Effective October 1st, 2017 Oregon enacted a law that limits the use of cell phones while driving except for emergencies or if you are using these features through a hands-free device.
What is allowed and not allowed with the new law?
✔ The use of wireless phone apps such as GPS or music apps with phone mounted or through a Bluetooth system
✔ Phone calls while driving with the exception of school zones, bus drivers and new drivers using a hands-free device
✔ Text messaging while legally parked or while using hands-free device
✘ Not Allowed
✘ Holding of a mobile electronic device in the person’s hand
✘ Reading, sending or replying to a text message while the vehicle is moving
✘ The use of wireless communication devices by bus drivers or new drivers
✘ Phone calls or text while in school zones
How We Can Help
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