a period of time.
Oregon’s distracted driving law generally bans all text messaging and other mobile electronic device use while driving. Here’s an overview of what the law prohibits and the penalties you’ll face for a violation.
Oregon has two types of speeding laws: a “basic speeding law” and “absolute limits.” Learn about the differences between these two speed limits and the penalties you'll face if you get an Oregon speeding ticket.
Running a stop sign or red light is one of the most common moving violations (especially popular when police officers must meet their ticket quotas for the month). Here are the basics on the enforcement, defenses and penalties for this offense in Oregon.
Oregon law prohibits driving without a valid license, whether the driver had a suspended, revoked, or was never issued a license. Here are the different types of unlicensed driving offenses and the fines and other penalties you'll face if convicted.