Government, Oregon, Transportation

Grace period for expired tags, driver’s licenses extended for some

Photo courtesy of ODOT

A grace period for some Oregon residents with expiring vehicle registration, permit or driver’s licenses has been extended to three months after expiry, but only for those documents expiring between Nov. 1 2020 and April 30, 2021. 

Those that fall into that category will not be cited by law enforcement for an expired license or tags, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation. 

The agreement between ODOT, the Oregon State Police, the Oregon State Sheriffs’ Association and the Oregon Association Chiefs of Police does not apply to items that have expired before Nov. 1, and is not an outright ban on citing drivers that fall within the parameters, but is rather a . . .

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