If you are convicted of driving uninsured, you must file proof of financial responsibility for the next

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  • 4 years.
  • 3 years.
  • 5 years.

Explanation

In Oregon, driving uninsured is a Class B traffic violation. If you are convicted, you may be fined up to $1,000 and your license will be suspended until you start to file proof of financial responsibility for the next three years. The usual way to do this is to obtain a vehicle liability insurance policy. However, a conviction for uninsured driving establishes you as a high-risk driver. You will need to obtain SR-22 coverage (for which the premiums are likely to be higher) and file an SR-22 form with the DMV each year. , ,

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