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GUIDE TO OREGON

DRIVING RECORDS

&

STANDARD CONVICTION

ABBREVIATION MANUAL

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Oregon Department of Transportation

Driver & Motor Vehicle Services

1905 Lana Avenue, NE

Salem, Oregon 97314

For questions regarding the interpretation of a driving record, you may call:

Salem Metro Area .......(503) 945-5000

Portland Metro Area ....(503) 299-9999

Bend ............................(541) 388-6322

Medford .......................(541) 776-6025

Roseburg.....................(541) 440-3395

Eugene ........................(541) 686-7855


Statewide Relay ..........7-1-1 (hearing impaired)

or you may call your local DMV office.

www.OregonDMV.com

If you have questions or suggestions regarding this publication, call DMV at

(503) 945-5090, or write to DMV Driver Programs at the address above.


Table of Contents

Click on the topic or page number you wish to review.

INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................................................1

RECORD TYPES...........................................................................................................................1

FIXED ENTRIES ............................................................................................................................1

VARIABLE ENTRIES .....................................................................................................................1

DRIVING RECORD EXAMPLES.......................................................................................................2

CERTIFIED COURT PRINT DRIVING RECORD...........................................................................2

NONEMPLOYMENT DRIVING RECORD......................................................................................3

NONEMPLOYMENT OPEN-ENDED DRIVING RECORD.............................................................4

EMPLOYMENT DRIVING RECORD..............................................................................................5

DRIVER INFORMATION DEFINITIONS ...........................................................................................6

LICENSE CLASSES .........................................................................................................................8

INSTRUCTION PERMIT CLASSES..................................................................................................8

ISSUANCE (VARIABLE) ENTRIES ..................................................................................................8

INSTRUCTION PERMITS..............................................................................................................9

TEMPORARY PERMITS ...............................................................................................................9

MOTORCYCLE AND FARM ENDORSEMENTS ...........................................................................9

PROVISIONAL LICENSE ............................................................................................................10

REPLACEMENT LICENSES, PERMITS, ID CARDS, AND CHANGE OF ADDRESS .................10

REISSUED LICENSES, PERMITS, OR IDENTIFICATION CARDS ............................................10

COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE (CDL) ENTRIES......................................................................11

CDL ISSUANCE ENTRY..............................................................................................................11

STATE OF RECORD ...................................................................................................................11

RESTORE CDL ENTRY...............................................................................................................12

SECURITY CHECK SEGMENT...................................................................................................12

ACCIDENTS ....................................................................................................................................13

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.......................................................................................................14

DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ENTRIES ...........................................................................15

LICENSE RESTRICTIONS (STEP 1)............................................................................................15

DRIVER IMPROVEMENT SUSPENSIONS (STEP 2) ...................................................................15

DRIVER IMPROVEMENT COURSE ENTRIES ...........................................................................15

HABITUAL OFFENDER PROGRAM ..............................................................................................16

PROBATIONARY PERMITS........................................................................................................16

HARDSHIP PERMITS .....................................................................................................................16

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MISCELLANEOUS ENTRIES .........................................................................................................17

IDENTIFICATION CARDS ...........................................................................................................17

COURT LIMITED LICENSE .........................................................................................................17

DISABLED PERMITS ..................................................................................................................17

DRIVER LESSONS ENTRY.........................................................................................................18

LETTERS.....................................................................................................................................18

RETURNED ENTRIES.................................................................................................................19

CDL MEDICAL CERTIFICATION.................................................................................................19

CONVICTIONS ................................................................................................................................22

MISCELLANEOUS ENTRIES RELATED TO DUII CONVICTIONS ...............................................24

DIVERSION AGREEMENT..........................................................................................................24

IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE..................................................................................................24

SUSPENSION, REVOCATION, AND CANCELLATION ................................................................26

OREGON ACTIONS DISPLAY (THREE EXAMPLES PROVIDED) .....................................................26

DOCKETS....................................................................................................................................28

EXTENSION CODES...................................................................................................................29

TABLES...........................................................................................................................................31

SUSPENSION, REVOCATION, AND CANCELLATION TYPES....................................................31

STANDARD CONVICTION ABBREVIATIONS TABLE..................................................................49

COLUMN 1 – LITERAL ................................................................................................................49

COLUMN 2 – CITE.......................................................................................................................49

COLUMN 3 – CLASSIFICATION .................................................................................................49

COLUMN 4 – TEXT......................................................................................................................49

COURT AND STATE ABBREVIATIONS........................................................................................65

COURT ABBREVIATIONS .................................................................................................................65

INDEX TO GUIDE TO OREGON DRIVING RECORDS..................................................................69

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INTRODUCTION

This publication is intended to help you understand and interpret entries on the driving

records available from Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services (DMV).

RECORD TYPES

There are four types of driving records available: Certified court prints; nonemployment

driving records; nonemployment, open-ended driving records; and employment driving

records.





The certified court print driving record includes most traffic violations and accident

entries for at least the previous five years. Serious criminal traffic offenses, such as

driving under the influence of intoxicants, may remain on the record permanently.

The nonemployment driving record has entries for at least the previous three

years. This record lists all nonemployment-related accidents, convictions,

suspensions, cancellations, revocations, and diversion agreements.

The nonemployment, open-ended driving record contains the same information as

a nonemployment driving record but is not limited to three years and is available only

for the purpose of providing insurance discount to an individual.

The employment driving record is a three-year record that is limited to convictions

and accidents the driver had while on the job.

For each record type there are two versions of the record available: (1) a version

containing the driver’s personal information and (2) a version that has the driver’s personal

information removed (sanitized). Personal information is removed from a record if a

requestor does not qualify to receive it under Oregon’s Record Privacy Law

(ORS 802.175-802.191) or does not have a written, notarized permission slip from the

individual whose information is requested.

Personal information is: driver license, driver permit or identification number; name;

address; and telephone number.

Under Oregon’s Record Privacy Law, only certain qualified entities are allowed to receive

personal information. These include such entities as attorneys, legitimate businesses,

insurance companies, police agencies, and other government agencies. See the Records,

Privacy & Account Holders section on the DMV website (www.oregondmv.com) for

additional information.

FIXED ENTRIES

Fixed entries generally include information we record for each driver/customer, such as

name, address, and date of birth. This portion of the record also contains information about

any identification card or Oregon driver license the person holds, as well as endorsements,

restrictions, and expiration dates.

VARIABLE ENTRIES

Variable entries are those that make up an individual’s driving history, such as accidents,

convictions, suspensions, revocations, cancellations, and other administrative actions.

Variable entries may also include information about the type(s) of license, permit, and/or

endorsement the person holds (or has held in the past).

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DRIVING RECORD EXAMPLES

CERTIFIED COURT PRINT DRIVING RECORD

(m)

(a)

(j)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(k)

(n)

(g)

(b)

(l)

(i)

(r)

(h)

(c)

(o)

(p)

(q)

This is a certified court print that includes convictions for traffic crimes, commercial driver license entries,

diversion agreements, and alcohol rehabilitation entries; convictions for minor offenses and accidents will

show for at least five years. Suspensions, cancellations, and revocations also are included, along with

miscellaneous administrative entries and multiple status entries. It may also contain some out-of-state

commercial driver entries.

The example shown above is displayed as a sanitized record, without the name, address, and driver license

number.

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NONEMPLOYMENT DRIVING RECORD

(b)

(c)

(e)

(f)

(l)

(g)

(h)

(a)

(d)

(o)

(p)

(r)

(j)

(m)

(k)

(i)

(n)

(q)

NAME

ADDRESS

CITY STATE ZIP

This is a certified three-year record that includes Oregon accidents, diversion agreements, and convictions

other than those in the employment driving record. The record may contain some commercial driver license

entries, some out-of-state commercial entries, miscellaneous administrative entries, and multiple status

entries.

The example shown above is displayed as a sanitized record, without the name, address, and driver license

number.

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NONEMPLOYMENT OPEN-ENDED DRIVING RECORD

(b)

(c)

(e)

(f)

(l)

(g)

(h)

(a)

(d)

(o)

(p)

(r)

(j)

(m)

(k)

(i)

(n)

(q)

This record is available only to an insurer, insurance support organization, and the person to whom the

record pertains for the purpose of providing a discount to the individual. It contains the same information as a

nonemployment driving record but is not limited to three years.

The example shown above is displayed as a sanitized record, without the name, address, and driver license

number.

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EMPLOYMENT DRIVING RECORD

(b)

(c)

(e)

(f)

(l)

(g)

(h)

(a)

(d)

(o)

(p)

(r)

(j)

(m)

(k)

(i)

(n)

(q)

NAME

ADDRESS

CITY STATE ZIP

This is a certified three-year record of Oregon employment related convictions, accidents, and commercial

driver license entries. It may contain some out-of-state commercial driver entries, multiple status entries, and

miscellaneous administrative entries.

The example shown above is displayed as a sanitized record, without the name, address, and driver license

number.

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(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

(k)

(l)

DRIVER INFORMATION DEFINITIONS

Date the driving record was produced.

Account number used by DMV, or the account number charged.

Page number of the record.

Customer number (Oregon driver license, driver permit, identification card number or

reference number assigned by DMV to create a driving record).

The label “NAME” appears followed by the driver’s name.

The label “ADD” or “WRK” appears on this line. If “ADD” is displayed, the address shown is

the person’s residence address. If “WRK” is displayed, the address shown is the person’s

employment address.

City, state, zip code (nine-digit number).

Date of birth (zeros if unknown).

This entry shows restrictions, if any, placed on a person’s driving record using a letter or

number code. The restriction codes are:

CODE RESTRICTION CODE RESTRICTION

B Corrective lenses R Hand controls

D Anatomical donor S Turn signals

E Automatic transmission U Prosthetic aid

F Outside mirror V Federal medical variance

G Daylight driving only 2 Emergency permit

J Other (i.e., hardship permit, driver 3 Student permit

improvement restriction, etc.)

K CDL Intrastate only 4 Golf card permit

L Vehicle without air brakes 5 Moped

M No Class A passenger vehicles 8 Emancipated minor

N No Class A or B passenger vehicles

Expiration date of driver’s license. 00/00/00 indicates no license has been issued or

expiration date has been down-dated because of another reason (such as a cancellation,

revocation, or surrender of driving privilege form).

License type. Indicates the class of license. If a person does not have a valid license and has

been issued an ID card, license type displays “I”. Refer to Classification of Licenses for

explanation of license types.

The Policy or ID field is available for use identification, such as name or case number of the

person ordering the record. A maximum of 20 spaces may be used.

(m) Endorsements attached to a license are displayed here.

CODE

ENDORSEMENT

H Any vehicle which carries hazardous materials (HAZMAT) that requires placards.

M Motorcycle endorsement for any motorcycle regardless of engine displacement.

N Tank vehicles designed to transport any liquid or gaseous material within a tank that is

either permanently or temporarily attached to a vehicle or chassis. Does not include

portable tanks with a rated capacity of less than 1,000 gallons.

P Passenger vehicles designed to carry 16 or more persons, including the driver.

S School bus used to transport students to/from school or school events.

T Double/triple trailers.

X Combined hazardous materials/tank endorsement.

Y Farm endorsement (Class A).

Z Farm endorsement (Class B).

(n) Displays “YES” if person has commercial license or “NO” if person does not have a

commercial license.

(o) Issue date (last renewal date or original issue date if newly licensed).

(p) Original date. Date the record was created.

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(q)

(r)

Expiration date of ID card. If a date appears in this field, it is the expiration date of the

identification card; otherwise, the word “NONE” appears here.

1 st licensed. Indicates when the person was first issued their Oregon driver license if issued

on or after March 1, 2000. 00/00/00 indicates the person’s first license was issued prior to

March 1, 2000, or no license has ever been issued.

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LICENSE CLASSES

License Classification

Class A Commercial

Class B Commercial

Class C Commercial

Class C

Vehicles That May Be Operated

May drive any vehicle or combination of vehicles with the proper

endorsements.

May drive any single vehicle with the proper endorsements. May tow a trailer

up to 10,000 pounds GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating). If the trailer has

a loaded weight of more than 10,000 pounds, the gross weight of the

combination (towing vehicle and trailer) must be less than 26,000 pounds.

With the proper endorsements, may drive any single vehicle that does not

weight more than 26,000 pounds.

May drive any single vehicle weighing less than 26,001 pounds designed to

carry less than 16 passengers (including the driver). May tow another vehicle

with a loaded weight less than 10,001 pounds, as along as the combined

weight does not exceed 26,000 pounds. May operate a moped. Firefighters

operating emergency fire vehicles are also included in this class.

Note: A person with this class of license may be restricted to a vehicle type

or limited driving privileges. A restricted class C license is displayed on the

record with a restriction code (2, 3, 4, 5, and sometimes J, as applicable).

See field (i).

INSTRUCTION PERMIT CLASSES

CODE

PC

PCDL

PM

LVIP

PERMIT TYPE

Class C noncommercial instruction permit

Commercial instruction permit

Motorcycle instruction permit (all motorcycles)

Limited-vision instruction permit

ISSUANCE (VARIABLE) ENTRIES

The following entries do not appear on every driver’s record. They appear on a record only if the

specific issuance type occurs.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f)

ISS 02/28/09 INT EXPL: 00/00/00 MAILED: 00/00/00 VWOP REISSUE

Issuance indicator.

Issuance date.

The date the interim permit expires.

The date the license, permit, or identification card was mailed from the factory.

VWOP/VWPP indicator. Displays one of the following:

VWOP Valid without photo license issued.

VWPP Valid with previous photo driver license, instruction permit, or identification card issued.

Blank Driver license, instruction permit, or identification card issued with new photo.

Indicates a reissue transaction.

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INSTRUCTION PERMITS

Person was issued an instruction driving permit.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

PRMT 02/28/09 EXP 10/10/12 PC REPLACED

Displays one of the following:

PRMT

MTCP

Instruction permit.

Motorcycle instruction permit.

Issuance date.

Expiration date.

Permit class. Displays one of the following:

CODE

PERMIT TYPE

PC Class C noncommercial instruction permit.

PCDL Commercial instruction permit.

PM Motorcycle instruction permit (all motorcycles).

LVIP Limited-vision instruction permit.

Permit Status. Displays one of the following:

VALID Permit is valid. Only displays on permit segments issued on or after 01/01/2010.

REPLACED Permit was replaced. The record will show a more recent permit segment indicating

a VALID permit status. Only displays on permit segments issued on or after

01/01/2010.

TEMPORARY PERMITS

Person was issued a temporary driving permit.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

PRMT 11/28/11 EXP 02/27/12 LPSS LP578989

Temporary permit.

Issuance date.

Expiration date.

Permit type. Legal presence/Social Security number.

Permit number.

MOTORCYCLE AND FARM ENDORSEMENTS

(a) (b) (c)

ENDS 11/30/09 MTCY M

(a) Endorsement.

(b) Issue date. Date person successfully completed motorcycle test or farm endorsement

application and was issued an endorsement to operate such.

(c) Endorsement type. Displays one of the following:

CODE

PERMIT TYPE

MTCY M Motorcycle endorsement (regardless of engine displacement).

FARM Farm endorsement.

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PROVISIONAL LICENSE

A provisional license is required for those under 18 years of age.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

PROV 11/09/09 04/15/11 PROVISIONAL LICENSE N/PROV ISS DT 04/20/11

Provisional license.

Date of issuance of provisional license.

Date the driver is no longer subject to provisional license sanctions (18 th birthday).

Provisional license.

Date the driver was issued a nonprovisional license.

REPLACEMENT LICENSES, PERMITS, ID CARDS, AND CHANGE OF ADDRESS

(a) (b) (c)

DUP 06/05/10 STICKER

(a) Duplicate. Field (c) must be consulted to determine what was actually issued to the person.

(b) Issue date. Date action in field (c) took place.

(c) Type of issuance. Displays one of the following:

Blank

A replacement driver license, instruction permit, student permit, or emergency

permit was issued.

DPID

A replacement disabled parking identification card was issued. A disabled

parking identification card is a nonphoto ID card that identifies a disabled parking

permit holder.

DPID/STKR An address change sticker was issued to the holder of a disabled parking ID

card.

DPRK PERMIT A replacement disabled parking permit was issued.

ID

A replacement Identification card was issued.

ID/STICKER Change of address sticker was issued to the holder of an identification card.

NON ISSUE DMV received a written request for an address change. Although the record is

updated with the new address, no sticker is issued because the person does not

have a valid license or ID card. The license or ID card was expired, suspended,

revoked, or canceled.

MCIP

A replacement motorcycle instruction permit was issued.

STICKER An address change sticker was issued to an individual after the person notified

DMV of a change of address. The sticker shows the new address and is affixed

along the bottom portion of the license.

SP

A replacement student permit was issued.

EP

A replacement emergency operator’s permit was issued.

Note: Stickers issued show updated address and are affixed along the bottom portion of the license,

permit, or ID card.

REISSUED LICENSES, PERMITS, OR IDENTIFICATION CARDS

This entry is used when a driver license, permit, or identification card is reissued because the initial

card was not received in the mail by the person.

(a)

(b)

(a) (b)

RISS 10/28/11

Reissued. The last driver license, permit, or identification card was reissued.

Issuance date.

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CDL ISSUANCE ENTRY

COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE (CDL) ENTRIES

This entry is used when a CDL is issued, whether it is an original CDL issuance, a renewal, or a

replacement (adding or deleting an endorsement or restriction is a replacement transaction).

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f)

CDL 06/10/09 CA3 011 463 234

CDL issuance indicator. Commercial driver license was issued.

Date of transaction.

Transaction code. Identifies whether the issuance was an original, renewal, or replacement.

(For DMV internal use.)

Field office number. (For DMV internal use.)

Batch number. (For DMV internal use.)

Sequence number. (For DMV internal use.)

STATE OF RECORD

DMV uses this entry to show that a record on the Commercial Driver License Information System

(CDLIS) has been changed to show Oregon as the State of Record (SOR), because a license was

issued or driving privileges were reinstated. It is also used when another state issues a drive

license to a person who has an Oregon record on CDLIS. Prior to 2007, it was also used to record

the license number of an out-of-state driver when DMV created an Oregon record due to a traffic

conviction.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

SOR 09/05/08 09/08/08 CMPLT TO OR CA CA 32 72 1694

State-of-record indicator.

Initiation date. Date transmission of record is initiated (record is built or license is

surrendered).

Date transmission of record is complete. (00/00/00 displays if record is built from a traffic

conviction.)

Transaction information. Displays one of the following:

Blank No entry in this field means the record was built due to a traffic conviction or a

license was surrendered.

CMPLT The transmission of information has been completed and confirmation has been

sent to the other state or received from the other state.

PROGR The transmission is still in progress.

STDLN State driver license number of previous licensing state.

Origin. Displays one of the following:

ID

Record was built due to a traffic conviction. (No longer used.)

RELIC Commercial licensed driver from another state was relicensed (non-CDL) in

Oregon. (No longer used.)

SURR License was surrendered.

TO OR Record was transferred to Oregon from another state.

TO OS Record was transferred to another state from Oregon.

RET

License is returned from another state.

PLIC Previously licensed in another state.

State identifier. Two-character abbreviation for Oregon or other jurisdiction involved.

License number (for jurisdiction identified in field (f)).

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RESTORE CDL ENTRY

This entry is used when a CDL is downgraded to a Class C noncommercial license or a Hazmat

endorsement is removed while waiting for the results of a security check. The downgrade could be

for a number of different reasons. The segment indicates the driver may restore a CDL if they meet

eligibility requirements within the permitted restoration date.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j)

RCDL 10/10/09 01/13/11 L: A PCDL ID E: MTX R: BD USED 09/21/10

Entered when a commercial driver license is downgraded to a noncommercial license

Date the license was downgraded.

Date when eligibility to restore CDL expires.

License type. Class of license that may be restored without taking additional tests.

Permit types. Indicates type of valid permit on the driving record at the time of downgrade.

Shows whether or not driver had a valid ID card at the time of downgrade.

Endorsement codes. Shows types of endorsement on license at the time of downgrade.

Restriction codes. Shows the types of restriction on license at the time of downgrade.

An entry here means restoration was used, and the commercial driving privileges have been

restored.

Date restoration (action in field (i)) was used. This is blank if there is no entry in (i).

SECURITY CHECK SEGMENT

This segment indicates when a customer has started the security check process for a Hazmat

endorsement.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

SEC 01/02/11 AGT 02/20/11 OK HAZMAT 00/00/00 Exp: 05/12/15

Security check indicator. Used when a customer starts the security check process or DMV

receives an unsolicited message from TSA.

Date security check was started with the fingerprint agent or date we received an unsolicited

response from TSA.

Who initiated the segment. Displays one of the following:

AGT

Agent.

PSR

Previous state of record.

TSA

Transportation Security Administration.

Note: A Security Check segment with PSR is not evidence of a valid security check for the purpose

of issuing a CDL with a HAZMAT endorsement.

Date DMV received response from TSA.

TSA response. Displays one of the following:

OK HAZMAT Customer can be issued a hazmat if the entry in (c) is not PSR.

NO HAZMAT I Customer cannot be issued a hazmat because TSA deems them a threat.

NO HAZMAT F Customer cannot be issued a hazmat because TSA deems them a threat and TSA

has issued their final order.

Date the Hazmat endorsement is removed from the driving record. A date will only display if

field (e) displays NO HAZMAT F or NO HAZMAT I. Otherwise, the field indicates 00/00/00.

Date the Security Check expires.

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ACCIDENTS

Accidents are posted to a driver’s record after a reportable accident. Oregon law requires an

accident be reported to DMV when one or more of the following occurs:

An injury or death to any person;

Damage to the vehicle you were driving is over $1,500;

Property damage (not including a vehicle involved in the accident) is over $1,500; or

Damage to any vehicle is over $1,500 and any vehicle is towed from the scene due to

damages from the accident.

The following entries show the formats that Oregon uses to post accidents to driving records. The

first format is an example of an accident occurring in Oregon. The second format is an example of

an accident occurring in another state and the information was electronically transferred to Oregon.

Oregon Accident Display

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)

ACC 08/23/11 1P 34-1755 EMPLOY A CMV HAZ

ACD (Out-of-State) Accident Display

(a) (b) (g) (h) (i) (j)

ACC 08/23/11 CMV HAZ WA 7325042

(a) Accident. The driver had a reportable accident.

(b) Date the accident happened.

(c) Type of accident (collision with).

1 One other motor vehicle. 5 Motorized scooter. X Fixed object/property damage.

2 Three or more other vehicles. 6 Bicycle. R Noncollision.

3 Pedestrian. 8 Animal.

4 Railroad train. 9 Light rail “MAX”.

Another symbol may follow one of the previous codes, as follows:

P Nonfatal accident, police report filed.

* Fatal accident, police report filed.

(d) DMV reference number. This number is assigned by the Accident Reporting Unit to identify

the location of the accident report.

(e) Accident information. Displays one of the following:

BLANK The accident was not employment related.

EMPLOY The accident was employment related.

VCTD The accident has been vacated.

(f) Special notation code.

BLANK No special notations or driver improvement action taken.

A Preventable accident. Used as part of DMV’s Driver Improvement Program.

N Nonpreventable accident. Used as part of DMV’s Driver Improvement Program.

U Preventability undetermined. Used as part of DMV’s Driver Improvement Program.

H Report at Accident Data Unit for coding. (No longer used.)

(g) CMV. The vehicle was a commercial motor vehicle; otherwise, field is blank.

(h) HAZ. The vehicle was carrying hazardous materials; otherwise, field is blank.

(i) State. Displays the two-character state abbreviation where the accident occurred; otherwise,

field is blank. This data is reported as part of a CDL change state-of-record transaction.

(j) Out-of-state accident number. Displays other state’s accident ID number; otherwise, field is

blank.

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FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Financial responsibility means the ability to pay for damages resulting from an automobile

accident. The Financial Responsibility Law requires that proof of financial responsibility be carried

in any vehicle operated on public highways or roads. Future responsibility must be filed and

maintained for three years with DMV by persons suspended for the following reasons: uninsured

accident, fail to furnish proof of insurance, driving uninsured, and false certification.

Future responsibility filings are also required at the end of mandatory suspensions or revocations

issued by a court or DMV. These include traffic crimes such as reckless endangerment, menacing,

criminal mischief, failure to perform the duties of a driver in an accident, reckless driving, DUII, etc.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(a) (b) (c)

PRU 09/19/13 36-9099

Proof required until. This segment indicates the person is subject to the future responsibility

requirement.

Ending date. Proof of future responsibility must be maintained until this date.

Reason for the requirement. Displays one of the following:

36-900 If the “Proof Required Until” date is the result of an uninsured accident, the accident

(Accident Code) code will appear here.

BLANK Proof of future responsibility is required for any reason other than an accident.

HARDSHP

RSC 111

VOID

Proof of future responsibility is required as a condition of a hardship permit.

Proof of future responsibility is required due to the random sample program. DMV

conducts a random sample of registered vehicles to ensure compliance with

insurance requirements. This entry is used when a person failed to respond to the

request to provide insurance information or the insurance company named as the

provider denied coverage. The numeric portion of the entry is for internal tracking

purposes only.

Requirement is not in effect. May be temporary or permanent. Record must be

reviewed to determine if the person is currently under a future responsibility filing

requirement.

Other entries related to the Financial Responsibility Law are:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(a) (b) (c)

INTENT/SUSP 07/31/11 FR LETTER

Intent to suspend. DMV sent a letter to the driver after DMV received notice of a conviction

for driving uninsured. The letter advises the driver that he/she is subject to the Future

Responsibility Law and outlines the requirements for compliance with the law.

Date the letter was sent.

Indicates that a Future Responsibility letter was sent.

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DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ENTRIES

The Driver Improvement Program (DIP) is a two step program. The first step is a restriction of

driving privileges; the second step is a suspension of driving privileges. Persons between 14 and

18 years of age are placed into the Provisional DIP. Persons 18 years of age or older are placed in

the Adult DIP.

LICENSE RESTRICTIONS (Step 1)

There are restrictions under both the Provisional and Adult Driver Improvement (DI) Programs. A

Driver Improvement Restriction segment reads as follows:

(a) (b) (c) (d)

REST 02/01/11 05/01/11 Prov DI Rest

(a) Identifies the entry as a RESTRICTION entry.

(b) Effective date of the restriction.

(c) Ending date of the restriction.

(d) Type of driver improvement program. Displays one of the following:

PROV DI REST Provisional DI Restriction: Driver is under 18 years old and received two convictions, two

preventable accidents or a combination that totals two. Driving privileges restricted for 90

days to and from, or for, employment with no passengers except parent, stepparent or

guardian.

ADULT DI REST Adult DI Restriction: Driver is over 18 years old and received three convictions, three

preventable accidents or a combination that totals three, in an 18-month period. Driving

privileges restricted for 30 days to prohibit driving between midnight and 5 a.m. except to

and from, or for, employment.

DRIVER IMPROVEMENT SUSPENSIONS (Step 2)

There are suspensions under both the Provisional and Adult Driver Improvement Programs. A

Driver Improvement Suspension segment reads as follows:

(a) (b) (c) (d)

SUSP 12/22/11 01/21/12 ADLTCONVAR

(e)

(f)

STATUS: REIN 000000 FULLY REINSTATED

For definitions of entry fields, see Suspension, Revocation, and Cancellation section starting on

page 26 of this manual. Adult and Provisional DI suspension types (field (d)) consists of PRV MJR;

PRV CONVAR; PRV ACCAPA; PRV/ACC/H; ADLT CONVAR; ADLT ACCAPA; and ADLT ACC/H.

See Suspension, Revocation and Cancellation Types on page 31 for definitions of suspension

type.

DRIVER IMPROVEMENT COURSE ENTRIES

The following entry is used only when DMV is notified that a driver has completed a driver

improvement course as a requirement for a probationary permit.

(a)

(a) (b) (c)

DR COURSE DDC 03/10/11

Driver Improvement Course.

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(b)

(c)

Type of course. Will display one of the following:

DDC Defensive Driving Course

NTSI I Level I National Traffic Safety Institute Course

NTSI II Level II National Traffic Safety Institute Course

“DR COURSE” completion date.

HABITUAL OFFENDER PROGRAM

DMV imposes a Habitual Offender Revocation when a driver is convicted of three or more traffic

crimes or 20 or more traffic violations within a five year period. A Habitual Offender Revocation

remains in effect indefinitely. Although a driver is eligible to reinstate the revocation after five years,

driving privileges remain revoked until the driver complies with all reinstatement requirements.

Habitual Offender Revocation Display Format

(a) (b) (c) (d)

REVK 11/11/10 00/00/00 HAB OFF/AR

(h)

(i)

STATUS: REIN 000000 STILL REVOKED

For definitions of entry fields, see Suspension, Revocation, and Cancellation section starting on page 26 of this manual.

PROBATIONARY PERMITS

Probationary permits may be issued during a habitual offender revocation. These permits are

issued for the following reasons: employment; transportation to and from an alcohol or drug

treatment program; and, to look for work. When a probationary permit is issued, a restriction “J” is

placed on the driver record. The revocation status is updated to indicate REIN BUS and the

following entry displays on the record:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(a) (b) (c) (d)

PROB 08/12/09 05/30/12 HABITUAL

Probationary permit issued.

Beginning date of the permit.

Ending date of the permit. Currently these permits are issued for the length of the underlying

revocation. In the past, they were issued for one year and had to be renewed to remain valid.

Abbreviation for type of revocation (Habitual Offender).

HARDSHIP PERMITS

Hardship permits may be issued to persons whose license has been suspended. Hardship permits

are issued for employment purposes, to search for work, to drive to and from alcohol or drug

treatment programs, etc.

When a hardship permit is issued:

A restriction “J” is placed on the driver record.

Suspension entries show a REIN BUS entry in the STATUS line.

A Proof Required Until (PRU 00/00/00 HARDSHP) entry is placed on the driver record.

The following entry displays to show the beginning (a) and ending (b) date of the permit:

(a)

(b)

REST 03/26/11 08/12/12 HARDSHIP ISSUED

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MISCELLANEOUS ENTRIES

Several other entries may also appear on the driving record. The following pages explain the

entries and how they will appear.

IDENTIFICATION CARDS

A person was issued an identification (ID) card. The card looks similar to the driver license, but

does not grant any driving privileges.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

ID BUS: 06/25/09 ISS: 11/20/01 EXP: 07/24/17

Identification card issued.

Business date. This is the date the card was originally issued.

Issue date. This is the date the ID card was last issued or renewed.

Expiration date. This is the date the card expires.

This field will indicate PARK ID if the person was issued a Disabled Placard Identification

Card. These cards are issued only to people who do not possess a valid driver license or

photo ID card and who are physically disabled to the point that they cannot go to a field office

for a photo ID. When this entry appears on the record, it has a matching issuance entry for a

disabled placard.

COURT LIMITED LICENSE

A judge limited a driver’s driving privileges at the time the driver appeared in court. DMV is required

to enter the action on the driving record.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

CRT LIMITED 04/01/11 09/01/11 D-LANE FILE NO: 1234

Court has limited a driver’s privileges to operate a vehicle.

Effective Date. Date the limitation takes effect.

Expiration Date. Date the limitation expires.

Court type and location. If the court name is more than five letters in length, it will be

abbreviated. Court types that will display are: C = Circuit; D = District; M = Municipal; J =

Justice; and X = Juvenile.

Will display one of the following:

BLANK Court’s docket number is more than six digits

073652 Court’s docket number (Six digits or less)

FILE NO: 1234 DMV’s internal file number

DISABLED PERMITS

A person has been issued a disabled parking permit which allows use of specifically marked

parking spaces for disabled persons.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f)

PRMT 10/09/09 EPX: 05/18/14 OPRK 12345468778 VALID

Disabled parking permit.

Date the permit was issued.

Date the permit expires. Expires on driver license or ID card expiration date.

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(d)

(e)

(f)

Permit type. Displays one of the following:

DCAL Original special parking decal RNWD Renewal wheelchair decal

DDCL Duplicate special parking decal RNWP Renewal wheelchair placard

DPRK Duplicate permit issued RDCL Renewed special parking decal

DTRV Duplicate 30 day travel permit RPRK Renewed parking permit

DWTR Duplicate temporary travel placard RTWD Replacement wheelchair decal

EPRK Extended parking permit RTWP Replacement wheelchair placard

ODCL Original decal for golf/motorcycle TPRK Temporary parking permit

OPRK Original disabled parking permit TRAV Temporary 30 day travel permit

ORWD Original wheelchair decal WTRV Temporary wheelchair travel placard

ORWP Original wheelchair placard

Disabled permit inventory number

Status: Displays one of the following:

BLANK Permit information is not available

EXPIRED Permit is expired

LOST

Permit was reported as lost

REPLACED Permit was replaced by another permit at a later date

STOLEN Disabled permit was reported stolen

VALID

Permit is valid

DRIVER LESSONS ENTRY

This entry appears when DMV grants a (60-day) restricted license or permit under the At-Risk

Driver Program for the express purpose of taking driving lessons with a DMV approved driving

instructor.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(a) (b) (c) (d)

DRVR 00/00/00 00/00/00 PROF DRVR LESSON

Driver was issued a restricted license or permit (for 60 days) to take driving lessons.

Issuance date. Date the restricted license or permit is effective.

Expiration date. Date the restricted license or permit expires.

Professional Driver Lesson. Type of restricted license or permit.

LETTERS

Letter segments resulting from the At-Risk Driver Program appear as:

(a) (b) (c) (d)

LETTER 09/10/11 00/00/00 MED L115

(a) Type of action.

(b) Date the letter or notice was sent.

(c) Date field (not used).

(d) Letter type code (For DMV internal use)

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RETURNED ENTRIES

(a)

(b)

(c)

(a) (b) (c)

RET 08/05/09 ENV

Returned indicator.

Action date. This date is determined by the action in (c).

Returned item identifier. Displays one of the following:

AFDVT

Person turned in license, permit, or ID card as directed by a suspension order.

The document was received in a field office and a receipt was issued to the

individual. The date in (b) is the date the suspension or other action takes

effect. Entry also used if a person voluntarily turned in their license.

ENV

A suspension or revocation notice was returned unclaimed. The date matches

the suspension or revocation effective date.

RCPT

A certified mail return receipt from a suspension or revocation notice was

returned to DMV. The date matches the suspension/revocation effective date.

Few display on driving records as most suspension orders are sent first class

mail.

STATE

Oregon license returned from another state. The two-letter abbreviation for that

ABBREVIATION state is shown. Date the entry was made on the record (NOT the date the

license was received).

DRV PRIV Driver returned license because they have chosen to give up their Oregon

driving privileges. Note: As long as their Oregon driving privileges are not

suspended or revoked, a person who is no longer a resident of Oregon who has

voluntarily surrendered their Oregon license/privileges may still legally drive in

Oregon if they have a valid license issued by another jurisdiction.

CI

The license, permit, or ID card was returned to DMV undeliverable. The date is

UNDELIVERABLE when the entry was made on the record.

IDENTIFICATION An ID card was voluntarily returned to DMV. The date in (b) is when the entry

CARD

was made to DMV’s record. (No longer used.)

QUIT DRIVING/ID Driver returned the license because driver was no longer competent to drive. An

CARD

ID card was issued at no fee. The date is when the ID card was issued.

VOLUNTARY License was voluntarily returned. The date is when the entry was made on the

record.

QUALITY

License, permit or identification card was pulled at the factory and returned to

CONTROL DMV due to poor quality.

OTHER

Instruction permit was returned. The date is when the entry was made on the

record. (No longer used.)

SUSPENDED An Oregon license, permit or identification card was returned to DMV due to

suspension. The date is when the entry was made on the record.

CDL MEDICAL CERTIFICATION

Federal regulations and state law require a person to be medically qualified to hold a CDL that

authorizes operation of a commercial motor vehicle. The medical qualifications are dependent

upon the driving type certified by that person. CDL medical qualification entries are included in a

record only if the driver has a CDL or commercial instruction permit and an authorized customer

requests a record that includes medical certification information. Entries specific to the driver are

displayed after other fixed entries while those entries that provide information about the medical

examiner are displayed after variable entries.

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1. CDL Medical Qualification Display

(a)

(b)

CDL MED QUAL: INTERSTATE W/COR LENSES

(a) Commercial driver license medical qualification.

(b) Will display one of the following:

A medical certificate has not yet been requested by DMV and

UNKNOWN

information is not available.

NOT QUALIFIED

The person is not medically qualified to hold a commercial license.

INTERSTATE

The person meets medical qualifications for all driving types.

INTERSTATE W/COR The person meets medical qualifications for all driving types provided

LENSES

corrective lenses are worn.

INTERSTATE W/HEAR The person meets medical qualifications for all driving types provided

AID

a hearing aid is worn.

INTERSTATE W/COR The person meets medical qualifications for all driving types provided

LENS & HEAR AID corrective lenses and a hearing aid are worn.

INTERSTATE W/49 CFR The person meets medical qualifications for all driving types provided

391.64 EXEMPTION the exemption letter is carried.

INTERSTATE W/COR The person meets medical qualifications for all driving types provided

LENS & 49 CFR 391.64 corrective lenses are worn and the exemption letter is carried.

EXEMPTION

INTERSTATE W/HEAR

AID & 49 CFR 391.64

EXEMPTION

INTERSTATE W/COR

LENS HEAR AID & 49

CFR 391.64 EXEMPTION

INTRASTATE

2. Medical Examiner’s Certificate Effective Date

The person meets medical qualifications for all driving types provided

a hearing aid is worn and the exemption letter is carried.

The person meets medical qualifications for all driving types provided

corrective lenses and a hearing aid are worn and the exemption letter

is carried.

The person meets medical qualifications for intrastate or excepted

interstate CMV operation only. A CDL with a ‘K’ restriction may be

issued.

(a)

(b)

MEDICAL CERT EFF DT: 10/16/2014

(a) Medical Examiner’s Certificate effective date.

(b) Date issued or signed by the examiner (MM/DD/CCYY format).

3. Medical Examiner’s Certificate Expiration Date

(a)

(b)

MEDICAL CERT EXP DT: 10/16/2016

(a) Medical Examiner’s Certificate expiration date.

(b) Date of expiration (MM/DD/CCYY format). Up to two years after effective date.

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4. Commercial Driving Type

(a)

(b)

CDL DRIVING TYPE: NON EXCEPTED INTERSTATE

(a) Commercial driving type certified by the driver.

(b) Will display one of the following:

Driver certified he/she operates or may operate a CMV in nonexcepted

interstate commerce.

NON EXCEPTED INTERSTATE

Driver certified he/she operates or may operate a CMV in

EXCEPTED INTERSTATE

excepted interstate commerce only.

Driver certified he/she will operate a CMV in non-excepted

NON EXCEPTED INTRASTATE

intrastate commerce only.

5. Commercial Driver License Medical Examiner Detail

(a)

** CDL MEDICAL EXAMINER DETAIL **

(b)

EXAMINER LAST NAME: DOE

EXAMINER FIRST NAME: JOHN

EXAMINER MIDDLE NAME: A

EXAMINER SUFFIX: JR

(c)

EXAMINER SPECIALTY: DO

(d)

EXAMINER MEDICAL NO: DO99999

(e)

EXAMINER JURSIDICTION: OR

(f)

EXAMINER PHONE NO: (555) 555-5555

(a) Detail of medical examiner issuing most recent Medical Examiner’s Certificate submitted to

DMV.

(b) Name as provided on the certificate or associated with the examiner’s medical number.

(c) Examiner’s medical specialty. Will display one of the following:

AN Advanced Practical Nurse MD Medical Doctor

CH Chiropractor PA Physician Assistant

DO Osteopathic Doctor OT Other certified examiner

(d) Examiner’s state professional license or certificate number.

(e) Two letter abbreviation of state where examiner is licensed.

(f) Examiner’s phone number.

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CONVICTIONS

Convictions are entered on an Oregon driver record when DMV receives notice from a court or outof-state

jurisdiction that the driver has been convicted of a violation of motor vehicle law.

Convictions display in one of two different formats.

1. The first is the format for convictions which occurred in Oregon.

2. The second format is the ACD Code system used to record convictions received from another

state, whether manually entered by Oregon or electronically transmitted from another state. An

ACD code starts with a letter followed by a two-digit number, such as S93.

See the Standard Conviction Abbreviation Table starting on page 49 for a list of conviction types.

1. OREGON CONVICTION DISPLAY FORMAT

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i)

CONV 09/07/11 10/03/11 VBR D-MULT 196235 G/D EMPLOYMENT VC

(j1) (j2) (k) (l) (m) (n)

ACT SPD 066 DESIG/POST SPD 55 CMV CDL *

2. ACD CONVICTION DISPLAY FORMAT

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)

CONV 09/07/11 10/03/11 A11 WA 043540 EMP

(q) (k) (l) (o) (p) (m) (n)

ALCOHOL LEVEL: 09% CMV HAZ 123456789123456789 REF: 13667 CDL *

(a) Displays one of the following:

CONV Conviction. The driver has forfeited bail or been found guilty of a traffic offense.

APLD The driver appealed the conviction after it was entered on the record. This entry

appears only on certified court prints.

(b) Date of offense.

(c) Date of conviction, bail forfeiture or appealed.

(d) Type of offense (Oregon abbreviation or ACD code). See the Standard Conviction

Abbreviations Table starting on page 49 of this manual.

(e) Court type and location. Displays one of the following:

D-MULT Court type followed by court location. Court types that will display for Oregon courts

only are: C = Circuit; D = District; M = Municipal; J = Justice; and X = Juvenile. If the

court name is more than five characters in length, it will be abbreviated (see Court

Abbreviations starting on page 65).

WA State where the driver was convicted if other than Oregon (a court type may also

display in this field with the state abbreviation i.e. CAMUN for California Municipal or

AKDIS for Alaska District).

(f) Internal number assigned by DMV to identify and file the abstract.

(g) Displays one of the following:

BLANK Driver found guilty of the offense by the court.

AQ

Offense was acquitted by the court.

AP

Conviction was appealed.

G/D

Driver found guilty by default.

INC

Court sentence included incarceration (only used for certain conviction types).

OLD

Out-of-state conviction not received with required time length to process sanction.

(DMV use only) (For DMV use only)

(h) Employment indicator displays “EMP” if conviction is employment related.

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(i) Conviction type and class code of the offense (Oregon convictions only).

Conviction Type

Class Codes

F – Felony A, B, C, or D,

M – Misdemeanor

with A being the most serious

V – Violation (previously I – Infraction)

LO – Local Ordinance

(j) If (d) indicates the offense is V DSG SPD, VBR, or S92, the following information displays:

(1) (2)

ACT SPD 065 DESIG/POST SPD 55

1. The actual speed the person was driving.

2. The designated or posted speed limit.

Offenses no longer used, but may still appear on records, that also include this

information are EXC FED SPD, EXC RI SPD, EXC URB SPD, or EXC RES SPD.

(k) Displays “CMV” if the offense involved the operation of a commercial motor vehicle.

(l) Displays “HAZ” if the offense involved the transportation of hazardous materials.

(m) Displays “CDL” if the driver held a CDL at the time of the offense.

(n) Displays an asterisk (*) if the offense counts towards a lifetime CDL suspension. If the

offense does not count, this field will be blank.

(o) File locator information supplied by the state where the conviction occurred (ACD entries

only).

(p) Additional reference information supplied by state where the conviction occurred (ACD

entries only).

(q) If the conviction is an ACD entry this field may display one of the following:

If the offense is A11, this field displays the words “ALCOHOL LEVEL” and displays

the actual content such as .08.

If the offense is an “S” series ACD code, this field may show speeds.

If the offense is D45, D53 or D56, this field will display “UND” (underlying offense) and

may be followed by another ACD code to indicate related conviction information.

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MISCELLANEOUS ENTRIES RELATED TO DUII CONVICTIONS

The following entries are related to convictions for Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII).

DIVERSION AGREEMENT

The following entry is made on the driving record when a driver enters the program and a

“diversion agreement” is sent by the court to DMV.

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

DIVR 01/02/11 D-JACK 91-5411C V END DT 010212 OFFENS DT 100110

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

Diversion.

Beginning date of the diversion agreement.

Court type and location that granted the diversion. If the court name is more than five letters

in length, it is abbreviated. Court types that display are: C = Circuit; D = District; M =

Municipal; and J = Justice.

Court’s docket number for the diversion.

Disposition code. This field is blank if no disposition or V if vacated.

Ending date of the diversion agreement.

Indicates OFFENS DT for Offense Date or ARREST DT for Arrest date.

IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE

A person is required to have an Ignition interlock devices (IID) on any vehicle they operate. The

length of the requirement for an IID depends on the driver record:





One year for a first DUII conviction; two years for a second or subsequent DUII conviction; or

five years for an aggravated vehicular homicide conviction;

Five years if the DUII conviction included, as part of the same criminal episode, a conviction

for: murder; manslaughter in the first or second degree; criminally negligent homicide; or

assault in the first degree;

Five years if the DUII conviction included permanent revocation of driving privileges by a

court under ORS 809.235(1)(b) and later ordered restored under ORS 809.235(4);

For the length ordered by an Oregon court as a condition of a DUII diversion agreement.

The IID requirement starts from the date ordered by the court for a DUII diversion agreement; the

end dates of the suspension or revocations caused by the conviction; and during a DUII

suspension if the driver applies for a hardship permit. The following is an example of how IID

entries appear on a driving record:

(a) (b) (c) (d)

STOP ACTION 01/02/11 01/02/13 IID REQUIRED

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

STOP calls attention to the requirement.

Beginning date of the IID requirement.

Ending date of the IID requirement. Date is one year or two years past ending date of the

related DUII suspension. Older segments will show a 6 months ending date.

Displays the IID requirement.

The following entry will display on the driving record to indicate the driver installed an IID:

(a) (b) (c) (d)

IID 10/29/10 04/06/11

(a)

(b)

IID report. DMV received an IID installation report or approved an IID exemption.

Date the IID was installed or exemption granted.

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(c)

(d)

Date the IID was removed from the vehicle or date the IID exemption is terminated. This field

displays zeros (000000) if the device is currently installed or the exemption is currently valid.

Type of exemption. This field may display one of the following:

BLANK

EMPLOY EXEMPT

MEDICALLY EXEMPT

The person has installed an IID on their personal vehicle.

The person has an exemption from the IID requirement to operate

employer’s vehicles. Note: This does not void the requirements to

have the IID installed on personal vehicles.

The person has an exemption from the IID requirement due to a

medical condition.

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SUSPENSION, REVOCATION, AND CANCELLATION

Suspension is the temporary withdrawal of driving privileges. Revocation is the termination of

driving privileges. Cancellation means the driver’s license or ID card is void and terminated. All

these actions affect the status of Oregon driving privileges.

NOTE: Withdrawal (WTHD) is an entry used to record an action taken in another state. DMV records

“Withdrawals” for historical/informational purposes. Withdrawal entries should not be used to

determine if a driver has valid driving privileges in Oregon or in another state.

The following are three examples of the format used for Suspensions, Revocations or Cancellation

actions taken by Oregon. Following the Oregon examples is an example of a Withdrawal segment

using the ACD format to record actions taken in other states; it is the standardized format used to

transfer record information from state to state.

OREGON ACTIONS DISPLAY (Three Examples Provided)

Example 1: Shows an Oregon court ordered suspension:

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

SUSP 10/04/08 10/04/09 1 CO/DUII D-MARON ARREST 120695

(h)

(i)

STATUS: BUS 112008 REIN FULL 100809 CPLT 081409 FULLY REINSTATED

Example 2: Shows an Oregon suspension where the driver failed to appear for a court hearing for

a citation and an extension code and docket information is displayed:

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

SUSP 05/09/09 00/00/00 F/A TRCRM/ M-SPFLD

(j)

TYPE: DUII 080

(h)

STATUS: REIN 000000 STILL SUSPENDED

(k)

DOK 05/09/09 F/A TRCRM/ 0716832 M-SPFLD 000000

Example 3: Shows an Oregon suspension involving an accident and proof of future financial

responsibility will be required for reinstatement:

(a) (b) (c) (d) (f) (g)

SUSP 03/15/10 03/15/11 ACCD UNINS PRU PENDING REF #: 20-9999

(h)

(i)

STATUS: REIN 000000 STILL SUSPENDED

WITHDRAWAL SEGMENT

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

WTHD 09/10/09 10/10/09 A21 MN

(j) (l) (m) (n)

TYPE: 110 EXTENT CDL LOCATOR: MN REF: 155

(h)

(i)

STATUS: REIN FULL 110509 FULLY REINSTATED

(a)

(b)

Entry Identifier. Displays one of the following:

CANC Cancelled. Oregon driver license, permit or ID card is void and terminated.

REVK Revoked. Oregon driving privileges are terminated.

SUSP Suspension. Oregon driving privilege or ID card is temporarily withdrawn.

WTHD Withdrawal. Driving privileges withdrawn in another jurisdiction.

Effective date. Starting date of action.

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(i)


(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

Ending date of action. Zeros (00/00/00) indicate action does not have an established

mandatory length. “PERM” or “LIFE” means action is in effect for life.

Abbreviation of reason for the action. (Suspension, Revocation, and Cancellation Types

(Table) starting on page 31.)

Displays one of the following (page 65 for list of court, county, and state abbreviations):

M-XXXXX

-DMV

-CA

-LANE

Court type and location. If the court name is more than five letters in length, it will be

abbreviated. Court types are: C = Circuit; D = District; M = Municipal; J = Justice; and X

= Juvenile.

DMV initiated actions.

State. The abbreviation of the state (if the action is a Withdrawal (WTHD))

The Oregon county of arrest. If the county name is more than five letters in length, it will

be abbreviated.

Proof Required Until (PRU) date is pending. Action subjects the driver to the financial

responsibility law. Driver will be required to file proof of future financial responsibility (FR)

before DMV can reinstate. When the action ends, PRU PEND changes to a “PRU DATE

00/00/00” entry within the driving record.

Displays one of the following:

ARREST Date of offense

OFFENS Date of offense

REF #: DMV’s reference number. Only used if the action is for an uninsured accident.

Action status updates. Displays one or more of the following fields and it’s corresponding

date:

Note: For current and overall action status in Oregon, refer to field (i).

CPLY Driver complied with court requirements on fail to appear or fail to comply suspension.

This does not necessarily mean the suspension is reinstated.

REIN Action has not been reinstated. The date for this field will indicate 000000. Once the

action is reinstated, this field will change to REIN FULL.

REIN FULL Action has been reinstated.

BUS Action was previously business reinstated due to issuance of a hardship or

probationary permit.

REIN BUS Action is currently business reinstated due to issuance of a hardship or probationary

permit.

CPLT Driver complied with alcohol treatment requirement. Only required for driving under the

influence of intoxicants (DUII) actions.

RSTR Withdrawal (WTHD) is restrained to keep it from impacting the Oregon overall status.

To determine if a RSTR withdrawal is still in effect, you need to contact the state noted

in field (e) of the withdrawal.

Action Status. Displays one of the following:

ELIG FOR REIN Action is no longer in effect and driver is eligible for reinstatement.

FULLY REINSTATED Action is fully reinstated.

NO DL STATUS Action is not related to driving privileges (i.e. ID suspension or cancellation)

PENDING ORDER Action has not taken effect.

STILL SUSPENDED Suspension action is in effect.

STILL REVOKED Revocation action is in effect

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(j)

Action type. Certain Oregon actions will display a related literal and extension code in this

field (i.e., DUII 080). See page 29 for extension code definitions. If the action is a withdrawal

(WTHD), this field will display a three-number code. Each number location has a specific

meaning. Use the following tables o determine the 3-digit code:

Withdrawal Type (3-Digit) Detail Field

Position 1 Position 2 Position 3

(Example: TYPE: 312) (Example: TYPE: 312) (Example: TYPE: 312)

1 Revoked 1 Conviction 0 Not defined

2 Barred 2 Administrative Adjudication 1 Hearing held, action confirmed

3 Suspended 3 Administrative Action 2 Hearing offered but not requested

4 Canceled 4 Repeated Violations 3 Hearing requested, not yet held

5 Denied 5 Withdrawal resulting from point 4 Department action appealed to court

system

6 Disqualified 6 Court ordered or requested 5 Hearing not applicable

7 Other Withdrawal 7 Court recommended

8 Non-Resident Violator Compact (NRVC) Action or reciprocity

9 Administrative Per se

(k) Docket line. See DOCKETS section below for entry definitions.

(l) Extent: Displays “ALL” or “CDL” to define driving privileges affected. (ACD entries only)

(m) Locator: File information from the State where the ACD withdrawal occurred. (ACD entries only)

(n) Reference: Legal cite/authority for the withdrawal from the state where the offense occurred.

(ACD entries only)

DOCKETS

A docket is displayed on the driving record directly below the action to which it corresponds. A

docket is a companion entry for these suspensions: Unsatisfied Judgments, Court Denials, Fail to

Appear, Fail to Comply, NSF Check, and Court Imposed Mandatory Suspensions.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

DOCKET 10/04/08 CO/DUII 56803 M-MULT 08/18/95 BUS REIN

Identifies the entry as a DOCKET entry.

Effective date of the action to which the docket corresponds.

Suspension or revocation reason. (Cleared Before Suspension (CBS) segments are also

shown here.)

Docket (case or reference) number assigned by the court.

Court/DMV indicator. Displays one of the following:

M-MULT Type and abbreviation of the court that ordered the action.

-WA Abbreviation of the state that ordered the action.

DMV DMV initiated action (used for NSF Check suspensions).

Date action in field (g) took place. Displays 000000 if no action indicated in field (g).

Reinstatement indicator. Displays one of the following:

BLANK Action has not been reinstated.

FULL REIN Action has been fully reinstated.

BUS REIN Action was partially reinstated due to the issuance of a hardship permit.

PAR REIN Action was partially reinstated due to the issuance of a hardship permit (no longer

used).

CPLY Driver complied with the action; reinstatement may still be required.

RCND Action has been lifted before suspension went into effect.

VCTD Action has been ordered removed by court or removed by DMV.

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EXTENSION CODES

When DMV imposes suspensions for failure to appear on a traffic crime, the law requires DMV to

note the type of crime. DMV notes the type of crime using extension codes. The extension code

and offense literal displays directly below the action to which it corresponds (see field (k) in

Suspension, Cancellation, Revocation, page 26). See the Standard Convictions Abbreviation Table

starting on page 49 for a summary of the offense literal.

Extension Codes for Failure to Appear on a Traffic Crime (Suspensions)

001 A MISUSE DL 018 F/S CC R/TTL 035 I OP JUNK VH 051 UNL PUB TTL

002 A MISUSE ID 019 FLS APP DL 036 I SLV PRC 052 UNL RPR ODM

003 ALT POL EQ 020 FLS APP ID 037 IMP DIS HWAS 053 UNR SND 3X

004 DR O/SVC 021 FLS APP REG 038 MISUSE ID 054 USE INV DL

005 F CD Dl PLC 022 FLS APP TTL 039 POSS STLN VH 055 US INV ID/DL

006 F NOT CND VH 023 FLS CERT FR 040 R END H/WKR 056 USE OTHER DL

008 F OB NEW VIN 024 FLS FR 041 RM ODM RPR 057 USE OTHER ID

009 F PRC TLD VH 025 FLS INFO INS 042 SL N TTL VH 058 V FM REG

010 F RTRN DL 026 FLS INFO PLC 043 SUBM FLS ODM 059 UNL PR ID/DL

011 F RTRN ID 027 FLS SWR DL 044 TFK ALT VIN 060 ORG SP RACE

012 F RTRN S/REG 028 FLS SWR FM 045 TFK STLN VH 061 GAS THEFT

013 F SUBM ODM 029 FLS SWR REG 046 TRSFR MSREP 080 DUII

014 F SUR FM PLT 030 FLS SWR TTL 047 UNAUTH TCD 081 ELUD

015 F/C FQ DEST 031 FORG TTL REG 048 UNL CERT POL 082 DWS/DWR

016 F/P DUT A* 032 HAZ O/SVC 049 UNL PROD DL 086 RECKLESS

017 F/S CC FR 034 I ODM TAMP 050 UNL PROD ID 087 FPDD

In addition, DMV uses extension codes and their literals when an action is imposed because the

person is not entitled to a license, permit or identification card. DMV uses extension codes and

their literals to detail the basis of the cancellation action.

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Extension Codes for Not Entitled to a License, Permit or Identification Card (Cancellations)

Code Literal Reason

301 INV TEST Invalid licensing tests

302 DISQ OOS Disqualified in another state (out-of-state)

350 F/ADD RESTR Failed to add CDL intrastate restriction

401 MED CERT EXP Medical certification expired

402 F RCV M/CERT Failed to submit medical certification after DMV request

410 STATEWAIVEXP State waiver of physical disqualification expired

411 FED WAIV EXP Federal medical waiver and/or exemption expired

412 FED SPE EXP Federal skills performance evaluation certificate expired

500 MISC REQ Miscellaneous error or requirement not established in other extension codes

502 F/TAKE TST Failed to take all required licensing tests

503 F/PAY FEES Failed to pay all required fees

504 WITHDRW O/S Suspended, revoked, cancelled or not valid in another state

505 NO PAR SIG No parental signature captured when required

506 WRNG CLASS Issued wrong class of license/permit

507 WRNG ENDORSE Issued wrong endorsement type

508 EXP NEED TST Expired more than one year and did not take licensing tests

509 RES ADDRESS Did not provide actual residence address

510 CONTNS DFECT License/permit card contains a material defect

511 RES/DOMICILE Not a resident of or domiciled in Oregon

512 DOB ERROR License/permit contains an error in the date of birth

513 NAME ERROR License/permit contains an error in the name

514 EXP ERROR License/permit contains an error in the expiration date

515 ISS DR ERROR License/permit contains an error on the issuance date

516 LGL PRESENCE Proof of legal presence not provided or not verified

517 FLS APP Failed to provide required or correct information when applying for a license or permit

550 F/ANS MEDQST Did not respond to all required medical questions

551 DNY TST Denied further testing

552 MED QST Answered “yes” to medical question prohibiting issuance

553 V SCRN REQ Answered “yes” to vision question and failed to pass or take vision screen

554 F/V SCRN Failed DMV vision screening (test)

555 LV VIS Failed to pass or provide vision examination form required under Limited Vision Program

556 LN DRV Failed to pass or take drive test required under Limited Vision Program

600 MISC REQ Miscellaneous error or requirement not established in other extension codes

603 F/PAY FEES Failed to pay all required fees

609 RES ADDRESS Did not provide actual residence address

610 CONTNS DFECT ID card contains a material defect

611 RES/DOMICILE Not a resident of or domiciled in Oregon

612 DOB ERROR ID card contains an error in the date of birth

613 NAME ERROR ID card contains an error in the name

614 EXP ERROR ID card contains an error in the expiration date

615 ISS DT ERROR ID card contains an error on the issuance date

616 LGL PRESENCE Proof of legal presence not provided or not verified

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TABLES

SUSPENSION, REVOCATION, AND CANCELLATION TYPES

The following table is a list of the suspensions, revocations, and cancellations appearing on

Oregon driving records.

Column 1 (Literal)

Column 2 (Type)

Column 3 (Sanction

Reason/Information)

Indicates the Oregon literal or written abbreviation for the sanction.

Indicates the type of sanction:

(S = suspension, R = revocation or C = cancellation).

Provides information about the particular sanction, such as the

reason it is imposed and the time length it remains in effect.

Information shown in SUBSCRIPT test indicates the entry type is obsolete. Obsolete entry types

are no longer used (entered on records), but may still appear on some driving records.

Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

1 CO/DUII S First offense for DUII. Court ordered suspension for one year.

1 CT DENY S First offense of a youth aged 13-17 for an offense involving the delivery, manufacture

or possession of a controlled substance or for bringing/possession of guns or

weapons in schools or other public buildings. Suspended for one year or until age

17, whichever is longer. May or may not involve a motor vehicle.

1ST DUII S Driver convicted of DUII. No other DUII convictions appear on driver’s record within

five years of the current conviction. Suspended for one year. (Used for out-of-state

DUII.)

1 ST DUII/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO 1ST DUII SUSPENSION.

2 CT DENY S Second or subsequent offense of a youth aged 13-17 for offense involving the

delivery, manufacture or possession of a controlled substance or from bringing/

possession of guns or weapons in schools or other public buildings. Suspended for

one year or until age 18, whichever is longer. May or may not involve a motor

vehicle.

2ND DUII S Driver convicted of second DUII. Offense committed within 5 years of conviction for a

separate DUII offense. Suspended for three years. (Used for out-of-state DUII.)

2 ND DUII/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO 2 ND DUII SUSPENSION

3RD DUII S Driver convicted of third or subsequent DUII. Offense committed within 5 years of

conviction for a separate DUII offense. Suspended for three years. (Used for out-ofstate

DUII.)

3 RD DUII/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO 3 RD DUII SUSPENSION

A DWS/R IN R Driver convicted of aggravated driving while suspended or revoked. Sentencing

included incarceration. The revocation is imposed upon notice of conviction, but has

no end date until DMV receives notice of the person’s release from incarceration for

this and any other crime arising from the same criminal episode. Driver is eligible to

reinstate ten years from the date of release from incarceration.

A MIS DL/ID

A MIS DL/C

S Allowing misuse of an Oregon driver license. Suspended for one year. The “D” in the

literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means the suspension

was based on a conviction.

A MIS DL/H S After hearing suspension to A MIS DL/D suspension.

A MIS ID/D S

Allowing an identification card issued by DMV to be misused. Suspended for one

year. The “D” in the literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal

means the suspension was based on a conviction.

A MIS ID/C

A MIS ID/H S After hearing suspension to A MIS ID/D suspension.

AC N INS/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO ACC NO INS SUSPENSION

AC N/RPT/H S After hearing suspension to ACCD N/RPT suspension.

AC UNINS/H S After hearing suspension to ACCD UNINS suspension.

ACC NO INS S UNINSURED ACCIDENT. SUSPENDED FOR ONE YEAR OR UNTIL DRIVER FILES PROOF THAT THE ACCIDENT WAS

COVERED BY INSURANCE.

ACCD N/RPT S Driver was involved in an accident and did not file accident report. Suspended until

driver files accident report or five years from the suspension effective date.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

ACCD UNINS S Driver was involved in an uninsured accident. Driving privileges are suspended for

one year. Driver must comply with financial responsibility filing requirements.

ADLTACC/H S After hearing suspension to ADLTACCAPA suspension.

ADLTACCAPA S Driver suspended for 30 days based on having four or more preventable accidents,

or a combination of accidents and driver improvement violations that totals four or

more, within the 24-month period preceding the date of record review under the

driver improvement program.

ADLTCONVAR S Driver suspended to 30 days based on receiving four or more driver improvement

violations within the 24-month period preceding the date of record review under the

driver improvement program.

AGG DWS/R R Driver convicted of aggravated driving while suspended or revoked. Revoked for ten

years.

ALTER DL C ALTERED DRIVER LICENSE/PERMIT. MAY APPLY FOR NEW LICENSE/PERMIT AFTER ONE YEAR FROM THE

EFFECTIVE DATE OF CANCELLATION.

ALTER ID C SAME AS ALTER DL SUSPENSION.

ASSAULT/INC R DRIVER CONVICTED OF 1 ST DEGREE ASSAULT RESULTING FROM THE OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE.

SENTENCING INCLUDED INCARCERATION. REVOCATION IMPOSED UPON NOTICE OF CONVICTION, BUT HAS NO END

DATE UNTIL DMV RECEIVES NOTICE OF THE PERSON’S RELEASE FROM INCARCERATION FOR THE RELATED

CONVICTION. DRIVER IS ELIGIBLE TO REINSTATE EIGHT YEARS FROM THE DATE OF RELEASE.

ASLT 2/INC S Driver convicted for 2 nd degree assault resulting from the operation of a motor

vehicle. Sentencing included incarceration. Suspension is imposed upon notice of

conviction, but has no end date until DMV receives notice of the person’s release

from incarceration for the related conviction. The suspension period ends eight years

from the date of release.

ASLT 3/INC S Driver convicted of 3 rd degree assault resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

Sentencing included incarceration. Suspension is imposed upon notice of conviction,

but has no end date until DMV receives notice of the person’s release from

incarceration for the related conviction. The suspension period ends five years from

the date of release.

ASLT 4/INC S Driver convicted of 4 th degree assault resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

Sentencing included incarceration. Suspension is imposed upon notice of conviction,

but has no end date until DMV receives notice of the person’s release from

incarceration for the related conviction. The suspension period ends one year from

the date of release.

ASLT1/INC R Driver convicted of 1 st degree assault resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

Sentencing included incarceration. Revocation is imposed upon notice of conviction,

but has no end date until DMV receives notice of the person’s release from

incarceration for this and any other crime arising from the same criminal episode.

Driver is eligible to reinstate ten years from the date of release.

ASSAULT R Driver revoked for ten years for a conviction of Assault in the 1 st degree resulting

from the operation of a motor vehicle. Older revocation entries will show a five or

eight year revocation period. At one time, this literal was used to suspend drivers convicted

of Assault in the 2 nd , 3 rd , or 4 th degree. The suspension type was used on a temporary basis in

order to implement 1999 legislation. Suspension lengths varied, based on the offense, and

whether or not there was a previous revocation for the same conviction.

ASSAULT 2 S Driver suspended for eight years based on conviction of assault in the 2 nd degree,

resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

ASSAULT 3 S Driver suspended for five years based on conviction of assault in the 3 rd degree,

resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

ASSAULT 4 S Driver suspended for one year based on conviction of assault in the 4 th degree,

resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

ASSAULT1/P R Driver convicted of assault in the 1 st degree resulting from the operation of a motor

vehicle. Revoked permanently by court order. Person may petition the court to

restore driving privileges no sooner than ten years from the date the person is

released from incarceration.

BAC FAIL S Breath test shows a blood alcohol content of .08% or more (any amount if under 21).

Suspended for 90 days.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

BAC FAIL* S Breath test shows a blood alcohol content of .08% or more (any amount if under 21).

Increased suspension length because at the time of arrest, driver participated in an

alcohol diversion program or, within five years preceding the arrest, driver began

participation in an alcohol diversion program, began serving an Implied Consent

suspension, or was convicted of DUII. Suspended for one year.

BFAIL CMV S Driver of a CMV failed breath test with a blood alcohol content of .04% or greater.

Suspended for one year. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

BFAIL CMV* S Driver of a DMV failed breath test with a blood alcohol content of .04% or greater.

Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an

equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only.

Conditional reinstatement after 10 years.

BFAIL HAZ S Driver of a DMV transporting hazardous materials failed breath test with a blood

alcohol content of .04% or greater. Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of

the person’s CDL only.)

BFAIL HAZ* S Driver of a DMV transporting hazardous materials failed breath test with a blood

alcohol content of .04% or greater. Suspension length increased due to prior major

CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime

suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years. (see OAR 735-

070-0200).

BREATH TST S DRIVER REFUSED A CHEMICAL BREATH TEST. SUSPENSION PERIOD IS FOR 120 DAYS.

C/DRGS CDL S Driver of a CMV or driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense committed a felony

crime involving the manufacture, distribution or dispensing of a controlled substance.

Lifetime suspension. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

C/DUI CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense was convicted of a

DUII. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon

or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only.

Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (seer OAR 735-070-0200).

C/DUII CDL S Driver of a CMV was convicted of Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII).

Suspended for one year. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

C/DUII HAZ S Driver of a DMV transporting hazardous materials was convicted of DUII. Suspended

for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

C/FL/A/ELD S Driver convicted of fleeing or attempting to elude. See CO/CR MIS for suspension

length.

C/FPD CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense failed to perform

the duties of a driver involved in an accident. Suspension length is increased due to

prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another

state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after ten years

(see OAR 735-070-0200).

C/FPDD CDL S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense failed to perform

the duties of a driver involved in an accident. The suspension period is for one year.

(This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

C/FPDD HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials failed to perform the duties of a

driver involved in an accident. Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of the

person’s CDL only.)

C/HR CDL S Driver of a CMV was convicted of Hit and Run. Suspended for one year. (This

suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

C/HR CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense was convicted of

Hit and Run. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in

Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL

only. Conditional reinstatement after ten years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

C/HR HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials was convicted of Hit and Run.

Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

C/MFEL CDL S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense was convicted of a

crime punishable as a felony. Suspended for one year. (This suspension is of the

person’s CDL only.)

C/MFEL HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials was convicted of a crime

punishable as a felony. Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of a person’s

CDL only.)

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

C/MVF CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a CDL holder at time of offense was convicted of a crime

punishable as a felony. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV

offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime

suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after ten years (see OAR 735-

070-0200).

C/O SPDG S Convicted of speeding while driving at least 31 MPH over the speed limit or

designated speed and has one prior speeding conviction within 12 months of the

current offense date. Suspended for a period determined by the court, up to 30 days.

C/O SPD 100 S Convicted of speeding while driving over 100 MPH. Suspended for a period

determined by the court, between 30 and 90 days.

CANC F/A C SEE VARIABLE ENTRIES – PROGRESSIVE SANCTIONS

CANC F/C C SEE VARIABLE ENTRIES – PROGRESSIVE SANCTIONS

CAR THEFT R AUTO THEFT. REVOKED FOR ONE YEAR.

CARELSS DR S Driver convicted of careless driving and the offense contributed to serious physical

injury or death of a vulnerable user of a public way. Suspended for one year.

CDL DISQ S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense was convicted of a

third CDL disqualifying offense (traffic crime) after imposition or reinstatement of a

CDL lifetime (10 year) suspension. Lifetime suspension of CDL only – NOT eligible

for conditional reinstatement after 10 years.

CDL FRAUD S Commercial Dl or permit holder submitted fraudulent information to obtain or

maintain qualification for commercial driving privileges. This suspension is of the

person’s CDL only.

CDL FRAUD/H S After hearing suspension to suspension code 402.

CDL RAIL 1 S Suspended for 60 days for having one CDL rail conviction within a three-year period.

This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

CDL RAIL 2 S Suspended for 120 days for having two CDL rail convictions within a three-year

period. This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

CDL RAIL 3 S Suspended 1 year for having three CDL rail convictions within a three-year period.

This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

CDL/MED S Inability to meet CDL requirements under Oregon Administrative Rule. This

suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

CDLMEDQUAL C Commercial DL or permit holder has not submitted medical certificate as required.

This cancellation is of the person’s CDL only.

CDLMEDWAIV C Commercial DL or permit holder has not obtained a waiver or federal variance as

required to prove medical qualification. This cancellation is of the person’s CDL only.

CO A DWS/R R Driver convicted of aggravated driving while suspended or revoked. Court imposed

revocation upon conviction. Revoked for ten years.

CO VEH HOM R Driver convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide. Revoked for ten years. Older

revocation entries will show eight year revocation period.

CO/A MIS DL S Allowing misuse of an Oregon driver license. Suspended for one year.

CO/A MIS ID S Court ordered a one year suspension for an offense under ORS 809.310.

CO/ASAULT1 R Driver convicted of assault in the 1 st degree resulting from the operation of a motor

vehicle. Revoked for ten years. Older revocation entries will show a five or eight year

revocation period.

CO/ASAULT2 S Driver convicted of assault in the 2 nd degree. Suspended for eight years.

CO/ASAULT3 S Driver convicted of assault in the 3 rd degree. Suspended for five years.

CO/ASAULT4 S Driver convicted of assault in the 4 th degree. Suspended for one year.

CO/ASSALT R ASSAULT WITH A MOTOR VEHICLE. REVOKED FOR FIVE YEARS IF IT IS A FELONY AND ONE YEAR IF IT IS A

MISDEMEANOR.

CO/CAR TFT R Auto theft. Revoked for one year.

CO/CR MIS S Driver was convicted of criminal mischief with a motor vehicle. The period of

suspension is determined by the number of CRIMNL MIS, FL/AT ELUD, RECKLSS

DR, RECK ENDGR, F PER/DUTY and MENACING convictions within a five year

period. Driving privileges are suspended for: 90 days for the first offense, one year

for a second offense and three years for a third offense.

CO/CR MS/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO SUSPENSION CODE CO/CR MIS.

CO/CR TRES S Driver convicted of criminal trespass with a motor vehicle. Suspended for six months.

CO/DRIC S Court ordered driver to complete a defensive driving or other driver improvement

course. Suspended until course has been completed.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

CO/DUII S Driver convicted of DUII. Court imposed suspension: one year for first offense or

three years if second offense committed within five years of another DUII offense.

*CO/DUII S Second or subsequent DUII conviction. Court ordered suspension for three years.

CO/DUII* S SECOND DUII OFFENSE COMMITTED WITHIN 5 YEARS OF ANOTHER DUII OFFENSE. SUSPENDED FOR THREE YEARS.

CO/DUII1/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO SUSPENSION CODE CO/DUII.

CO/F AP DL S Suspended for making a false application for a driver license. Suspended for one

year.

CO/F AP ID S Court ordered a one year suspension for an offense under ORS 809.310.

CO/FPDD S Failure to perform the duties of a driver involved in an accident. See CO/CR MIS for

suspension length.

CO/FPDUTA* R Driver convicted of failure to perform the duties of a driver to injured persons, and

there is indication on the conviction that a person was killed as a result of the

accident. Revoked for five years.

CO/F PLC DL S Making false statements to a police officer about a driver license. Suspended for one

year.

CO/F PLC ID S Court ordered a one year suspension for an offense under ORS 809.310.

CO/HIT RUN R Hit and run after an accident, which resulted in person injury or death to another

person. Revoked for one year.

CO/INV DL S Using an invalid Oregon driver license. Suspended for one year.

CO/INV ID S Court ordered a one year suspension for an offense under ORS 809.310.

CO/LITTER S Suspended based on order of court – maximum 90 day suspension based on

convictions for littering in violation of ORS 164.775.

CO/MANSL R Convicted of manslaughter with a motor vehicle. Revoked for ten years. Older

entries will show a five year revocation period.

CO/MENCING S Menacing with a motor vehicle. See CO/CR MIS for suspension length.

CO/MSREPID S Court ordered a one year suspension for an offense under ORS 809.310.

CO/MSREPDL S Making an unlawful misrepresentation with a driver license. Suspended for one year.

CO/MSRPAGE S Court ordered a one year suspension for misrepresentation of age by a minor.

CO/MURDER R Driver convicted of murder resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle. Revoked

for ten years. Older revocation entries will show a five or eight year revocation

period.

CO/MV FLNY R Using a motor vehicle in the commission of a felony. Revoked for one year.

CO/NEGHOM R Convicted of negligent homicide with a motor vehicle. Revoked for ten years. Older

revocation entries will show a five or eight year revocation period.

CO/OTHER DL S Using another person’s driver license. Suspended for one year.

CO/OTHER ID S Court ordered a one year suspension for an offense under ORS 809.310.

CO/PERJURY R Perjury or false affidavit to DMV under any law of this state requiring the registration

of vehicles or regulating their operation on highways. Revoked for one year.

CO/PROD DL S Unlawfully producing a driver license. Suspended for one year.

CO/PROD ID S Court ordered a one year suspension for an offense under ORS 809.310.

CO/RECK DR S Reckless driving. See CO/CR MIS for suspension length.

CO/RECK EN S Reckless endangering with a motor vehicle. See FL/AT ELUD for suspension length.

CO/R EN HW S Driver recklessly endangered the life of a highway worker in a highway work zone.

See CO/CR MIS for suspension length.

CO/RECK EN S RECKLESS ENDAGERING WITH A MOTOR VEHICLE. (SEE CO/CR MIS FOR SUSPENSION LENGTH).

CO/SWR DL S False swearing on application for driver license. Suspended for one year.

CO/UN USE R Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Revoked for one year.

COMRC/MD/H C AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION FOR MEDICAL SUSPENSION OF DRIVER OF A COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE.

COURT REC S COURT RECOMMENDED SUSPENSION. DRIVER SUSPENDED UP TO ONE YEAR.

CRIM TRES S Driver convicted of criminal trespass with a motor vehicle. Suspended for six months.

CRIMNL MIS S Driver convicted of criminal mischief involving the operation of a motor vehicle. See

FL/AT ELUD for suspension lengths.

CT DENY A S First offense of a youth aged 13-20 for an offense involving possession, use or

abuse of alcohol. Suspended for one year or until age 17, whichever is longer. If age

18 or over, suspended for one year. May or may not involve a motor vehicle.

CT DENY A* S Second or subsequent offense of a youth aged 13-20 for offense involving

possession, use/abuse of alcohol. Suspended for one year or until age 18,

whichever is longer. If age 18 or over, suspended for one year. May or may not

involve a motor vehicle.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

CT DRUGS S Driver suspended for six months based on court notice – manufacturing, possession,

or delivery of a controlled substance, or DUII of an inhalant or controlled substance.

CT ORDER S DRIVER SUSPENDED OR REVOKED BY ORDER OF COURT. THE PERIOD OF SUSPENSION/REVOCATION VARIES

DEPENDING ON THE REASON. SUSPENDED/REVOKED FOR A SPECIFIED TIME PERIOD OR UNTIL THE COURT

NOTIFIES DMV TO CLEAR THE SUSPENSION.

DELAY S DRIVER CONVICTED ON DRUG CHARGES. AT TIME OF CONVICTION, DRIVER DID NOT HAVE A VALID OREGON

DRIVER LICENSE. THIS ENTRY APPEARS ON THE DRIVING RECORD AS A “PENDING DELAY” RATHER THAN A

SUSPENSION. WHEN DRIVER BECOMES ELIGIBLE AND APPLIES FOR DRIVING PRIVILEGES, A “DELAY” IS ENTERED

TO THE DRIVING RECORD.

DI ACC/APA S DRIVER ON 1 YR PROBATION IN DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM IS INVOLVED IN PREVENTABLE ACCIDENT.

SUSPENDED FOR 30 DAYS.

DI CONV/AR S DRIVER ON 1 YR PROBATION IN DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM IS CONVICTED OF A TRAFFIC OFFENSE.

SUSPENDED FOR 30 DAYS.

DI F/C REF S DRIVER IMPROVEMENT COUNSELOR REFERRED DRIVER TO ANOTHER AGENCY (MENTAL HEALTH, MARRIAGE

COUNSELOR, ETC.). THE REFERRAL FORM WAS NOT RECEIVED BY DMV WITHIN 30 DAYS. SUSPENDED FOR FIVE

YEARS, OR UNTIL THE REFERRAL FORM IS RECEIVED BY DMV.

DI F/C TST S DRIVER IMPROVEMENT COUNSELOR INSTRUCTED DRIVER TO COMPLETE TESTS FOR A DRIVE LICENSE.

SUSPENDED FOR FIVE YEARS, OR UNTIL REQUIRED TESTS ARE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED.

DMVDNYTST1 C DMV has denied further testing under OAR 735-062-0073.

DMVDNYTST2 C DMV has denied further testing under OAR 735-062-0073 (immediate cancellation).

DMVDNYTSTH C After hearing cancellation to DMVDNYTST cancellation.

DR RECORD S DRIVER ON ONE-YEAR PROBATION IN THE DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM IS CONVICTED OF A TRAFFIC

OFFENSE OR HAS PREVENTABLE ACCIDENT.

DR RECRD/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO DR RECORD SUSPENSION.

DR UNINS/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO DR UNINSUR SUSPENSION.

DR UNINSUR S Driver was convicted of driving uninsured. Suspended until the driver complies with

Financial Responsibility Laws.

DRIVER ACC S DRIVER OF A VEHICLE NOT REGISTERED IN OREGON WAS INVOLVED IN AN UNINSURED ACCIDENT. DRIVING

PRIVILEGES ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL DRIVER COMPLIES WITH FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY LAWS.

DRIVR AC/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO DRIVER ACC SUSPENSION.

DRUGS CDL S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense committed a

felony crime involving the manufacture, distribution or dispensing of a controlled

substance. Lifetime suspension of CDL only – NOT eligible for conditional

reinstatement after 10 years.

DUII 1 S First offense for driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII). Suspended for one

year. Used for Oregon DUII convictions.

DUII 2 S Second DUII offense committed within five years of a prior DUII conviction.

Suspended for three years. Used for Oregon DUII convictions.

DUII 3 S Third or subsequent offense for DUII committed within 5 years of another DUII

offense. Suspended for three years. Used for Oregon DUII convictions.

DUII CDL S Driver of a CMV or CDL holder at time of offense was convicted of Driver Under the

Influence of Intoxicants (DUII). Suspended for one year. (This suspension is of the

person’s CDL only.)

DUII CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense was convicted of a

DUII. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon

or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only.

Conditional reinstatement after ten years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

DUII FLNY R Driver Revoked for felony DUII. Permanent revocation ordered by court. Person may

petition the circuit court in their county of residence to restore driving privileges.

Petition can be filed no sooner than ten years after the date of release, on parole or

post-prison supervision.

DUII HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials was convicted of DUII. Suspended

for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

DUII MISD R Driver revoked for 3 rd or subsequent misdemeanor DUII. Permanent revocation

ordered by court. Person may petition the circuit court in their county of residence to

restore driving privileges. Petition can be filed no sooner than ten years after the

date of release, on parole or post-prison supervision.

DWS/R CMV S Driver of a CMV received first conviction of driving while suspended or revoked for

violations committed while operating a CMV. Suspended for one year. (This

suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

DWS/R CMV* S Driver of a CMV received a 2 nd conviction of DWS or DWR for violation committed

while operating a CMV. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV

offense in Oregon or an equivalent in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL

only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

DWS/R HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials received a first conviction of

driving while suspended or revoked for violations committed while operating a CMV.

Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only and, for

suspensions effective 11/10/08 or later, is used for out-of-state drivers only.)

FAP21 DL S Suspended for making a false application for a license, permit or ID card. May be

eligible for early reinstatement if the sole reason for committing the offense was to

appear 21 or older for the purpose of purchasing or consuming alcohol or entering

premises prohibited to those under the age of 21. Suspended up to one year.

FAP21 DL/H S After hearing suspension to FAP21 DL suspension.

F AP DL/D

F AP DL/C

S Suspended for making a false application for a driver license. Suspended for one

year. The “D” in the literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal

means the suspension was based on a conviction.

F AP DL/H S After hearing suspension to F AP DL/D suspension.

F AP ID/D S

Driver suspended for submitting a false application for an ID card to DMV.

Suspended for one year. The “D” in the literal means it was determined by DMV. The

“C” in the literal means the suspension was based on a conviction.

F AP ID/C

F AP ID/H S After hearing suspension to F AP ID/D suspension.

F INST IID S Driver has not installed Ignition Interlock Device (IID) when required after DUII

suspension. Suspended until driver installs (IID) or until ending date of IID

requirement (one year from end of DUII suspension for a first conviction or two years

for a 2 nd or subsequent DUII conviction).

F PAY TAX S Driver suspended in accordance with request from the Oregon Department of

Revenue, for failure to file a tax return or pay a tax. Suspended until a notice is

received from the Oregon Department of Revenue allowing driver to reinstate. (This

suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

F PAY TX/H S After hearing suspension to F PAY TAX suspension.

F PER/DUTY S Failure to perform the duties of a driver involved in an accident. See FL/AT ELUD for

suspension lengths.

F PLC DL/ID

S

Making false statements to a police officer about a driver license. Suspended for one

year. The “D” in the literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal

means the suspension was based on a conviction.

F PLC DL/C

F PLC DL/H S After hearing suspension to F PLC DL/D suspension.

F PLC ID/D S

Giving false information to a police officer. Suspended for one year. The “D” in the

literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means the suspension

was based on a conviction.

F PLC ID/C

F PLC ID/H S After hearing suspension to F PLC ID/D suspension.

F SWR DL/C S Suspended for one year based on a conviction for false swearing on application for a

driver license.

F SWR DL/D S FALSE SEARING ON APPLICATION FOR A DRIVER LICENSE. SUSPENDED FOR ONE YEAR. THE “D” IN THE LITERAL

MEANS DMV DETERMINES THE SUSPENSION.

F USE IID C FAILURE TO USE IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE. SUSPENDED FOR SIX MONTHS OR UNTIL DEVICE INSTALLED,

WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

F/A BAIL S DRIVER SURRENDERED DRIVER LICENSE TO A COURT FOR SECURITY UNTIL COURT APPEARANCE DATE AND THEN

FAILED TO APPEAR IN COURT. SUSPENDED UNTIL THE COURT SUBMITS A CLEARANCE OR FOR FIVE YEARS,

WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

F/A BAIL/ S Driver surrendered driver license to a court for security until court appearance date

and then failed to appear in court. Suspended until the court submits a clearance or

for ten years, whichever comes first.

F/A DUII S FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT FOR A DUII CITATION. SUSPENDED UNTIL THE COURT SUBMITS A CLEARANCE OR

FOR FIVE YEARS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

F/A DWR S FAILURE TO APPEAR AT A COURT HEARING FOR DRIVING WHILE REVOKED CITATION. DRIVING PRIVILEGES ARE

SUSPENDED FOR FIVE YEARS OR UNTIL THE DRIVER PROVIDES A CLEARANCE FROM THE COURT.

F/A DWR HO S FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT FOR A DRIVING WHILE A HABITUAL OFFENDER CITATION. SUSPENDED FOR FIVE

YEARS OR UNITIL COURT RECOMMENDS REINSTATEMENT.

F/A ELUD S FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT FOR FLEEING OR ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE A POLICE OFFICER. SUSPENDED UNTIL

THE COURT SUBMITS A CLEARANCE OR FOR FIVE YEARS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

F/A FPDD S FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT FOR FAILURE TO PERFORM THE DUTIES OF A DRIVER (NON-INJURY). SUSPENDED

UNTIL THE COURT SUBMITS A CLEARANCE OR FOR FIVE YEARS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

F/A HEAR S FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR A COURT HEARING. SUSPENDED UNTIL THE COURT SUBMITS A CLEARANCE OR FOR FIVE

YEARS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

F/A HEAR/ S Failure to appear for a court hearing. Suspended until the court submits a clearance

or for ten years, whichever comes first.

F/A HR S FAILURE TO APEAR IN COURT FOR FAILURE TO PERFORM THE DUTIES OF A DRIVER INVOLVED IN AN INJURY

ACCIDENT. SUSPENDED FOR FIVE YEARS OR UNTIL COURT RECOMMENDS REINSTATEMENT.

F/A INTRVW S FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR A DRIVER IMPROVEMENT INTERVIEW. SUSPENDED FOR FIVE YEARS, OR UNTIL DRIVER

APPEARS AT OR IS EXCUSED FROM INTERVIEW.

F/A MIP S Failure to appear in court on a minor in possession citation. Suspended until the

court submits a clearance or for ten years, whichever comes first.

F/A RCTST S Driver failed to appear for recertification testing.

F/A RCTSTH S After hearing suspension to F/A RCTST suspension.

F/A RECK S FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT ON A RECKLESS DRIVING CITATION. SUSPENDED UNTIL THE COURT SUBMITS A

CLEARANCE OR FOR FIVE YEARS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

F/A REEXAM S SUSPENDED FOR FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR A DRIVER LICENSE EXAMINATION AS REQUIRED BY DMV. SUSPENDED

UNTIL ALL REQUIRED TESTS ARE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED.

F/A RETEST S FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR DRIVER LICENSE EXAMINATION AS REQUIRED BY DMV. SUSPENDED UNTIL ANY

REQUIRED TESTS ARE COMPLETED.

F/A TR CRM S FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT ON A TRAFFIC CRIME. SUSPENDED UNTIL THE COURT SUBMITS A CLEARANCE OR

FOR FIVE YEARS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

F/A TR CRM/ S Failure to appear on a traffic crime. Suspended until the court submits a clearance or

for ten years, whichever comes first.

F/APP DL/H C AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO FLS APP DL SUSPENSION.

F/BLD CMV S Driver of a CMV failed a blood test. Suspended for one year. (This suspension is of

the person’s CDL only.)

F/BLD CMV* S Driver of a CMV failed a blood test. Suspension length is increased due to prior

major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state.

Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years.

F/BLD HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials failed a blood test. Suspended for

three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

F/BLD HAZ* S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials failed a blood test. Suspension

length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent

prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional

reinstatement after 10 years.

F/BLD TST S Driver failed a blood test. Suspension is for 90 days.

F/BLD TST* S Driver failed a blood test. Suspension length is increased because at the time of

arrest driver was participating in an alcohol diversion program or, within five years

preceding the arrest, driver began participation in an alcohol diversion program,

began serving an Implied Consent suspension, or was convicted of DUII. Suspended

for one year.

F/C DRIC S FAILURE TO COMPLETE DRIVER IMPROVEMENT COURSE REQUIRED BY DMV UNDER THE DRIVER IMPROVEMENT

PROGRAM. SUSPENDED FOR FIVE YEARS, OR UNTIL DMV IS NOTIFIED THE PERSON COMPLETED THE COURSE.

F/C MEDRQ1 S Driver failed to comply with medical recertification requirement.

F/C MEDRQ2 S Driver failed to comply with medical recertification requirement.

F/C REQ/H S After hearing suspension to F/C/MED REQ suspension.

F/C TEST/H S After hearing suspension to DI F/C TST suspension.

F/C/MED REQ S Failure to provide medical information as required by DMV. Suspended until the

person establishes eligibility under ORS 807.090 or ORS 807.070.

F/CHLD SUP S Failure to pay child support. Suspended until a notice is received from District

Attorney or Support Enforcement Division (SED) allowing driver to reinstate.

F/COMPLY S FAILURE TO PAY A FINE OR COMPLY WITH A CONDITION IMPOSED BY A COURT. SUSPENDED UNTIL THE COURT

SUBMITS A CLEARANCE OR FOR FIVE YEARS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

F/COMPLY/ S Failure to pay a fine or comply with a condition imposed by a court. Suspended until

the court submits a clearance or for ten years, whichever comes first.

F/EST DL C Not entitled to a driver license or permit due to failure to establish identity through the

1:N check. Applicant must establish identity using an alternative method. Cancelled

until applicant meets requirements.

F/EST ID C Not entitled to an identification card due to failure to establish identity through the

1:N check. Applicant must establish identity using an alternative method. Cancelled

until applicant meets requirements.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

F/F ACFR S Driver was required to file proof of FR with DMV because of uninsured accident.

Proof has not been received. Suspended until driver complies with FR law. Follows

an uninsured accident suspension.

F/F ACFR/H S After hearing suspension to F/F ACFR suspension.

F/F EMPL S AN EMPLOYER’S VEHICLE IS IN INVOLVED IN AN UNINSURED ACCIDENT. VEHICLES REGISTRATION IS SUSPENDED

UNTIL COMPLIANCE WITH FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY LAW.

F/F MAND S Driver was required to file proof of future responsibility with DMV because of a major

suspension or revocation and proof has not been received. Suspended until driver

complies with FR requirements. This suspension follows a major suspension or

revocation.

F/F MAND/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO F/F/ MAND SUSPENSION.

F/F PRF S Driver required to file proof of future financial responsibility with DMV and the proof is

not on file. Suspended until driver complies with future responsibility filing

requirements.

F/F PRF/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO F/F PRF SUSPENSION.

F/F RS S Owner of a vehicle chosen by random sample to provide proof of liability insurance

coverage did not provide DMV with the insurance information or the insurance

company denied coverage. Suspended until owner complies with future

responsibility filing requirements.

F/F RS/H S After hearing suspension to F/F RS suspension.

F/FILE S Driver was required to file proof of FR with DMV and the proof has not been

received. Suspended until driver complies with future responsibility filing

requirements.

F/FILE/H S After hearing suspension to F/FILE suspension.

F/P DUT A* R Driver was convicted of failure to perform the duties of a driver to injured persons,

and the court indicated on the conviction that a person was killed as a result of the

accident. Revoked for five years.

F/P RCTST S Driver failed to pass recertification testing.

F/P RCTSTH S After hearing suspension to F/P RCTST suspension.

F/P REEXAM S Suspended for failure to pass licensing tests as required by DMV. Suspended until

all required tests are successfully completed.

F/P RETEST S FAILING TO PASS DRIVER LICENSE EXAMS AS REQUIRED BY DMV. SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY OR UNTIL TESTS ARE

COMPLETED.

F/P RETSH S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO F/P RETEST SUSPENSION.

F/P REXM H S After hearing suspension to F/P REEXAM suspension.

F/REP OS S FAILURE TO REPORT ACCIDENT IN OREGON INVOLVING AN OUT-OF-STATE VEHICLE. SUSPENDED UNTIL DRIVER

REPORTS ACCIDENT AND COMPLIES WITH THE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY LAW OR FIVE YEARS HAVE ELAPSED.

F/REPT ACC S FAILURE TO REPORT AN ACCIDENT. DRIVING PRIVILEGES ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL THE DRIVER REPORTS THE

ACCIDENT OR FIVE YEARS FROM THE SUSPENSION EFFECTIVE DATE. NO SUSPENSION HAS BEEN ENTERED UNDER

THIS CODE SINCE JANUARY 1, 1986.

F/RP ACC/H S After hearing suspension to F/RPT ACC suspension.

F/RPT AC/H S After hearing suspension to F/RPT ACCD suspension.

F/RPT ACC S Failure to file an accident report. Suspended for five years or until the report is filed.

Exempt from insurance requirements.

F/RPT ACCD S Failure to report an accident. Suspended until driver files an accident report or five

years from the suspension effective date.

FC MEDRQ1H S After hearing suspension to F/C MEDRQ1 suspension.

FC MEDRQ2H S After hearing suspension to F/C MEDRQ2 suspension.

FINAL HAZ C DMV received a Final Determination of Threat Assessment for the driver from TSA.

CDL is cancelled until driver brings in CDL to remove the hazmat endorsement.

FL/AT/ELUD S Driver convicted of fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer. Suspension length

depends on prior convictions for CRIMNL MIS, FL/AT ELUD, RECKLSS DR, RECK

ENDGR, F PER/DUTY, R END H/WKR and MENACING within a five year period.

Driving privileges are suspended for: 90 days for the first offense, one year for a

second offense and three years for a third offense.

FLS APP DL C FALSE APPLICATION FOR A DRIVER LICENSE OR PERMIT. MAY REAPPLY FOR A NEW LICENSE OR PERMIT ONE YEAR

FROM THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THECANCELLATION.

FLS APP ID C SAME AS FLS APP DL CANCELLATION.

FMCSA DISQ S MV has been notified that the FMCSA Asst Administrator has determined that

operation of a CMV by the driver constitutes an imminent hazard. Suspended up to

one year as specified by FMCSA. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

FPDD*/INC R Driver convicted of failure to perform the duties of a driver to injured persons, and a

person was killed as a result of the accident. Sentencing included incarceration. The

suspension is imposed upon notice of conviction, but has no end date until DMV

receives notice of the person’s release from incarceration for the related conviction.

The suspension period ends five years from the date of release from incarceration.

FPDUTY CDL S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense failed to perform

the duties of a driver involved in an accident. Suspended for one year. (This

suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

FPDUTY CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense failed to perform

the duties of a drive involved in an accident. Suspension length is increased due to

prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another

state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see

OAR 735-070-0200).

FPDUTY HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials failed to perform the duties of a

driver involved in an accident. Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of the

person’s CDL only.)

FRAUD ID C SAME AS FRAUD DL CANCELLATION.

FRS21 DL S Suspended for making a false application for a license, permit or ID card. May be

eligible for early reinstatement if the sole reason for committing the offense was to

appear 21 or older for the purpose of purchasing or consuming alcohol or entering

premises prohibited to those under the age of 21. Suspended up to one year.

FRS21 DL/H S After hearing suspension to FRS21 DL suspension.

FRS DL S Suspended for making a false application for a driver license or permit. Discovered

during the 1:N biometric check process.

FRS DL/H S After hearing suspension to FRS DL suspension.

FRS ID S Suspended for making a false application for an identification card. Discovered

during the 1:N biometric check process.

FRS ID/H S After hearing suspension to FRS ID suspension.

HAB OFF/AR R Driver has been revoked as a habitual offender (convicted of 20 minor or 3 major

traffic crimes within 5 years). Eligible for reinstatement after five years.

HAB OFF/H R AFTER HEARING REVOCATION TO HABITL OFF REVOCATION.

HABITL OFF R DRIVER HAS BEEN REVOKED AS A HABITUAL OFFENDER. REVOCATION PERIOD IS FOR FIVE YEARS.

HIT/RUN R Hit and run after an accident which resulted in personal injury or death of another

person. Revoked for one year.

HR CDL S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense was convicted of

Hit and Run. Suspended for 1 year. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

HR CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense was convicted of

Hit and Run. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in

Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL

only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

HR HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials was convicted of Hit and Run.

Suspended for 3 years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

IMMED HAZ C DMV received an Initial Determination of Threat Assessment and Immediate

Revocation for the driver from TSA. CDL is cancelled until driver brings in CDL to

remove the hazmat endorsement.

INTER HAZ C Driver has not initiated required interim TSA security background check. CDL is

cancelled until driver brings in CDL to remove the hazmat endorsement.

INV DL/D

INV DL/C

S Using an invalid Oregon driver license. Suspended for one year. The “D” in the literal

means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means the suspension was

based on a conviction.

INV DL/H S After hearing suspension to INV DL/D suspension.

INV ID/D

S

Using an invalid Oregon identification card. Suspended for one year. The “D” in the

literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means the suspension

was based on a conviction.

INV ID/C

INV ID/H S After hearing suspension to INV ID/D suspension.

JUDG UNS/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO JUDG UNS/H SUSPENSION.

JUDG UNSAT S Judgment rendered against a person for damages in an automobile accident have

not been paid. Suspended until the judgment is satisfied; or 7 years from judgment

rendered date.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

M10CDLRAIL S Driver of a CMV was convicted of failure to obey a traffic control device or the

directions of an enforcement official at a railroad-highway grade crossing.

Suspended for 60 days. This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

M20CDLRAIL S Driver of a CMV who is not required to always stop at a railroad-highway grade

crossing was convicted of failure to slow down and check that tracks are clear of

approaching train. Suspended for 60 days. This suspension is of the person’s CDL

only.

M21CDLRAIL S Driver of a CMV who is not required to always stop at a railroad-highway grade

crossing was convicted of failure to stop before reaching track when the tracks are

not clear. Suspended for 60 days. This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

M22CDLRAIL S Driver of a CMV who is not required to always stop at a railroad-highway grade

crossing was convicted of failure to stop as required before driving onto the crossing.

Suspended for 60 days. This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

M23CDLRAIL S Driver of a CMV was convicted of failing to have sufficient space to drive completely

through a railroad-highway grade crossing without stopping. Suspended for 60 days.

This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

M24CDLRAIL S Driver of a CMV was convicted of failing to negotiate a railroad-highway grade

crossing because of insufficient undercarriage clearance. Suspended for 60 days.

This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.

MANSLAUTR R Driver revoked for 10 years for a conviction of manslaughter resulting from the

operation of a motor vehicle. If the person was incarcerated as a result of the

conviction, the revocation period will not begin until DMV receives notice that they

have been released from incarceration. Older revocation entries will show a five year

revocation period.

MANSLTR/P R Driver convicted of manslaughter resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

Revoked permanently by court order. Person may petition the court to restore driving

privileges no sooner than ten years from the date the person is released from

incarceration.

MANSL/INC R Driver convicted of manslaughter resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

Sentencing included incarceration. The revocation is imposed upon notice of

conviction, but has no end date until DMV receives notice of the person’s release

from incarceration for this and any other crime arising from the same criminal

episode. The revocation period ends ten years from the date of release from

incarceration.

MDODNYTST1 C Medical Determination Officer has denied further testing.

MDODNYTST2 C Medical Determination Officer has denied further testing (immediate cancellation).

MDODNYTSTH C After hearing cancellation to MDODNYTST cancellation.

MED C S A court finds a person charged with a traffic offense guilty except for insanity and the

person is committed to jurisdiction of the Psychiatric Security Review Board. A copy

of the final judgment is sent to DMV to suspend the person’s driving privilege.

Suspended until the person establishes eligibility under ORS 807.090.

MED P S Present physical or mental condition renders it unsafe for the person to operate a

motor vehicle. Suspended until the person establishes eligibility under ORS 807.090.

MED RECERT S Immediate suspension under the At-Risk Driver mandatory medical program

recertification process.

MED S S State Hospital Superintendent informed DMV that driver is not competent to drive.

Suspended until DMV receives recommendation of the State Hospital

Superintendent, a judicial decree of competency, or a favorable determination from

the Medical Determination Officer.

MED V S Driver’s vision does not meet state vision standards. Suspended until driver’s vision

meets state vision standards.

MED1 S Immediate suspension under the At-Risk Driver mandatory medical reporting

program.

MED2 S Immediate suspension under the At-Risk Driver mandatory medical reporting

program.

MED3 S Immediate suspension under the At-Risk Driver mandatory medical reporting

program.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

MED4 S Immediate suspension under the At-Risk Driver mandatory medical reporting

program.

MED5 S Immediate suspension under the At-Risk Driver mandatory medical reporting

program.

MENACING S Menacing with a Motor Vehicle. See FL/AT ELUD for suspension lengths.

MISREP AGE S Minor convicted of misrepresentation of age in order to purchase or consume

alcohol. Suspended for one year.

MISUSE DL C MISUSE OF A DRIVER LICENSE OR PERMIT. MAY REAPPLY FOR A NEW LICENSE OR PERMIT ONE YEAR FROM THE

EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE CANCELLATION.

MNSLTR/INC R DRIVER CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER RESULTING FROM THE OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE. SENTENCING

INCLUDED INCARCERATION. THE REVOCATION IS IMPOSED UPON NOTICE OF THE CONVICTION, BUT HAS NO

ENDING DATE UNTIL DMV RECEIVES NOTICE OF THE PERSON’S RELEASE FROM THE INCARCERATION FOR THE

RELATED CONVICTION. THE REVOCATION PERIOD ENDS EIGHT YEARS FROM THE DATE OF RELEASE FROM

INCARCERATION.

MSREP DL/D

MSREP DL/C

S Making an unlawful misrepresentation with a driver license. Suspended for one year.

The “D” in the literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means

the suspension was based on a conviction.

MSREP DL/H S After hearing suspension to MSREP DL/D suspension.

MSREP ID/D S

Making an unlawful misrepresentation with an identification card. Suspended for one

year. The “D” in the literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal

means the suspension was based on a conviction.

MSREP ID/C

MSREP ID/H S After hearing suspension to MSREP ID/D suspension.

MURDER R Driver revoked for ten years for a conviction of murder resulting from the operation of

a motor vehicle. Older revocation entries will show an eight year revocation period.

MURDER/INC R Driver convicted of murder resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.

Sentencing included incarceration. The revocation is imposed upon notice of

conviction, but has no end date until DMV receives notice of the person’s release

from incarceration for this and any other crime arising from the same criminal

episode. The revocation period ends ten years from the date of release from

incarceration. Older revocation entries will display an eight year revocation period.

MURDER/P R Driver convicted of murder resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle. Revoked

permanently by court order. Person may petition the court to restore driving

privileges no sooner than ten years from the date the person is released from

incarceration.

MV FEL CDL S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense was convicted of

crime punishable as a felony. Suspended for one year. (This suspension is of the

person’s CDL only.)

M/FEL CDL* S Driver of a CMV or CDL holder at the time of offense was convicted of crime

punishable as a felony. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV

offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime

suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see OAR 735-

070-0200).

MV FELNY/H R AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO MV FELONY REVOCATION.

MV FELONY R Using a motor vehicle in the commission of a felony. Revoked for one year.

MVFEL HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials was convicted of crime punishable

as a felony. Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL

only.)

N/ENT CDL C Not entitled to a CDL for various reasons, such as a discrepancy with an SSN or

CDL tests were improperly administered. Cancelled until driver meets requirements.

N/ENT DL C Not entitled to a driver license or permit for various reasons. Driving privileges may

have been suspended/revoked in Oregon or another state when license or permit

was issued; an error was made when the license was issued; a business address

was used, rather than a residence address; or no further testing to obtain a license

will be granted. Cancelled until driver meets requirements.

N/ENT DL/H C After hearing suspension to N/ENT DL suspension.

N/ENT FARM C Driver is not qualified for a farm endorsement due to a lifetime CDL suspension.

License is cancelled until farm endorsement is surrendered or CDL suspension is

cleared.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

N/ENT ID C Not entitled to an identification card. An error may have been made when card was

issued; a business address may have been used rather than a residence address;

the person may not be an Oregon resident, etc. Canceled until the driver meets

requirements.

NEG HOM/IN R DRIVER CONVICTED OF NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE RESULTING FROM THE OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE.

SENTENCING INCLUDED INCARCERATION. THE REVOCATION IS IMPOSED UPON NOTICE OF THE CONVICTION, BUT

HAS NO ENDING DATE UNTIL DMV RECEIVES NOTICE OF THE PERSON’S RELEASE FROM THE INCARCERATION

IMPOSE BY THE RELATED CONVICTION. THE REVOCATION PERIOD ENDS EIGHT YEARS FROM THE DATE OF

RELEASE.

NEG HOMC/P R Driver convicted of criminally negligent homicide resulting from the operation of a

motor vehicle. Revoked permanently by court order. Person may petition the court to

restore driving privileges no sooner than ten years from the date the person is

released from incarceration.

NEG HOMICD R Driver was convicted of negligent homicide resulting from the operation of a motor

vehicle. Revoked for ten years. If the person was incarcerated as a result of the

conviction, the revocation period will not begin until DMV receives notice that they

have been released from incarceration. Some older entries will appear on records

showing a five or eight year revocation period.

NEGHOM/INC R Driver convicted of criminally negligent homicide resulting from the operation of a

motor vehicle. Sentencing included incarceration. The revocation is imposed upon

notice of conviction, but has no end date until DMV receives notice of the person’s

release from incarceration for this and any other crime arising from the same criminal

episode. The revocation period ends ten years from the date of release from

incarceration.

NSF CHECK S A check returned to DMV for non-sufficient funds and the person has not reimbursed

DMV. Suspended indefinitely or until payment is made, including an NSF check fee.

O/S BFLCMV S Driver of a CMV failed breath test in another state with a blood alcohol content of

.04% or greater. Suspended for one year. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL

only.)

O/SBFLCMV* S Driver of a CMV failed a blood test in another state. Suspension length is increased

due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in

another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10

years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

O/SBFLHAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials failed breath test in another state

with a blood alcohol content of .04% or greater. Suspended for three years. (This

suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

O/S BFLHAZ* S Driver of a CMV or driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense transporting

hazardous materials failed a blood test in another state. Suspension length is

increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior

offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement

after 10 years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

O/S REFUSE S Driver of a non-CMV refused a chemical breath test in another state. Suspended

until the driver is cleared in the other state.

O/S RF CMV S Driver of a CMV or a driver holding a CDL at the time of the offense refused to

submit to blood alcohol content test in another state. Suspended for three years.

(This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

O/S RF HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials refused to submit to a blood

alcohol content test in another state. Suspended for five years. (This suspension is

of the person’s CDL only.)

O/S RFCDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense refused to submit

to blood alcohol content test in another state. Suspension length is increased due to

prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another

state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see

OAR 735-070-0200).

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

O/S RFHAZ* S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials refused to submit to a blood

alcohol content test in another state. Suspension length is increased due to prior

major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent in another state. If driver has

other open implied consent suspensions on their record (includes any pending

suspension arising out of same arrest), this suspension begins on the ending date of

that suspension. Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10

years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

O/SBACFAIL S Driver of a non-CMV failed a breath test in another state with a blood alcohol content

of .08% of more (any amount if under 21). Suspended until the driver is cleared in

the other state.

O/SVC CDL3 S Driver of a CMV violated an out-of-service order. Third or subsequent offense.

Suspended for five years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

O/SVC HAZ S Driver of a commercial motor vehicle carrying hazardous materials, or a vehicle

designed to carry 16 or more passengers (including the driver), violated an out-ofservice

order. Suspended for one year. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL

only.)

O/SVC HAZ* S Driver of a commercial motor vehicle carrying hazardous materials, or a vehicle

designed to carry 16 or more passengers (including the driver), violated an out-ofservice

order. Second offense. Suspended for five years. (This suspension is of the

person’s CDL only.)

OS FAC CDL S DRIVER OF A CMV OR A DRIVER WITH A VALID CDL AT THE TIME OF OFFENSE FAILED TO APPEAR OR FAILED TO

COMPLY AS ORDERED BY ANOTHER STATE. SUSPENDED FOR FIVE YEARS OR UNTIL A CLEARANCE IS RECEIVED

FROM THE OTHER STATE, WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST. (THIS SUSPENSION IS OF THE PERSON’S CDL ONLY.)

OSFAC CDL/ S Driver of a CMV or driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense failed to appear or

railed to comply as ordered by another state. Suspended for ten years or until a

clearance is received from the other state, whichever occurs first. (This suspension

is of the person’s CDL only.)

OTHER DL/D

OTHER DL/C

S Using another person’s driver license. Suspended for one year. The “D” in the literal

means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means the suspension was

based on a conviction.

OTHER DL/H S After hearing suspension to OTHER DL/D suspension.

OTHER ID/D S

OTHER ID/C

Using an identification card belonging to another person. This applies only to cards

issued by DMV. Suspended for one year. The “D” in the literal means it was

determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means the suspension was based on a

conviction.

OTHER ID/H S After hearing suspension to OTHER ID/D suspension.

OWNER AC/H S After hearing suspension to OWNER ACC suspension.

OWNER ACC S A vehicle registered to one person and driven by someone else was involved in an

uninsured accident. Owner is suspended until they comply with future responsibility

filing requirements. Note: It is possible to see this suspension even if there is no

accident posted to the record.

PAR SIG C Withdrawal of parental signature on a license or permit for a driver under 18 years of

age. May reapply with a new parental signature, if declared an emancipated minor

by a court, reaches 18 years of age, or gets married.

PERJURY R Perjury or false affidavit to DMV under any law of this state requiring the registration

of vehicles or regulating their operation on highways. Revoked for one year.

PROD DL/D

S

Unlawfully producing a driver license. Suspended for one year. The “D” in the literal

means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means the suspension was

based on a conviction.

PROD DL/C

PROD DL/H S After hearing suspension to PROD DL/D suspension.

PROD ID/D S

Unlawfully producing an Oregon identification card. Suspended for one year. The “D”

in the literal means it was determined by DMV. The “C” in the literal means the

suspension was based on a conviction.

PROD ID/C

PROD ID/H S After hearing suspension to PROD ID/D suspension.

PROLIC ACT S Driver suspended in accordance with Professional License Act of 1993 for failure to

pay child support. Suspended until a notice is received from a District Attorney or

Support Enforcement Division (SED) allowing a driver to reinstate. (This suspension

is of the person’s CDL only.)

PRV_ACC/H S After hearing suspension to PRV ACCAPA suspension.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

PRV_ACCAPA S Provisional driver suspended for six months based on having three or more

preventable accidents, or a combination of accidents and driver improvement

violations that totals three or more, prior to reaching their 18 th birthday.

PRV_CONVAR S Provisional driver suspended for six months based on receiving three or more driver

improvement violations prior to their 18 th birthday.

PRV/DRIC S Driver attended provisional driver improvement interview and was required by

counselor to take a driver improvement course. Suspended for five years, or until

course has been completed.

PRV/INT S DRIVER FAILED TO APPEAR FOR PROVISIONAL DRIVER IMPROVEMENT INTERVIEW. SUSPENDED FOR FIVE YEARS,

OR UNTIL DRIVER ATTENDS THE INTERVIEW.

PRV/MJR S Driver is convicted of major traffic offense prior to their 18 th birthday. Suspended for

one year.

PRV/REF S Driver attended provisional driver improvement interview and was given a referral to

another agency. Referral form, signed by representative of agency and returned to

DMV has not been received by DMV within 30 days. Suspended for five years, or

until referral form is signed and returned to DMV.

PRV/TEST S Driver attended a provisional driver improvement interview and was required by

counselor to complete all tests for a driver license. Suspended for five years, or until

tests have been completed.

R/BLD CDL S Driver of a CMV refused to submit to blood test taken for blood alcohol content while

receiving medical care in a health facility after a motor vehicle accident. Suspended

for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

R/BLD CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense refused to have a

blood test taken for blood alcohol content while receiving medical care in a health

facility after a motor vehicle accident. Suspension length is increased due to prior

major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state.

Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see OAR

735-070-0200).

R/BLD HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials refused to submit to blood test

taken for blood alcohol content while receiving medical care in a health facility after a

motor vehicle accident. Suspended for five years. (This suspension is of the person’s

CDL only.)

R/BLD HAZ* S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials refused to have a blood test taken

for blood alcohol content while receiving medical care in a health facility after a motor

vehicle accident. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV

offense in Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime

suspension of CDL only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see OAR 735-

070-0200).

R/BLD TST S Refused to submit to a blood test under Implied Consent Law, while receiving

medical care in a health care facility immediately after a motor vehicle accident.

Suspended for 1 year.

R/BLD TST* S Same as R/BLD TST (328). Suspension length is increased because at the time of

arrest driver was participating in an alcohol diversion program or, within five years

preceding the arrest, driver began participation in an alcohol diversion program,

began serving an Implied Consent suspension, or was convicted of DUII. Suspended

for three years.

R/BR/T H S DRIVER REFUSED A BREATH TEST, THE SUSPENSION WAS RESCINDED PENDING THE HEARING AND WAS RE-

IMPOSED AFTER HEARING.

R/UA CDL S Driver of a CMV or driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense refused to submit to

a urine test. Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL

only.)

R/UA CDL* S Driver of a CMV or driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense refused to submit to

a urine test. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in

Oregon or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL

only. Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

R/UA HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials refused to submit to a urine test.

Suspended for five years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

R/UA HAZ* S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials refused to submit to a urine test.

Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an

equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only.

Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

REC DR 2 R TWO RECKLESS DRIVING CONVICTIONS WITHIN A TWO YEAR PERIOD. REVOCATION IS FOR ONE YEAR. THIS

REVOCATION CODE HAS NOT BEEN POSTED SINCE JUNE 1, 1985.

RECK DR/H S AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO RECKLSS DR SUSPENSION.

R/END H/WK S Driver recklessly endangered life of a highway worker in a highway work zone. See

FL/AT ELUD for suspension lengths.

RECK ENDGR S Recklessly endangering another person with a motor vehicle. See FL/AT ELUD for

suspension lengths.

RECKLSS DR S Reckless Driving. See FL/AT ELUD for suspension lengths.

REF BR/TST S DRIVER REFUSED ALCOHOL BREASTH TEST. DRIVER WAIVED HEARING RIGHT AFTER A HEARING WAS REQUESTED.

SUSPENDED FOR 120 DAYS.

REFUS BT S Driver refused a breath test. Suspended for one year.

REFUS BT* S Driver refused a breath test. Increased suspension length because at the time of

arrest, driver participated in an alcohol diversion program, or within five years

preceding the arrest, driver began participation in an alcohol diversion program,

began serving an Implied Consent suspension, or was convicted of DUII. Suspended

for three years.

REFUS CDL S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of arrest refused a breath

test. Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

REFUS CDL* S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of arrest refused a breath

test. Suspension length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon

or an equivalent prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only.

Conditional reinstatement after 10 years (see OAR 735-070-0200).

REFUS HAZ S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials refused a breath test. Suspended

for five years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

REFUS HAZ* S Driver of a CMV transporting hazardous materials refused a breath test. Suspension

length is increased due to prior major CDL/CMV offense in Oregon or an equivalent

prior offense in another state. Lifetime suspension of CDL only. Conditional

reinstatement after 10 years.

REFUSE DISQ S Driver of a CMV or a driver with a valid CDL at the time of offense refused to submit

to breath, blood or urine test after imposition of reinstatement of a CDL lifetime (10

year) suspension. Lifetime suspension of CDL only – NOT eligible for conditional

reinstatement after 10 years.

REFUSE UA S Driver refused to submit to a urine test. If the driver has another current implied

consent suspension on their record (includes any pending suspension arising out of

same arrest), this suspension begins on the ending date of that suspension.

Suspended for one year.

REFUSE UA* S Driver refused to submit to a urine test. Suspension length is increased because at

the time of arrest driver was participating in an alcohol diversion program; or, within

five years preceding the arrest driver began participation in an alcohol diversion

program, began serving an Implied Consent suspension, or was convicted of DUII. If

the driver has another open implied consent suspension on their record (includes

any pending suspension arising out of same arrest), this suspension begins on the

ending date of that suspension. Suspended for three years.

SCH ATTEND S Suspended based on notification by School Board/District that a student between the

ages of 15 and 18 has withdrawn from school as defined in ORS 339.257(2).

SCHOOL 1 S School Board or Superintendent requested suspension of driving privileges for

student who was suspended or expelled from school for bringing weapon to school,

assault, menacing or willful damage to school property. Suspension is for a

maximum of one year.

SCHOOL 2 S Second or subsequent request from School Board or Superintendent. Suspended

until age 21.

SER ACC S A serious accident suspension may be ordered by DMV after a fatal accident if DMV

has reason to believe the driver contributed to the accident by being incompetent,

negligent, or recklessly or unlawfully operating a motor vehicle. Suspended for one

year.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

SER ACC/H S After hearing suspension to SER ACC suspension.

SER VIOL1 S Driver of a CMV was convicted of two serious traffic offenses within a three year

period. Suspended for 60 days. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

SER VIOL2 S Driver of a CMV was convicted of three serious traffic offenses within a three year

period. Suspended for 120 days. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

SERIOUS AC S DMV imposed a serious accident suspension after a fatal accident and DMV had

reason to believe the driver caused and contributed to the accident by being

incompetent, negligent, or recklessly or unlawfully operating a motor vehicle.

Suspended for one year.

SPL VIOL C Operating a vehicle outside restrictions designated on an Emergency Operator’s

Permit or Student Permit. Permit is canceled until the person is 16 years old.

SPL VIOL/H C After hearing cancellation to SPL VIOL cancellation.

SUSP F/A S SUSPENSION DUE TO A FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT.

SUSP F/C S SUSPENSION DUE TO A FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH A COURT.

SUSP NSF S SUSPENSION DUE TO A NON-SUFFICIENT FUND CHECK.

TAMP IID S Tampering with an Ignition Interlock Device (IID). Suspended until ending date of IID

requirement (one year a first conviction or two years for a second or subsequent

DUII conviction).

THEFT GAS S Convicted of theft when the theft was of gasoline. Suspended for six months.

TOBACCO S Suspended based on court notification – possession of tobacco through

misrepresentation of age. Suspended for period of time determined by court, up to a

maximum of one year.

UNAT USE/H R AFTER HEARING SUSPENSION TO UNAUTH USE SUSPENSION.

UNAUTH USE R Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Revoked for one year.

UNSAT JUDG S SAME AS JUDG UNSAT SUSPENSION.

UNSAT MED S Medical certification is denied by the Medical Determination Officer. Suspended

indefinitely or until certification is approved.

UNSAT REQ C Canceled under At-Risk Driver mandatory medical reporting program for inability to

meet medical requirement.

UNSAT REQ1 C Cancellation – Inability to meet licensing requirement under mandatory medical

reporting program (immediate cancellation).

UNSAT REQH C After hearing cancellation to UNSAT REQ cancellation.

V HOM/INC R Driver convicted of aggravated vehicle homicide. Sentencing included incarceration.

The revocation is imposed upon notice of conviction, but has no end date until DMV

receives notice of the person’s release from incarceration for this and any other

crime arising from the same criminal episode. The revocation period ends ten years

from the date of release from incarceration.

V OUT/SVC S Driver of a commercial motor vehicle violated an out-of-service order. Suspended for

180 days. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.) Older suspension entries

will indicate a 90 day suspension period.

V/OUT SVC* S Driver of a commercial motor vehicle violated an out-of-service order. Second

offense. Suspended for three years. (This suspension is of the person’s CDL only.)

V/PROB/AR R DRIVER VIOLATED THE REQUIREMENTS OF A PROBATIONARY PERMIT. REVOKED FOR ONE YEAR.

V/REQ/AR R DRIVER VIOLATED THE REQUIREMENTS OF A HARDSHIP PERMIT ISSUED DURING A SUSPENSION OTHER THAN A

DUII. REVOKED FOR ONE YEAR OR UNTIL END OF THE UNDERLYING SUSPENSION, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.

VEH HOM R Driver convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide. Revoked for ten years. Older

revocation entries will show eight year revocation period.

VEH HOM/P R Driver convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide. Revoked permanently by court

order. Person may petition the court to restore driving privileges no sooner than ten

years from the date the person is released from incarceration.

VEH SUSP S ALL VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS CURRENTLY REGISTERED TO A DRIVER ARE SUSPENDED BECAUSE DRIVER IS

CONVICTED OF A SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT CHARGE OF DUII OR DWS OR DWR. OR, COURT FOUND THAT THE

OWNER KNOWINGLY ALLOWED A SUSPENDED DRIVER TO OPERATE THEIR VEHICLE. SUSPENDED FOR A MAXIMUM

OF 120 DAYS. THIS SUSPENSION DOES NOT AFFECT THE STATUS OF THE DRIVER LICENSE.

VIOL CON/H R After hearing suspension to VIOL COND revocation.

VIOL COND R Driver violated the conditions of a hardship permit issued during a DUII suspension.

The permit is revoked for one year or until the ending date of the DUII suspension,

whichever comes first.

VIOL C-PMT S VIOLATIONS OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF A HARDSHIP PERMIT ISSUED DURING A CANCELLATION. DRIVING

PRIVILEGES ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL THE ENDING DATE OF THE HARDSHIP PERMIT.

VIOL PRO/H R After hearing suspension to VIOL PROB revocation.

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Literal Type Sanction Reason/Information

VIOL PROB R Driver violated the conditions of a probationary permit (issued during a habitual

offender revocation). Permit is revoked for one year, during which driver is not

eligible for any license or permit.

VIOL REQ R Driver violated the requirements of a hardship permit issued during any suspension

other than a DUII. The permit is revoked for one year or until the ending date of the

underlying suspension, whichever comes first.

VIOL REQ/H R After hearing suspension to VIOL REQ suspension.

VIOL RST S Usually second offense for violating a license restriction, such as not wearing

corrective lenses. Suspended for 30 days. If restriction is removed prior to end date

of suspension, driving privileges can be reinstated. If convicted or violating a Driver

Improvement restriction, then 1 st conviction results in suspension.

WDRAW MH/H R After hearing suspension or revocation to WITHDRW MH suspension.

WITHDRW MH R Withdrawal of mental health recommendation for a hardship permit issued during a

suspension for a second or subsequent DUII. First withdrawal is a suspension until

ending date of the DUII suspension or until a new recommendation is received by

DMV. Second withdrawal is a one year revocation or until the ending date of the

suspension, whichever comes first.

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STANDARD CONVICTION ABBREVIATIONS TABLE

The Standard Convictions Abbreviations table contains the standard conviction abbreviations used

by DMV to post convictions to driving records. The table is made up of the following four columns:

COLUMN 1 – LITERAL

This column contains either the Oregon conviction abbreviation (literal) or the out-of-state ACD

code.

Oregon conviction abbreviations are three to 12 character alpha/numeric abbreviations for the

offenses.

ACD codes are the standardized codes as determined by the AAMVA Code Dictionary (ACD) used

to transfer driving record information from state to state. ACD codes are three characters; an alpha

character followed by a two-digit number. These codes appear on Oregon driver records as

convictions or withdrawals:



When an out-of-state commercial licensed driver moves to Oregon and the driver’s previous

state driving record is transferred electronically to Oregon; or

When an Oregon licensed driver receives a conviction in another state. The out-of-state

conviction is entered on the Oregon driver record using ACD codes.

COLUMN 2 – CITE

This column references the Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) or other cite authority for the offense.

The following are examples of the entries found in this column.

807.610 .........ORS Chapter 807, Section 610.

F397.5...........Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, as contained in Title 49 of the Code of Federal

Regulations, Part 397, Section 5.

L O ................Local (town/city) Ordinance

COLUMN 3 – CLASSIFICATION

This column lists the maximum (most serious) classification (class) type and code allowed for the

offense. The driving record may show a lesser class type and code than the one noted in the table

column, but not higher.

Class Types

(‘F’ being the most serious)

F – Felony

M – Misdemeanor

V – Violation

LO – Local Ordinance

COLUMN 4 – TEXT

Class Codes

(‘A’ being the most serious)

A

B

C

D

This column contains a summary of the offense as written in applicable law, regulation, or rule. If

the abbreviation shown in the “Literal” column (1) is an ACD code, the text column will contain the

standardized definition of the code.

Conviction information shown in SUBSCRIPT text indicates the entry type is obsolete. Obsolete entry

types are no longer used (entered on records), but may still appear on some driving records.

LITERAL CITE CLASS TEXT

A04 Driving under the influence of alcohol with BAC at or over .04

A08 Driving under the influence of alcohol with BAC at or over .08

A10 Driving under the influence of alcohol with BAC at or over .10

A11

Driving under the influence of alcohol with BAC at a specified amount

(will vary depending on the convicting state)

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LITERAL CITE CLASS TEXT

A12

Refused to submit to test for alcohol – implied consent law

A20

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs

A21

Driving under the influence of alcohol

A22

Driving under the influence of drugs

A23

Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs

A24

Driving under the influence of medication not intended to intoxicate

A25

Driving while impaired

A26

Drinking alcohol while operating a vehicle

A27

A31

A33

A35

A40

A41

A50

A51

DRIVING AFTER DRINKING – LEVEL OF INTOXICATION OR IMPAIRMENT NOT KNOWN

Illegal possession of alcohol

Illegal possession of drugs (controlled substance)

Possession of open alcohol container

AIDING IN VIOLATION OF IGNITION INTERLOCK OR IMMOBILIZATION DEVICE

Driver violation of ignition interlock or immobilization device

Motor vehicle used in manufacturing, distributing, or dispensing

controlled substance

TRANSPORTING LIQUOR ILLEGALLY

A60

Underage convicted of driving and driving at .02 or higher BAC

A61

Underage admin per se – drinking and driving at .02 or higher BAC

A90

Administrative per se for .10 BAC

A94

Administrative per se for .04 BAC

A98

Administrative per se for .08 BAC

A DNG OP A/S 821.250 V A Permitting dangerous operation of a snowmobile or an ATV

AGG DWS/DWR C.783 F A Aggravated driving while suspended or revoked

A MISUSE DL 807.590 M A Permitting misuse of license

A MISUSE ID 807.430 M A Permitting the misuse of an identification card

A OP NREG VH 803.320 V D Permitting unlawful operation of an unregistered vehicle

A UNL OP VH 811.255 V B Permitting unlawful operation of a vehicle

ABAND VH 819.100 V B Abandoning a vehicle

ALT PLT V B ALTERATION OF, OR DISPLAY OF ALTERED PLATES

ALT/I DS PLT 803.550 V B Alteration of; or illegal display of plates

ALT POL EQ 815.305 M A Unlawful disconnection or alteration of pollution control equipment

ASSLT B/P MV 811.060 M A Assault on a bicyclist or pedestrian

ASSAULT MV F A SEE: ASSAULT MV (163.185); ASSAULT MV 2 (163.175); ASSAULT MV 3; ASSAULT MV 4

ASSAULT MV 1 163.185 F A Assault in the first degree

ASSAULT MV 2 163.175 F B Assault in the second degree

ASSAULT MV 3 163.165 F B Assault in the third degree

ASSAULT MV 4 163.160 F C Assault in the fourth degree

ATT ASSAULT 163.185 F B Attempted assault (136.460)

ATT DWS/DWR 811.182 Attempted criminal driving while suspended

ATV N DL/P 821.172 V C ATV OPERATION WITHOUT DRIVING PRIVILEGES (PERMIT)

B01

Hit and run – failure to stop and render aid after accident

B02

Hit and run – failure to stop and render aid after accident – fatal

B03

Hit and run – failure to stop and render aid after personal injury accident

B04

Hit and run – failure to stop and render aid after property damage

accident

B05

Leaving accident scene before police arrive

B06

Leaving accident scene before police arrive – fatal accident

B07

Leaving accident scene before police arrive – personal injury accident

B08

Leaving accident scene before police arrive – property damage

accident

B12

B13

B14

B19

B20

B21

REFUSAL TO REVEAL IDENTITY AFTER ACCIDENT – PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENT

FAILURE OF DUTIES UPON DAMAGING UNATTENDED VEHICLE OR INJURING ANIMAL

Failure to reveal identity after fatal or personal injury accident

Driving while out-of-service order is in effect and transporting 16 or

more passengers including the driver and/or transporting hazardous

materials that require a placard

Driving while license withdrawn

Driving while license barred

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B22

Driving while license cancelled

B23

Driving while license denied

B24

Driving while license disqualified

B25

Driving while license revoked

B26

Driving while license suspended

B27

General driving while out of service order is in effect

B29

B30

B41

B42

B43

B50

B51

B53

B54

B55

B56

B60

B61

B62

B63

B64

B65

B70

B72

B74

B75

B76

B77

B78

B80

B81

B82

B83

B87

B90

B91

B93

DRIVING WHILE REGIRATION SUSPENDED

PERMIT UNLICENSED DRIVER TO DRIVE

Possess or provide counterfeit or altered driver license (DL, CDL, IP or

ID)

POSSESS OR PROVIDE COUNTERFEIT OR ALTERED REGISTRATION OR TITLE

MISSING, DEFACED, OR OBSCURED LICENSE PLATES

EXPIRED OR NO DOCUMENT (OR ITEM) WHICH IS REQUIRED

Expired or no driver license (DL, CDL, IP)

EXPIRED OR NO LICERNSE PLATES OR DECAL/STICKER

EXPIRED OR NO REGISTRATION OR TITLE

EXPIRED OR NO VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTION

Driving a CMV without obtaining a CDL

FAILED TO FILE DOCUMENT OR REPORT AS REQUIRED

Failed to file accident report

FAILED TO FILE CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR NAME

Failed to file future proof of financial responsibility

Failed to file insurance certification

Failed to file medical certification/disability information

FAILED TO SHOW DOCUMENT AS REQUIRED

FAILED TO SHOW DRIVER LICENSE (DL, CDL, IP, ID)

Failed to show insurance certification

FAILED TO SHOW OPERATOR’S (DRIVER’S) LOG

FAILED TO SHOW REGISTRATION

FAILED TO SHOW REGISTRATION, TITLE OR DRIVER LICENSE (DL, CDL, IP, ID)

Failed to show non-commercial driver license (includes Instruction

Permit)

FAILED TO SURRENDER DRIVER LICENSE (DL, CDL, IP, ID)

FAILED TO SURRENDER DRIVER LICENSE, REGISTRATION, PLATES, OR TITLE

FAILED TO SURRENDER REGISTRATION, PLATES, OR TITLE

FALSE REPORT

FALSE REPORT OR OPERATOR’S (DRIVER’S) LOG

FAILED TO PROVIDE OR SUBMIT TITLE TRANSFER DOCUMENTS

Improper classification or endorsement on driver license (DL, CDL, IP)

LOAN REGISTRATION OR PLATES TO ANOTHER PERSON

BLK DISBL PK 811.617 V D Blocking a parking space reserved for disabled persons

C11

C12

C16

DRIVING CMV WITH ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION OF .04% OR MORE

OPERATING A CMV WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICANTS

USING A COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE IN THE COMMISSION OF A FELONY

C CHD EXT VH V B CARRYING A CHILD ON EXTERNAL PART OF VEHICLE

C DOG EXT VH 811.200 V D Carrying a dog on external part of vehicle

C MNR EXT VH 811.205 V B Carrying minor in open bed or on external part of vehicle

C PAS MS 814.530 V D Carrying a passenger on a motor assisted scooter

CAR TFT 1 164.055 F C Theft of a vehicle in the first degree

CAR TFT 2 164.045 M A Theft of a vehicle in the second degree

CARE DR V B SEE: CARELESS DR (811.135)

CARELESS DR 811.135 V B Careless driving

CMV ALCOHOL F392.5 V A Possession/consumption of intoxicating beverage

CMV DEF EQ F393.1- V A Defective equipment

F393.94

CMV DR HRS F395.3 V A Driving and on-duty time

CMV EM EQ F393.95 V A Emergency equipment

CMV HAZ F397.1 V A Admin. Rule adopts North American uniform hazardous material out-ofservice

criteria

CMV HAZ ATND F397.5 V A Attendance and surveillance of motor vehicles

CMV LOG BK F395.8 V A Driver’s record of duty status

CMV MED CERT F391.45 V A Medical certification

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CMV UNSF LD F393.105- V A Unsafe load. “CITE also includes F393.100, F393.101 and F393.103

F393.136

CMVP O/SVC 825.990(2) M A Violation of out-of-service notice; passenger vehicle designed for 16 or

more people including the driver

COASTING 811.495 V D Unlawful coasting on a downgrade

CRIM MIS MV F C SEE: CRIM MIS MV1 (164.365); CRIM MIS MV2 (164.354); CRIM MIS MV3 (164.345)

CRIM MIS MV1 164.365 F C Criminal mischief in the 1 st degree

CRIM MIS MV2 164.354 M A Criminal mischief in the 2 nd degree

CRIM MIS MV3 164.345 M C Criminal mischief in the 3 rd degree

CRIM TRES MV 164.245 M C Criminal trespass in the second degree

CRS CTR LINE 811.310 V B Crossing the center line on a two-way, four-lane road

CRS PP INTR L O L O Local ordinance; crossing private property to avoid an intersection

CS UNR NS VH 815.025 V D Causing unreasonable noise with a vehicle

CTRL SUB 809.413 F A CDL holder using a non-CMV while committing a felony offense

involving the manufacturing, distributing or dispensing of a controlled

substance (475.840-475.894)

CTRL SUB CMV 809.413 F A Using a CMV while committing a felony offense involving the

manufacturing, distributing or dispensing of a controlled substance

(475.840-475.894)

D02

Misrepresentation of identity or other facts on app for driver license (DL,

CDL, IP)

D04

D05

D06

D07

D10

D15

D16

D17

D18

D19

D20

D21

D26

D27

D28

D29

D35

D36

D37

D38

D39

D40

D45

D51

D53

D54

D55

D56

D65

D67

D68

D70

D71

D72

D73

D74

MISREPRESENTATION OF IDENTITY OR OTHER FACTS ON APP FOR REGISTRATION OR TITLE

MISREPRESENTATION OF IDENTITY OR OTHER FACTS TO AVOID ARREST OR PROSECUTION

Misrepresentation of identity or other facts to obtain alcohol

Possess multiple driver licenses (DL, CDL, IP)

Manufacture or make false driver license (DL, CDL, IP)

SHOW OR USE IMPROPERLY – DOCUMENT (OR ITEM) NOT SPECIFIED

Show or use improperly – driver license (DL, CDL, IP)

SHOW OR USE IMPROPERLY – EMISSIONS OR VEHICLE (SAFETY) INSPECTION

SHOW OR USE IMPROPERLY – INSURANCE CERTIFICATION

SHOW OR USE IMPROPERLY – OPERATOR’S LICENSE

SHOW OR USE IMPROPERLY – REGISTRATION, PLATES, OR DECAL/STICKER

SHOW OR USE IMPROPERLY – REGISTRATION OR TITLE

USE ANOTHER’S REGISTRATION, PLATES, OR TITLE

Violate limited license conditions

VIOLATE LIMITS OF REGISTRATION (MANUFACTURER, TRANSPORTER, DEALER, FARM, ANTIQUE,

ETC.)

Violate restrictions of license (DL, CDL, IP)

Failure to comply with financial responsibility law

Failure to maintain required liability insurance

Failure to pay for damages or make installment payment

Failure to post security or obtain release from liability

Unsatisfied judgment

FAILURE TO APPEAR

Failure to appear for trial or court appearance

Failure to make required payment of child support

Failure to make required payment of fine and costs

FAILURE TO MAKE REQUIRED PAYMENT OF TAX

FAILURE TO MAKE REQUIRED PAYMENT OF TOLL

Failure to answer a citation, pay fines, penalties and/or costs related to

the original violation

DEPOSITING HARMFUL (INCLUDING INJURIOUS AND BURNING) SUBSTANCE ON TRAFFIC WAY

LITTERING FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE

THROWING FROM VEHICLE ANY HARMFUL SUBSTANCE

Driver’s view obstructed

EXCEEDING HOURS ON DUTY LIMITATIONS

Inability to control vehicle

OBSCURE, TAMPER WITH OR ILLEGAL DISPLAY GRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE, WARN,

INSTRUCTIONS

Operating a motor vehicle improperly because of drowsiness

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D75

Operating a motor vehicle improperly due to physical or mental

disability

D78

Perjury about the operation of a motor vehicle

DNG LFT TRN 811.350 V B Dangerous left turn

DNG MVMNT VH V C SEE: DNG MVMT VH (811.565)

DNG MVMT VH 811.565 V B Dangerous movement of a stopped, standing or parked vehicle

DNG OP A/S 821.290 V B Dangerous operation of a snowmobile or an all-terrain vehicle

DNG OP LVSTK 811.510 V B Dangerous operation around livestock

DR F RPT AC 811.725 V A Driver failed to file an accident report with DMV or law enforcement

DR HWY DIV 811.430 V B Driving on a highway divider

DR O/SVC 825.990(2) M A Violation of out of service notice; driver

DR ON BEACH L O L O Local ordinance: driving on beach

DR ON LFT 811.305 V B Driving on the left on a curve or grade or at an intersection or rail

crossing

DR ON SW L O L O Local ordinance: driving on sidewalk

DR SFT ZONE 811.030 V B Driving through a safety zone

DR UNINS 806.010 V B Driving uninsured

DR V SFT CDE 820.070 V B Driver violation of worker transport vehicle safety code

DR WW TF ISL 811.330 V B Driving the wrong way around a traffic island

DSRPT FUPRO 811.810 V D Disrupting a funeral procession

DUII 813.010 F C Driving while under the influence of intoxicants

DUII BYC 813.010 M A Driving while under the influence of intoxicants

DWR 811.182 F B Criminal driving while revoked

DWR-I V A INFRACTION DRIVING WHILE REVOKED

DWR-V V VIOLATION DRIVING WHILE REVOKED

DWR-VC 811.175 V A Criminal driving while revoked – violation

DWR-VI 811.175 V A Infraction driving while revoked – violation

DWS 811.182 F B Criminal driving while suspended

DWS-I V A INFRACTION DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED

DWS-V V VIOLATION DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED

DWS-VC 811.175 V A Criminal driving while suspended – violation

DWS-VI 811.175 V A Infraction driving while suspended – violation

E01

Operating without equipment as required by law

E02

Operating without brakes as required by law

E03

Operating without hazmat safety equipment as required by law

E04

Operating without hazmat placards/markings as required by law

E05

Operating without lights as required by law

E06

Operating without school bus equipment as required by law

E20

E21

E23

E24

E30

E31

E33

E34

E35

E36

E37

E50

E51

E52

E53

E54

E55

E56

E57

E70

E71

USE OF EQUIPMENT PROHIBITED BY LAW

USE OF COLORED LIGHTS AND/OR SIREN PROHIBITED BY LAW

Use of radar or laser detector prohibited by law

USE OF VEHICLE LIGHTS PROHIBITED BY LAW

DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Defective brakes

Defective hazmat safety devices

Defective lights

DEFECTIVE OR NOISY EXHAUST SYSTEM OR MUFFLER

Defective school bus equipment

Defective tires

Failure to use equipment as required

Failure to use brakes

FAILURE TO USE DISABLED VEHICLE LIGHTS, REFLECTORS, OR FLARES AS REQUIRED

Failure to use hazmat safety devices as required

Failure to use headlight dimmer as required

Failure to use lights as required

Failure to use school bus safety equipment as required

Failure to use snow tires or chains as required

Equipment used improperly or obstructed

Brakes used improperly

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E72

EMISSIONS CONTROL DEVICE USED IMPROPERLY OR OBSTRUCTED

E74

EXHAUST SSYTEM USED IMPROPERLY OR OBSTRUCTED

E80

FAILURE TO CORRECT DEFECT AFTER INSPECTION FAILURE OR NOTICE

ELUDE M A SEE FL/AT ELUDE (811.540)

END ATV OP 821.292 V C Endangering a class III ATV operator

END ATV OP/P 821.203

811.210

2011 Leg

V D

Endangering a class I, II, III, or IV ATV operator or passenger -or-

Failure to properly secure child passenger on class I or class II ATV

END CHD PAS 811.210 V D Endangering child passenger; failure to use safety belts

END CHLD PAS V D SEE: END CHD PAS 811.210(1)(B)

END MC PAS 814.280 V C Endangering a motorcycle passenger

END MS OP 814.536 V D Endangering a motor assisted scooter operator

END OP ATV 821.291 V C Endangering an operator of a class I or class IV ATV

2011 Leg

ENG BRK 811.492 V A Unmuffled engine braking

EXD FED SPD V B SEE: V DSG SPD (811.111)

EXC NSE V B SEE: CS UNR NS VH (815.025)

EXC RES SPD V B SEE: V DSG SPD (811.111)

EXC RI SPD V B SEE: V DSG SPD (811.111)

EXC SP FUPRO 811.806 V D Exceeding the maximum speed for a funeral procession

EXC TIRE NS L O L O Local ordinance: excessive tire noise

EXC TIRE NSE L O SEE: LOCAL ORDINANCE EXC TIRE NS

EXP STICKER V D SEE: EXP STKR 803.560(1)(B)

EXP STKR VD SEE: IMP D STKR (803.560)

F01

SAFETY EQUIPMENT NOT USED PROPERLY AS REQUIRED

F02

F03

F04

F05

F06

F10

F12

F13

F16

F20

F21

F22

F23

F24

F30

F32

F33

F34

F35

F41

F60

F63

F64

F65

Child or youth restraint not used properly as required

Motorcycle safety equipment not used properly as required

Seat belt not used properly as required

Carrying unsecured passengers in open area of vehicle

Improper operation of or riding on a motorcycle

EXCEEDING OR VIOLATING SIZE, WEIGHT, OR PASSENGER/CARGO LIMITS

EXCEEDING OR VIOLATING SIZE LIMITS OF VEHICLE/TRUCK

EXCEEDING OR VIOLATING WEIGHT LIMITS OF VEHICLE/TRUCK

EXCEEDING OR VIOLATING WEIGHT LIMITS OF ROAD/BRIDGE/TUNNEL

FAILURE TO WEIGH VEHICLE OR STOP AT WEIGH STATION

NO OR IMPROPER TRIP PERMIT

NO WARNING FOR PROJECTING LOAD

SPILLING, DRAGGING, UNSECURED OR UNSAFE LOAD

VIOLATION OF EXCESS SIZE/WEIGHT PERMIT

FAILURE TO PLACE RED FLAGS OR FLARES

NON EMERGENCY STOP

PARKING IN A HANDICAP ZONE

Stopping, standing, or parking: obstructing or impeding traffic

STOPPING, STANDING, OR PARKING WHERE PROHIBITED OR IMPROPER

OPERATE OR PERMIT VEHICLE WHERE PROHIBITED OR NOT AUTHORIZED

ABANDONED VEHICLE

LEAVING VEHICLE UNATTENDED WITH ENGINE RUNNING

OPENING VEHICLE DOOR INTO MOVING TRAFFIC OR WHILE VEHICLE IS IN MOTION

TOWING OR PUSHING VEHICLE IMPROPERLY

F66

Unsafe condition of vehicle (no specified component)

F C OS ATV P 821.142 V D Failure to carry out-of-state ATV permit

F C OS SNO P 821.140 V D Failure to carry out-of-state snowmobile permit

F C PRF INS 806.012 V B Fail to carry proof of compliance with financial responsibility

requirements

F C REG 803.505 V D Failing to carry registration card

F C WARN DVC 815.285 V C Failure to carry roadside vehicle warning devices

F CD DL PLC 807.570 M C Failure to carry/present (display) license to a police officer

F CD CDL PLC 807.570 M C Failure to carry/present (display) commercial license to police officer

F CH N/AD DL 807.560 V D Failure to notify the division upon change of driver name/address

F CH N/AD ID 807.420 V D Failure to notify division on change of identification card holder

name/address

F CH N/AD VH 803.220 V D Failure to notify DMV of name/address change

F D MH PLT 820.550 V D Failure to display mobile home registration plates

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F D OS PLT 803.545 V C Failure to display, or improper display of out of state registration plates

F D PLT 803.540 V D Failure to display registration plates

F DES ASM VH 803.225 M B Failure to designate an assembled, specially constructed vehicle

F DLV VH DOC 803.105 V D Failure to deliver vehicle documents on transfer

F DR IN LN 811.370 V B Failure to drive within a lane

F DR RT 811.295 V B Failure to drive on the right

F DR RT A/VH 811.300 V B Failure to drive on the right of an approaching vehicle

F DR RT HWY 811.320 V B Failure to drive to the right on a divided highway

F DR RT LN 811.325 V B Failure to keep camper, trailer or truck in the right lane

F DR Y RD 811.280 V B Failure of driver entering roadway to yield right of way

F EQ POL EQ 815.295 V C Failure to be equipped with required pollution control equipment

F FL ACC 806.200 V B Failure to file after accident

F FL F VER 806.220 V B Failure to file after failing verification

F FLW RR PRC 811.460 V B Failure to follow rail crossing procedures for high-risk vehicles

F IN/USE IID 813.602 V A Failure to install/use an IID

F INSP XV MR 815.237 V C Failure to inspect ‘forward crossview mirror’

F LV N/ADD D M A SEE: F PRM DR (811.700)

F MAINT S/BL 811.225 V C Failure to maintain seat belts in working order

F MK END LD 815.275 V C Failure to mark end of load with light or flag when required

F MNT SD EVA 811.147 V B Failure to maintain a safe distance from an emergency vehicle or

ambulance

F MRG DR Y 811.285 V B Failure of merging driver to yield right of way

F NOT CND VH 819.018 M A Failure to notify a subsequent purchaser of the condition of a vehicle

F OB NEW VIN 819.420 M C Failure to obtain a vehicle ID number for a vehicle with an altered

number

F OB VIN 819.410 V D Failure to obtain a vehicle identification number for an unnumbered

vehicle

F OBEY 1WAY 811.270 V B Failure to obey a one-way designation

F OBEY HOVL 810.140 V B Fail to obey traffic control device; exclusive use; high occupancy vehicle

lane

F OBEY PLC 811.535 V B Failing to obey a police officer

F OBEY TCD 811.265 V B Failure to obey a traffic control device

F OBEY TF PT 811.015 V A Failure to obey a traffic patrol member

F PAY FEE 803.315 V D Failure to pay appropriate registration fee

F PFM DR 811.700 M A Failure to perform the duties of a driver when property is damaged

F PFM DR INJ 811.705 F B Failure to perform the duties of a driver to injured persons

F PFM INJ AN 811.710 V B Failure to perform the duties of a driver when an animal is injured

F PFM WIT 811.715 V B Failure to perform the duties of a witness to an accident

F POS/DIS DL M C SEE: F CD DL PLC (807.570)

F PRC TLD VH 819.012 M A A person, other than an insurer, failed to follow procedures for a totaled

vehicle

F PR USE S/B 811.210 V D Failure to properly use safety belt

D PST WARN 811.530 V B Failure to post warnings for a disabled vehicle

F REG MH 820.540 V D Failure to register mobile home

F REG VEH V C SEE: F REG VH (803.300)

F REG VH 803.300 V D Failure to register a vehicle

F RENEW REG V D SEE: F RNW VH REG (803.455); P/USE OS VH (803.325)

F RM INJ SUB 822.225 V D Tow vehicle operator failure to remove injurious substance

F RMV MV HWY 811.717 V C Failure to remove a motor vehicle from the highway after an accident

F RNW SNO 821.110 V D Failure to renew snowmobile registration

F RNW VH REG 803.455 V D Failure to renew vehicle registration

F RTRN DL 809.500 M C Failure to return a suspended, revoked or cancelled license

F RTRN ID 807.430 M A Failure to return a cancelled identification card (809.500)

F RTRN S/REG 809.080 M C Failure to return suspended registration

F SEC VH 811.585 V D Failure to secure a motor vehicle

F SIG LT RQ 811.405 V D Failure to signal with lights when required

F SIG MS 814.522 V D Failure to signal for a motor assisted scooter maneuver

F SLW DR RT 811.315 V B Failure of a slow driver to drive on right

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F SLW DR Y 811.425 V B Failure of a slow driver to yield to overtaking vehicle

F S PED TCD V B FAILURE TO STOP FOR A PEDESTRIAN PROCEEDING UNDER A TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE

F S/RS B PED 811.035 V B Failure to stop and remain stopped for a blind pedestrian

F S/RS PED 811.028 V B Failure to stop and remain stopped for a pedestrian

F S/RS PD CW V B FAILURE TO STOP AND REMAIN STOPPED FOR A PEDESTRIAN IN A CROSSWALK

F S/RS TF/PT 811.015 V A Failure to stop and remain stopped for a traffic patrol member

F STP BUS 811.155 V A Failure to stop for bus safety lights

F STP DRVWY 811.505 V B Failure to stop when emerging from an alley, driveway or building

F STP PAS LD 811.165 V B Failure to stop for passenger loading of public transit vehicle

F STP RR 811.455 V B Failure to stop for a railroad signal

F SUBM CERT 803.440 V D Failure to submit certificate of weight

F SUBM ODM 815.425 M C Failure to submit an odometer disclosure

F SUR DL 807.540 V D Failure to surrender a prior license

F SUR FM PLT 805.360 M A Failure to surrender farm registration plates

F SUR OS REG 803.380 V D Failure to surrender out of state registration

F TRANS TTL V D SEE: F DLV VH DOC (803.105)

F TTL SNO 821.070 V D Failure to title a snowmobile

F USE BYC LN 814.514 V D Failure of a motor assisted scooter to use a bicycle lane or path

F USE S/BL V D FAILURE TO USE SAFETY BELS. SEE: F PR USE S/B

F USE SIG 811.400 V B Failure to use appropriate signal for turn, lane change, or stop

F USE TRACT 815.140 V C Failure to use vehicle traction tires or traction devices

F USE TRN LN 811.345 V B Failure to use special left turn lane

F VIOL FR FL 806.230 V A Failure of a previous violator to make future responsibility filing

F Y A/EV 811.145 V B Failure to yield to an emergency vehicle or ambulance

F Y BYC LN 811.050 V B Failure to yield to a rider on a bicycle lane

F Y BYC SW 811.055 V B Failure to yield right of way to bicyclist on a sidewalk

F Y FUPRO 811.802 V D Failure to yield the right or way to a funeral procession

F Y PED CRSW V B FAILURE TO YIELD TO A PEDESTRIAN IN A CROSSWALK

F Y PED SW 811.025 V B Failure to yield to a pedestrian on a sidewalk

F Y PED TCD V B FAILURE TO YIELD TO A PEDESTRIAN PROCEEDING UNDER TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES

F Y RNDABOUT 811.292 V C Failure to yield right of way within a roundabout

F Y TF PT 811.017 V A Failure to obey a traffic patrol member

F YLD RW V B SEE: DNG LFT TURN (811.350); F Y RW 811.360(2)(D); F Y UNC INTR (811.275)

F YLD RW HWK 811.233 V B Failure to yield the right of way to a highway worker who is a pedestrian

F YLD TF PT V A FAILURE TO YIELD TO A TRAFFIC PATROL MEMBER

F Y UNC T INT 811.277 V B Failure to yield at uncontrolled T intersection

F/C RQ DEST 819.010 M A Failure to comply with requirement for destruction of vehicle

F/D LT MP/MC 814.320 V B Failure to display lighted headlights on a moped or motorcycle at all

times

F/D SNO REG 821.120 V D Failure to properly display snowmobile registration numbers

F/IMP D STKR V D SEE: IMP D STKR (803.560)

F/P DUT A* 811.705 F C Failure to perform duties of a driver involved in a fatal accident

F/S CC FR 806.300 M C Failure to surrender license and registration on cancellation of future

responsibility

F/S CC R/TTL 809.110 M A Failure to surrender cancelled registration or title

F/SLOW CK RR 811.462 Failure of commercial motor vehicle operator to slow and check tracks

for train

FL/AT ELUDE 811.540 F C Fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer (changed from elude)

FLS APP DL 807.530 M A False application for a driver license

FLS APP ID 807.430 M A False application for an identification card

FLS APP REG 803.375 M A False application for vehicle registration

FLS APP TTL 803.070 M A False statement on application for title/transfer

FLS CERT FR 806.050 M A Knowingly certifying falsely to existence of liability insurance or other

means

FLS EXMPT FR 806.030 False certification of exemption from financial responsibility

FLS FR 806.050 M A Falsification of financial responsibility

FLS INFO INS 806.055 M B Giving false information about liability insurance to a police officer

FLS INFO PLC 807.620 M A Giving false information to a police officer

FLS SWR DL 807.520 M A False swearing to receive a driver license

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FLS SWR FM 805.370 M A False swearing on farm registration or renewal

FLS SWR REG 803.385 M A False swearing relating to registration of vehicle

FLS SWR TTL 803.075 M A False swearing relating to titling of vehicle

FLW TOO CLS 811.485 V B Following too closely

FORG TTL REG 803.230 F C Forging, altering, or unlawfully producing/using vehicle title or

registration

FRN VH N IID 813.608 V A Furnishing a vehicle without an IID to someone who is not authorized to

drive

FTY RW TBUS 811.167 Failure to yield the right of way to a transit bus

FU VH IMP LT 811.800 V D Operation of a funeral escort vehicle with improper lights

FY UNC INTR 811.275 V B Failure to yield right of way at an uncontrolled intersection

HAZ O/SVC 825.990(2) M A Violation of out of service notice; hazardous waste

HIT/RUN

OUT OF STATE CONVICTION HIT AND RUN

HOLD MULT DL 807.550 V B Holding multiple licenses

HT/HR AN A/S 821.260 M C Hunting or harassing animals from a snowmobile or an all-terrain

vehicle

I A/EV SIREN 820.380 V C Illegal ambulance or emergency vehicles siren

I ALT MP 814.310 V C Illegal alteration of a moped

I AMB LT EQ 820.360 V C Illegal ambulance lighting equipment

I BCKG 811.480 V D Illegal backing

I D BUS MK 820.160 V B Illegal display of school bus markings

I ODM TAMP 815.410 F C Illegal odometer tampering

I OP EV/AMB 820.320 V B Illegal operation of an emergency vehicle or an ambulance

I OP JUNK VH 819.270 M C ILLEGAL OPERATION OF A JUNK VEHICLE SOLD BY A PUBLIC BODY

I SLV PRC 819.040 M A Illegal salvage procedures

I U-TRN 811.365 V C Illegal u-turn

I WDW TNT 815.222 V B Illegal window tinting

IL OP A/S 821.190 V B Illegal operation of ATV/snowmobile

IMP CERT POL 815.315 V B Use of improper certificate for pollution control system

IMP CTR LN 811.380 V B Improper use of center lane on a three lane road

IMP D DE PLT 822.045 V B Improper display of dealer plates

IMP D P 803.655 V D Improper display of permit

IMP D STKR 803.560 V D Improper display of validating stickers

IMP DE PLT 822.045 V D Improper use of dealer plates

IMP DIS HWAS 811.172 M C Improperly disposing of human waste

IMP EQ ATV 821.220 V C Operating an improperly equipped all-terrain vehicle

IMP EQ SNOW 821.210 V D Improperly equipped snowmobile

IMP FNDR/MG 815.185 V C Operation without proper fenders or mudguards

IMP LFT TRN 811.340 V B Improperly executing a left turn

IMP LT ATV 821.230 V C Operating an all-terrain vehicle without proper lighting equipment

IMP MVMT RR 811.470 V B Improper movement of heavy equipment across a rail crossing

IMP OP MS HW 814.518 V D Improper operation of a motor assisted scooter on a highway

IMP OP MS LN 814.520 V D Improper operation of a motor assisted scooter in a lane

IMP OPN DOOR 811.490 V D Improper opening or leaving open a vehicle door

IMP RT TRN 811.355 V B Improperly executed right turn

IMP TRN S/LT 811.360 V B Improper turn at a stop light

IMP TRNS PLT 822.315 V D Improper use of vehicle transporter plates

IMP USE TEMP 803.635 V D Improper use of temporary registration permit

IMPED TF 811.130 V D Impeding traffic

INTFR A/EV 811.150 V B Interference with an emergency vehicle or ambulance

INTFR STRCAR 811.160 V B Interference with streetcar operation

INTFR TCD/RR 810.240 V A Unlawful interference with a traffic control device or railroad sign

INV DISBL PK 811.627 V A Use of an invalid disabled person parking permit

M01

FAILURE TO OBEY

M02

Failure to obey barrier

M03

Failure to obey construction or maintenance zone markers

M04

Failure to obey flagger

M05

Failure to obey lane markings or signal

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M06

M08

M09

M10

M11

M12

M13

M14

M15

M16

M17

M18

M19

M20

M21

M22

M23

M24

M25

M30

M31

M32

M33

M34

M40

M41

M42

M43

M44

M45

M46

M47

M48

M49

M50

M51

M52

M54

M55

M56

M57

M58

M60

M61

M62

M70

M71

LITERAL CITE CLASS TEXT

FAILURE TO OBEY MOTOR CARRIER RULES/REGULATIONS

Failure to obey police or peace officer

For all drivers, failure to obey railroad-highway grade crossing

restrictions not specifically noted in other railroad-highway grade

crossing related codes

For all drivers, failure to obey a traffic control device or the directions of

an enforcement official at a railroad-highway grade crossing

Failure to obey restricted lane

Failure to obey safety zone

Failure to obey school crossing guard

Failure to obey sign or traffic control device

Failure to obey stop sign

Failure to obey traffic signal or light

Failure to obey traffic sign

Failure to obey warning light or flasher

Failure to obey yield sign

For drivers who are not required to always stop, failure to slow down at

a railroad-highway grade crossing and check that tracks are clear of

approaching train

For drivers who are not required to always stop, failure to stop before

reaching tracks at a railroad-highway grade crossing when the tracks

are not clear

For drivers who are always required to stop, failure to stop before

driving onto railroad-highway grade crossing

For all drivers, failure to have sufficient space to drive completely

through railroad-highway grade crossing

For all drivers, failure to negotiate a railroad-highway grade crossing

because of insufficient undercarriage clearance without stopping

Failure to stop-basic rule at unsigned intersection or when entering

roadway from driveway, alley, etc.

Following improperly

Failure to leave sufficient distance for overtaking by other vehicles

Following emergency vehicle unlawfully

Following fire equipment unlawfully

Following too closely

Improper lane or location

Failure to keep in proper lane

Improper or erratic (unsafe) lane changes

Ran off road

Improper lane or location – crossover

Improper lane or location – crosswalk

Improper lane or location – entrance/exit ramp or way

Improper lane or location – in bicycle lane

Improper lane or location – in occupied lane

Improper lane or location – in HOV or restricted lane

Improper lane or location – limited access highway

Improper lane or location – median

IMPROPER LANE OR LOCATION – NOT ON NATIONAL NETWORK

IMPROPER LANE OR LOCATION – NOT ON TRUCK ROUTE

Improper lane or location – on rail or streetcar tracks

Improper lane or location – on fire hose

Improper lane or location – oncoming traffic lane

Improper lane or location – road shoulder, ditch or sidewalk

Improper lane or location – slower vehicle lane

Improper lane or location –straddling center line(s)

Improper lane or location – traveling in turn (or center) lane

Improper passing

Passing in violation of posted sign or pavement marking

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M72

Passing in violation of opposite direction’s restriction

M73

Passing on wrong side

M74

Passing on hill or curve

M75

Passing school bus displaying warning not to pass

M76

Passing where prohibited

M77

Passing with insufficient distance or visibility

M80

Inattentive, careless, or negligent driving

M81

Careless driving

M82

Inattentive driving

M83

Negligent driving

M84

Reckless driving

M SP LTRN LN 811.346 V B Misuse of a special left turn lane

MANSL F A SEE: MANSL 1 (163.118); MANSL 2 (163.125)

MANSL 1 163.118 F A Manslaughter, first degree

MANSL 2 163.125 F B Manslaughter, second degree

MC CLING 814.220 V B Motorcyclist clinging to another vehicle

MENACING MV 163.190 M A By word or conduct, places another in fear of imminent serious injury

MIN OP BUS 820.190 V B Minor operating a school vehicle

MIN OP PPVH 820.200 V B Minor operating a public passenger vehicle

MISUSE ID 807.430 M A Misuse of identification card

MISUSE PLAC 811.630 V B Misuse of program placard

MP/MC OP 2+ 814.250 V B Moped or motorcycle operating more than two abreast

MP/MC UNL PS 814.240 V B Motorcycle or moped unlawfully passing in a lane with a vehicle

MURDER MV 163.005 F A Criminal negligence causing death

MV FELONY 809.409 F A Felony conviction with a material element involving the operation of a

motor vehicle

N01

Failure to yield right of way

N02

Failure to yield right of way to animal rider or animal-drawn vehicle

N03

Failure to yield right of way to cyclist

N04

Failure to yield right of way to emergency vehicle (i.e. ambulance, fire

equipment, police, etc.)

N05

Failure to yield right of way to funeral procession, procession or parade

N06

Failure to yield right of way to other vehicle

N07

Failure to yield right of way to overtaking vehicle

N08

Failure to yield right of way to pedestrian (includes handicapped or

blind)

N09

Failure to yield right of way to school bus

N20

Failure to yield right of way at crosswalk

N21

Failure to yield right of way at rotary/roundabout/circular intersection

N22

Failure to yield right of way at stop sign

N23

Failure to yield right of way at traffic sign

N24

Failure to yield right of way at traffic signal

N25

Failure to yield right of way at unsigned intersection

N26

Failure to yield right of way at yield sign

N30

Failure to yield right of way when warning displayed on other vehicle

N31

Failure to yield right of way when turning

N40

Failure to use or improper signal

N41

Failure to cancel directional signals

N42

Failure to signal intention to pass

N43

Failure to signal lane changes or turn

N44

Giving wrong signal

N50

Improper turn

N51

Improper method of turning

N52

Improper position for turning

N53

Making improper left turn

N54

Making improper right turn

N55

Making improper turn around (not U-turn)

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N56

Making improper U turn

N60

Driving wrong way

N61

Driving wrong way at rotary/roundabout/circular intersection

N62

Driving wrong way on divided highway

N63

Driving wrong way on one way street or road

N70

Driving on wrong side

N71

Driving on wrong side of divided highway

N72

Driving on wrong side of undivided street or road

N80

Coasting (operating with gears disengaged)

N82

Improper backing

N83

Improper start from a parked position

N84

Unsafe operation

N DL V B SEE: OP VH N DL 807.010(1)

N HELMET ATV 821.202 V D Failure of a class I, II, or III ATV rider to wear protective headgear

N HELMET MC 814.269 V C Failure of a motorcycle operator to wear protective headgear

N HELMET MP 814.260 V C Failure of a moped rider to wear protective headgear

N HELMET MS 814.534 V D Failure of a motor assisted scooter operator to wear protective

headgear

N LN MP/MC 811.385 V B Depriving a motorcycle or moped of a full lane

N PUC 825.100 V A Operating without certificate or permit from Dept of Transportation

N RVW MIR 815.235 V C No rearview mirror, defective rearview mirror

N TRIP P MH 820.570 V B Moves a manufactured structure on a highway without a trip permit

N/IMP BRK 815.130 V C Driving or allowing operation of a vehicle without brakes that meet

requirement

N/IMP WPR 815.215 V C Failure to have windshield wipers; failure to meet windshield wiper

requirement

NEG DR

OUT OF STATE CONVICTION NEGLIGENT DRIVING

NEG HOM 163.145 F B With criminal negligence, causes death

OBS CRS TF 811.290 V D Obstructing cross traffic

OBS RR/LW VH 811.475 V B Obstructing a rail crossing due to insufficient undercarriage clearance

(low commercial motor vehicle)

OBS RR/N SPC 811.475 V B Obstructing a rail crossing due to insufficient space on the other side to

accommodate the CMV

OBS VH WDW 815.220 V D Obstruction of vehicle windows

OC F RPT AC 811.735 V A Occupant of a vehicle failed to file an accident report with DMV or law

enforcement

OP A/S C WPN 821.240 V B Operating a snowmobile or all-terrain vehicle while carrying a firearm or

bow

OP ATV N P/D 821.195 V C Operating an ATV without a permit and a decal

OP ATV PR AR 821.295 V D Operating a class II or class III all-terrain vehicle in a prohibited snow

area

OP ATV RS AR 821.192 V B Illegal operation of an ATV in a restricted area

OP I WDW TNT 815.222 V B Operating a vehicle with illegal window tinting

OP CMV N CDL 807.010 V B Operating a commercial motor vehicle without commercial driving

privilege

OP MP SW/TR 814.210 V D Operation of a moped on a sidewalk or bicycle trail

OP MS CRSW 814.528 V D Operation of a motor assisted scooter in a crosswalk

OP MS UNL LD 814.532 V D Operating a motor assisted scooter with an unlawful load

OP MV BYC TR 811.435 V B Operation of a motor vehicle on a bicycle trail

OP N ATV PRV 821.170 V C Operation of a class I or class III ATV without driving privileges

OP N EXH SYS 815.250 V C Operation without proper exhaust system

OP N LT EQ 816.330 V C Operation without required lighting equipment

OP N MC ENDS 807.010 V A Operating a motorcycle without the proper endorsement

OP N REG SNO 821.100 V D Operation of an unregistered snowmobile

OP N SN PRIV 821.150 V D Operation of a snowmobile without driving privileges

OP NST LT EQ 816.300 V C Operation with nonstandard lighting equipment

OP ORVH N EQ 821.040 V C Operation of off-road vehicle without required equipment

OP RV U/DISP 815.260 V C Operation of a recreational vehicle with unsealed disposal system

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OP SMVH PR A 820.220 V D Operation of low speed vehicle in prohibited area

OP UNSF VH 815.020 V B Operation of an unsafe vehicle

OP V DL REST VB SEE: OP V REST (807.010)

OP V EQ OAR 815.100 V C Operation of a vehicle that violates state equipment administrative rules

OP V GC REST 807.210 V D Operating a golf cart in violation of permit restrictions (driving in an area

with a speed designation greater than 25 mph)

OP V MBL DEV 811.507 V D Operating a motor vehicle while using a mobile communication device

OP V REST 807.010 V B Operating a vehicle in violation of license restrictions

OP VH N DL 807.010 V B Operating a vehicle without driving privileges

OP VH N WDW 815.210 V C Operation of a vehicle without approved materials in windows

OP VHH N SPM 815.255 V C Operation of vehicle for hire without speedometer

ORG SP RACE 811.127 F C Organizing a speed racing event

OW F RPT AC 811.730 V B Owner failure to report an accident

OW V SFT CDE 820.060 V B Owner violation of worker transport vehicle safety code

P F USE S/BL V D PASSENGER FAILURE TO USE SEAT BELT

PF/P USE S/B 811.210 V D Passenger failure to properly use seat belt

P/USE OS VH 803.325 V D Purchase and use of out-of-state registered vehicle

PAS IN TRLR 811.195 V D Passenger in trailer

PAS OBS DR 811.190 V D Driver operation with obstructing passenger

POSS STLN VH 819.300 F C Possession of a stolen vehicle

PROV CURFEW 807.010 V B Provisional violation of curfew restrictions

PROV PASS 1 807.010 V B Provisional violation of passenger restrictions in first six months

PROV PASS 2 807.010 V B Provisional violation of passenger restrictions in second six months

PROV SBLT 811.210 V D Provisional failure to use seat belt

PS N/PS ZONE 811.420 V B Passing in a no passing zone

PS VH CRSWK 811.020 V B Passing a stopped vehicle at a crosswalk

PUC DEF EQ

PUC DR DRNK

PUC DR HRS

PUC EM EQ

PUC HAZ

PUC HAZ ATND

PUC LOG BK

PUC MED CERT

PUC UNSF LD

SEE: CMV DEF EQ

SEE: CMV ALCOHOL

SEE: CMV DR HRS

SEE: CMV EM EQ

SEE: CMV HAZ

SEE: CMV HAZ ATND

SEE: CMV LOG BK

SEE: CMV MED CERT

SEE: CMV UNSF LD

R END H/WKR 811.231 M A Reckless endangerment of a highway worker

R/OBEY FLGR 811.232 V A Refusing to obey flagger in a highway work zone

RECK DR 811.140 M A Reckless driving

RECK END MV 163.195 M A Recklessly endangering another person

REFUS B/T REFUSED A BREATH TEST (813.095)

REFUSE TEST 813.095 V Refused a breath or urine test

RM ODM RPR 815.420 M C Unlawfully removing an odometer repair notice

S01

S06

S11

S15

S16

S21

S26

S31

S36

S41

S50

S51

S61

S71

S81

S91

S92

S93

01-05 > speed limit

06-10 > speed limit

11-15 > SPEED LIMIT

Speeding 15 mph or more above speed limit (detail optional)

16-20 > speed limit

21-25 > speed limit

26-30 > speed limit

31-35 > speed limit

36-40 > speed limit

41 + > speed limit

SPEEDING IN A SCHOOL ZONE

01-10 > speed limit

11-20 > SPEED LIMIT

21-30 > speed limit

31-40 > speed limit

41+ > speed limit

Speeding – speed limit and actual speed

Speeding

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LITERAL CITE CLASS TEXT

S94

Prima Facie speed violation or driving too fast for conditions

S95

Speed contest (racing) on road open to traffic

S96

Speed less than minimum

S97

Operating at erratic or suddenly changing speeds

S98

Speeding on freeway (wasting fuel)

S99

SPEEDING IN A SCHOOL ZONE (NO DETAIL FIELD ALLOWED)

SL N TTL VH 803.085 M A Selling an untitled vehicle

SOL IID OP 813.610 V A Soliciting another to blow into an IID, or starting the motor

SP RACE 811.125 V A Speed racing on a highway or any premises open to the public

SP3

SPEEDING

SPEED IN EXCESS OF POSTED MAXIMUM

OUT OF STATE CONVICTION: SPEEDING

SUBM FLS ODM 815.420 F C Submitting a false odometer disclosure

SWTCH PLT 803.540 V D Display of plates that do not entitle holder to operate vehicle

TAMP IID 813.614 V A Tampering with an ignition interlock device

TAMP VI BOOT 809.702 V A Tampering with a vehicle immobilization boot

TFK ALT VIN 819.430 M A Trafficking in vehicles with destroyed or altered identification numbers

TFK STLN VH 819.310 F C Trafficking in stolen vehicles

TRNS N CERT 822.300 V D Acting as a vehicle transporter without a certificate

TRSFR MSREP 807.510 M A Transfer of documents for the purposes of misrepresentation

U01

U02

U03

U04

U05

U06

U07

U08

U09

U10

U21

U25

U26

U27

U28

U31

U32

Fleeing or evading police or roadblock

Resisting arrest

Using a motor vehicle in connection with a felony (not traffic offense)

Using a motor vehicle in connection with a misdemeanor (not traffic

offense)

Using a motor vehicle to and abet a felon

Vehicular assault

Vehicular homicide

Vehicular manslaughter

Negligent homicide while operating a CMV

Causing a fatality through the negligent operation of a CMV

Illegal operation of emergency vehicle

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE OR TAKING A VEHICLE WITHOUT OWNER CONSENT

VEHICLE THEFT

Vehicular feticide (1 st degree)

Vehicular feticide (2 nd degree)

Violation resulting in fatal accident

VIOLATION RESULTING IN PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENT

UNAUTH TCD 815.440 M C Unauthorized possession, use or distribution of traffic control device

UNAUTH USE 164.135 F C Unauthorized use of a vehicle, boat or aircraft

UNL BLOW IID 813.612 V A Unlawfully blowing into an IID or starting a vehicle equipped with an IID

UNL C PAS MC 814.325 V B Unlawfully carrying a passenger on a motorcycle

UNL CERT POL 815.320 M A Unlawful certification of compliance with pollution control requirements

UNL DISBL PK 811.625 V B Unlawful use of disabled person parking permit by a non-disabled

person

UNL DMG A/S 821.280 V B Unlawful damage with a snowmobile, class I or class II all-terrain

vehicle

UNL DMG ATV 821.285 V B Unlawful damage with class III all-terrain vehicle

UNL IDLE CMV 2011 Leg V C Unlawful idling the primary engine of a commercial motor vehicle

UNL LT PAS 811.390 V D Unlawful use of lights to signal for passing

UNL MP/MC OP 814.200 V B Unlawful moped or motorcycle operation

UNL OP F-ATV 821.191 V D Unlawful use of a class I, II, or IV ATV used for agricultural purposes

2011 Leg

UNL OP LSP V 811.512 V B Unlawful operation of a low or medium speed vehicle

811.513

UNL OP MS 814.512 V D Unlawful operation of a motor assisted scooter

UNL OP RAV 815.514 V B Unlawful operation of a racing activity vehicle

UNL PAS MP 814.330 V D Unlawfully carrying a passenger on a moped

UNL PK DISBL 811.615 V A Unlawful parking in a space reserved for disabled persons

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UNL PROD DL 807.500 M A Unlawful production of license or camera cards

UNL PROD ID 807.500 M A Unlawful production of license or camera cards

UNL PUB TTL 803.080 F C Unlawful publishing of title forms

UNL RPR ODM 815.415 M C Unlawful repair of an odometer

UNL STP/DEC 811.500 V B Unlawful stop or deceleration

UNL TRN 811.335 V D Making an unlawful or unsignaled turn

UNL USE TV V B UNLAWFUL USE OF VEHICLE TELEVISION EQUIPMENT

UNL/F USE LT 811.520 V B Unlawful use of or failure to use lights

UNL/U IMGD 815.240 V B Unlawful use of vehicle image display device

UNR SND 3X 815.233 M U Three or more violations of ORS 815.232, unreasonable sound

amplification from a vehicle

UNR SND AMP 815.232 V D Causing unreasonable sound amplification from a vehicle

UNSF BUS OP 820.180 V B Unsafe school vehicle operation

UNSF LN CH 811.375 V D Unsafe movement from lane

UNSF MS B LN 814.526 V D Unsafe operation of a motor assisted scooter on a bicycle lane or path

UNSF MS SW 814.524 V D Unsafe operation of a motor scooter on a sidewalk

UNSF PS BYC 811.065 V B Unsafe passing of a person operating a bicycle

UNSF PS LFT 811.410 V B Unsafe passing on the left

UNSF PS RT 811.415 V B Unsafe passing on the right

UNSIG LN CH 811.375 V D Unsignaled change of lane

UNSIG TRN 811.335 V D Making an unlawful or unsignaled turn

USE INV DL 807.580 M A Display/possess or permit to be displayed, any driver license known to

be fictitious

USE INV ID 807.430 M A Display/possess or permit to be displayed, any ID card known to be

fictitious

USE OTHER DL 807.600 M A Using another’s license

USE OTHER ID 807.430 M A Using another’s identification card (807.600)

USE PR LT EQ 816.360 V C Use of prohibited lighting equipment

USE TWAY PR 811.445 V D Use of a throughway when prohibited

V BEACH SP V B VIOLATING THE MAXIMUM SPEED ON THE OCEAN SHORE

V BUS/TRK SP V B VIOLATING THE MAXIMUM SPEED FOR TRUCKS AND PASSENGER TRANSPORT VEHICLES

V CL PAS VH 815.245 V B Violation of minimum clearance requirements for passenger vehicles

V DSG SPD 811.111 V A Violating designated speed. Class code depends on speed

V FM REG 805.350 M A Violation of farm registration limits

V MH TTL RQ 820.530 V D Violating manufactured structure title requirements

V MS EQ RQ 815.283 V D Violation of motor assisted scooter equipment requirements

V OPEN CTNR 811.170 V B Violation of open container law

V PK HWY 811.575 V C Violation of posted parking restrictions on state highways

V REG LMT 805.030 V D Violation of registration limits on antique/special interest vehicles

VREGLMTRAC 805.037 V B Violation of registration limits on a racing activity vehicle

V SMVH EMB 815.115 V C Violation of slow-moving vehicle emblem requirements

V SP RI HWY V B VIOLATING MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT FOR RURAL INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS

V SP SCH ZN 811.111 Violating the speed limit in a school zone

V TEMP PRC 803.630 V B Agent violation of temporary registration permit procedures

V TRK RTE 811.450 V B Violation of posted truck routes

V URB SP V B VIOLATING MAXIMUM SPEED IN AN URBAN AREA

V USE HORN 815.225 V C Violation of use limits on horns and sound equipment

V VARI PMT 818.340 V A Violation of a variance permit

V VH SND EQ 815.230 V C Violation of vehicle sound equipment requirements

V VH TTL RQ 803.025 V D Violating vehicle title requirement

V VIS EMIS 815.200 V D Violation of visible emission limits

VBR 811.100 V A Violating the basic speed rule

VEH HOM 163.149 F A Aggravated vehicular homicide

VH EQ OBS DR 815.270 V C Vehicle loaded or equipped to obstruct driver

VH O/SVC 825.990(2) Violation of out of service notice; vehicle

VH UNQ DR 807.610 V D Employing or providing a vehicle to an unqualified driver

W00

Withdrawal, non-ACD violation

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W01

Accumulation of convictions (including point systems and/or being

judged a habitual offender or violator)

W09

Failure to surrender Hazmat endorsement as required by the USA

PATRIOT Act

W13

Parental Consent withdrawn

W14

Physical or mental disability

W15

Physicians or specialist’s report recommended

W20

Unable to pass DL test(s) or meet qualifications

W30

Two serious violations within three years

W31

Three serious violations within three years

W40

The accumulation of two or more major offenses

W41

An additional major offense after reinstatement

W45

Driving a CMV while disqualified for previous violations in a CMV

W50

The accumulation of two out-of-service order general violations

(violations not covered by W51) within ten years

W51

The accumulation of two out-of-service order violations within ten years

while transporting 16 or more passengers including the driver and/or

transporting hazardous materials that require a placard

W52

The accumulation of three or more out-of-service order violations within

ten years

W60

The accumulation of two RRGC violations within three years

W61

The accumulation of three or more RRGC violations within three years

W70

Imminent hazard

W72

Suspended pending final disposition

W80

Filed employer-directed drug test

W81

Refused to submit to employer-directed drug test

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COURT ABBREVIATIONS

COURT AND STATE ABBREVIATIONS

This section defines the court abbreviations used for entry onto driving records. It includes Circuit,

District, Federal, Justice, Juvenile, and Municipal Courts. Inactive courts are noted in italicized

print.

Note: Oregon no longer has District courts (their functions were merged into the Circuit courts),

but entries listing District courts may still appear on Oregon driving records.

Court Abbreviations for Other States

This listing has been developed for court abbreviations used by other states for their convictions.

State Abbreviations

This listing indicates the two digit postal codes used for abbreviating the names of states.

Oregon Court Abbreviations

CIRCUIT

C-BAKER BAKER C-HARN HARNEY C-MORRW MORROW

C-BENT BENTON C-HOOD HOOD RIVER C-MULT MULTNOMAH

C-CLACK CLACKAMAS C-JACK JACKSON C-POLK POLK

C-CLAT CLATSOP C-JEFF JEFFERSON C-SHER SHERMAN

C-COLUM COLUMBIA C-JOSEP JOSEPHINE C-TILL TILLAMOOK

C-COOS COOS C-KLAM KLAMATH C-UMAT UMATILLA

C-CROOK CROOK C-LAKE LAKE C-UNION UNION

C-CURRY CURRY C-LANE LANE C-WALLO WALLOWA

C-DESCH DESCHUTES C-LINC LINCOLN C-WASCO WASCO

C-DOUG DOUGLAS C-LINN LINN C-WASH WASHINGTON

C-GILL GILLIAM C-MAL MALHEUR C-WHEEL WHEELER

C-GRANT GRANT C-MARON MARION C-YAM YAMHILL

DISTRICT

D-BENT BENTON D-JEFF JEFFERSON D-POLK POLK

D-CLACK CLACKAMAS D-JOSEP JOSEPHINE D-TILL TILLAMOOK

D-CLAT CLATSOP D-KLAM KLAMATH D-UMAT UMATILLA

D-COLUM COLUMBIA D-LAKE LAKE D-UMAT H UMATILLA/

HERMISTON

D-COOS COOS D-LANE LANE D-UMAT P UMATILLA/

PENDLETON

D-CROOK CROOK D-LINC LINCOLN D-UNION UNION

D-CURRY CURRY D-LINN LINN D-WALLO WALLOWA

D-DESCH DESCHUTES D-MAL MALHEUR D-WASCO WASCO

D-DOUG DOUGLAS D-MARON MARION D-WASH WASHINGTON

D-HOOD HOOD RIVER D-MORRW MORROW D-WHEEL WHEELER

D-JACK JACKSON D-MULT MULTNOMAH D-YAM YAMHILL

FEDERAL

F-EUG EUGENE F-PORT PORTLAND

F-MED MEDFORD D-US US DISTRICT

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J-ARL ARLINGTON J-L CTY LINCOLN CITY J-ENTER ENTERPRISE

J-BEAV BEAVERTON J-LEB LEBANON J-GILCH GILCHRIST

J-BURNS BURNS J-MITCH MITCHELL J-GLD H GOLD HILL

J-CAN C CANYON CITY J-OAKR OAKRIDGE J-HERM HERMISTON

J-CANYV CANYONVILLE J-ONT ONTARIO J-ISL C ISLAND CITY

J-C LKS CASCADE LOCKS J-PTORF PORT ORFORD J-JACKV JACKSONVILLE

J-CLACK CLACKAMAS COUNTY J-REEDS REEDSPORT J-JOR V JORDAN VALLEY

J-COLUM COLUMBIA COUNTY J-RICHL RICHLAND J-LKVW LAKEVIEW

J-CONDN CONDON J-SHERM SHERMAN J-MADRS MADRAS

J-DESCH DESCHUTES COUNTY J-SPFLD SPRINGFIELD J-MORO MORO

J-DRAIN DRAIN J-SUMLK SUMMER LAKE J-NYSSA NYSSA

J-EMARN EAST MARION J-TILL TILLAMOOK J-PNEGL PINE EAGLE

J-FLOR FLORENCE J-UCNTY UNION COUNTY J-PR CY PRAIRIE CITY

J-FOSIL FOSSIL J-WOODB WOODBURN J-PRINE PRINEVILLE

J-GLEND GLENDALE J-SCNTY SOUTHERN COUNTY

J-HEPNR HEPPNER Courts no longer used: J-SILV SILVERTON

J-HLFWY HALFWAY J-BAKER BAKER J-STAYT STAYTON

J-HRSBG HARRISBURG J-BRKGS BROOKINGS J-SW HM SWEET HOME

J-HUNTN HUNTINGTON J-CHILO CHILOQUIN J-TIG TIGARD

J-IRRIG IRRIGON J-C LIN CENTRAL LINN J-VALE VALE

J-JCNTY JACKSON COUNTY J-CLASK CLATSKANIE J-VERN VERNONIA

J-KF KLAMATH COUNTY J-CLATS CLATSKANIE J-WALLO WALLOWA

JUVENILE

X-BAKER BAKER X-HARN HARNEY X-MORROW MORROW

X-BENT BENTON X-HOOD HOOD RIVER X-MULT MULTNOMAH

X-CLACK CLACKAMAS X-JACK JACKSON C-POLK POLK

X-CLAT CLATSOP X-JEFF JEFFERSON X-SHER SHERMAN

X-COLUM COLUMBIA X-JOSEP JOSEPHINE X-TILL TILLAMOOK

X-COOS COOS X-KLAM KLAMATH X-UMAT UMATILLA

X-CROOK CROOK X-LAKE LAKE X-UNION UNION

X-CURRY CURRY X-LANE LANE X-WALLO WALLOWA

X-DESCH DESCHUTES X-LINC LINCOLN X-WASCO WASCO

X-DOUG DOUGLAS X-LINN LINN X-WASH WASHINGTON

X-GILL GILLIAM X-MAL MALHEUR X-WHEEL WHEELER

X-GRANT GRANT X-MARION MARION X-YAM YAMHILL

MUNICIPAL

M-ALBAN ALBANY M-BEND BEND M-CHILO CHILOQUIN

M-AMITY AMITY M-BOARD BOARDMAN M-CLASK CLATSKANIE

M-ARL ARLINGTON M-BRKGS BROOKINGS M-CLATS CLATSKANIE

M-ASHL ASHLAND M-BROWN BROWNSVILLE M-COBRG COBURG

M-AST ASTORIA M-BURNS BURNS M-COL C COLUMBIA CITY

M-ATHEN ATHENA M-C BAY COOS BAY M-CONDN CONDON

M-AUMS AUMSVILLE M-C BCH CANNON BEACH M-COQU COQUILLE

M-AUROR AURORA M-C GRV COTTAGE GROVE M-CORN CORNELIUS

M-AV ADAIR VILLAGE M-C JCT CAVE JUNCTION M-CORV CORVALLIS

M-B FLS BUTTE FALLS M-C LKS CASCADE LOCKS M-CRESW CRESWELL

M-BAKER BAKER CITY M-CAN C CANYON CITY M-CULVR CULVER

M-BANDN BANDON M-CANBY CANBY M-DALL DALLAS

M-BANKS BANKS M-CANYV CANYONVILLE M-DAMAS DAMASCUS

M-BAY C BAY CITY M-CARLT CARLTON M-DAYTN DAYTON

M-BEAV BEAVERTON M-CE PT CENTRAL POINT M-DAYVL DAYVILLE

M-DETRT DETROIT M-KINGC KING CITY M-REEDS REEDSPORT

M-DONLD DONALD M-L CTY LINCOLN CITY M-RICH RICHLAND

M-DRAIN DRAIN M-L OSW LAKE OSWEGO M-RIDDL RIDDLE

M-DUFUR DUFUR M-LA GR LA GRANDE M-ROG R ROGUE RIVER

M-DUNDE DUNDEE M-LAFAY LAFAYETTE M-ROSEB ROSEBURG

M-DURHM DURHAM M-LEB LEBANON M-RUFUS RUFUS

M-EAGCR EAGLE CREEK M-LKVW LAKEVIEW M-SALEM SALEM

M-EAGPT EAGLE POINT M-LO CR LONG CREEK M-SANDY SANDY

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MUNICIPAL (Continued)

M-ECHO ECHO M-LOWL LOWELL M-SCAPP SCAPPOOSE

M-ELGIN ELGIN M-LYONS LYONS M-SCIO SCIO

M-ENTER ENTERPRISE M-M CTY MILL CITY M-SEAS SEASIDE

M-ESTA ESTACADA M-MADRS MADRAS M-SENCA SENECA

M-ESTSD EASTSIDE M-MALIN MALIN M-SH CV SHADY COVE

M-EUG EUGENE M-MANZA MANZANITA M-SHERI SHERIDAN

M-F CTY FALLS CITY M-MAUP MAUPIN M-SHERW SHERWOOD

M-F GRV FOREST GROVE M-MAYPK MAYWOOD PARK M-SILV SILVERTON

M-FAIRV FAIRVIEW M-MCMIN MC MINNVILLE M-SISTR SISTERS

M-FLOR FLORENCE M-MED MEDFORD M-SLTZ SILETZ

M-FOSIL FOSSIL M-MERIL MERRILL M-SPFLD SPRINGFIELD

M-G PAS GRANTS PASS M-METOL METOLIUS M-ST HE ST. HELENS

M-GARI GARIBALDI M-MF MILTON-

M-ST PL ST. PAUL

FREEWATER

M-GASTN GASTON M-MILW MILWAUKIE M-STANF STANFIELD

M-GATES GATES M-MOL MOLALLA M-STAYT STAYTON

M-GEAR GEARHART M-MONM MONMOUTH M-SUTH SUTHERLIN

M-GERV GERVAIS M-MONRO MONROE M-SW HM SWEET HOME

M-GLAD GLADSTONE M-MOSER MOSIER M-T DAL THE DALLES

M-GLD B GOLD BEACH M-MT AN MT. ANGEL M-TALNT TALENT

M-GLD H GOLD HILL M-MT VN MT. VERNON M-TIG TIGARD

M-GLEND GLENDALE M-MY CR MYRTLE CREEK M-TILL TILLAMOOK

M-H RIV HOOD RIVER M-MY PT MYRTLE POINT M-TOLED TOLEDO

M-HALSY HALSEY M-N BND NORTH BEND M-TROUT TROUTDALE

M-HAMND HAMMOND M-N PDR NORTH POWDER M-TUAL TUALATIN

M-HAP V HAPPY VALLEY M-N PLN NORTH PLAINS M-TURN TURNER

M-HELIX HELIX M-NEWB NEWBERG M-UMAT UMATILLA

M-HEPNR HEPPNER M-NEWP NEWPORT M-UNION UNION

M-HERM HERMISTON M-NYSSA NYSSA M-VALE VALE

M-HILLS HILLSBORO M-O CTY OREGON CITY M-VENET VENETA

M-HINES HINES M-OAKL OAKLAND M-VERN VERNONIA

M-HLFWY HALFWAY M-OAKR OAKRIDGE M-W LIN WEST LINN

M-HRSBG HARRISBURG M-ONT ONTARIO M-WALDP WALDPORT

M-HUBRD HUBBARD M-P RCK PILOT ROCK M-WALLO WALLOWA

M-HUNTN HUNTINGTON M-PEND PENDLETON M-WARRE WARRENTON

M-IDAN IDANHA M-PHIL PHILOMATH M-WD V WOOD VILLAGE

M-INDEP INDEPENDENCE M-PHOEN PHOENIX M-WESTN WESTON

M-IRRIG IRRIGON M-POWRS POWERS M-WILLA WILLAMINA

M-JACKV JACKSONVILLE M-PR CY PRAIRIE CITY M-WLSVL WILSONVILLE

M-JCT C JUNCTION CITY M-PRESC PRESCOTT M-WNSTN WINSTON

M-JEFF JEFFERSON M-PRINE PRINEVILLE M-WOODB WOODBURN

M-JOR V JORDAN VALLEY M-PTORF PORT ORFORD M-WTRLO WATERLOO

M-JOSEP JOSEPH M-RAIN RAINIER M-YACH YACHATS

M-KEIZR KEIZER M-RCKWY ROCKAWAY M-YAM YAMHILL

M-KF KLAMATH FALLS M-RED REDMOND M-YONCL YONCALLA

Court Abbreviations for Other States

ADM ADMINISTRATIVE

ADJUDICATION

HUS HUNSTINGS COURT SUM SUMMARY COURT

MARTIAL

CHA CHANCERY COURT JPC JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

SUP SUPERIOR COURT

COURT

CIR CIRCUIT COURT JUS JUSTICE COURT TJC TRIAL JUSTICE COURT

CIT CITY COURT JUV JUVENILE COURT TRA TRAFFIC COURT

CIV CIVIL COURT LEC LAW & EQUITY COURT TRI TRIBAL COURT

COC COUNTY COURT MAG MAGISTRATE COURT TWN TOWN COURT

COR CORPORATION COURT MAY MAYOR’S COURT UNK UNKNOWN

CRI CRIMINAL COURT MUN MUNICIPAL COURT USC U.S. COMMISSIONER

DIS DISTRICT COURT POL POLICE COURT USM U.S. MAGISTRATE COURT

DOT SECRETARY U.S. DOT SJC SPECIAL JUSTICE COURT USS U.S. SUPREME COURT

FED U.S. DISTRICT COURT SPL SPECIAL COURT MARTIAL

GEN GENERAL COURT

MARTIAL

SSP STATE SUPREME COURT

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State Abbreviations

AK ALASKA KY KENTUCKY NY NEW YORK

AL ALABAMA LA LOUISIANA OH OHIO

AR ARKANSAS MA MASSACHUSETTS OK OKLAHOMA

AZ ARIZONA MD MARYLAND PA PENNSYLVANIA

CA CALIFORNIA ME MAINE RI RHODE ISLAND

CO COLORADO MI MICHIGAN SC SOUTH CAROLINA

CT CONNECTICUT MN MINNESOTA SD SOUTH DAKOTA

DC DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MO MISSOURI TN TENNESSEE

DE DELAWARE MS MISSISSIPPI TX TEXAS

FL FLORIDA MT MONTANA UT UTAH

GA GEORGIA NC NORTH CAROLINA VA VIRGINIA

HI HAWAII ND NORTH DAKOTA VT VERMONT

IA IOWA NE NEBRASKA WA WASHINGTON

ID IDAHO NH NEW HAMPSHIRE WI WISCONSIN

IL ILLINOIS NJ NEW JERSEY WV WEST VIRGINIA

IN INDIANA NM NEW MEXICO WY WYOMING

KS KANSAS NV NEVADA

Canadian Provinces

AB ALBERTA NS NOVA SCOTIA PE PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

BC BRITISH COLUMBIA NT NORTHWEST

PQ QUEBEC

TERRITORY

MB MAINTOBA NU NUNAVUT SK SASKATCHEWAN

NB NEW BRUNSWICK ON ONTARIO YT YUKON TERRITORY

NF NEWFOUNDLAND/

LABRADOR

Mexico

MX

MEXICO

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INDEX TO GUIDE TO OREGON DRIVING RECORDS

A

ACCIDENTS ...............................................14

ACT SPD ..............................................25, 26

AFDVT ........................................................22

ALCOHOL-RELATED ENTRIES ................27

APPEALED CONVICTIONS .......................25

C

CANCELLATION ........................................29

CDL.............................................................12

CDL MED QUAL .........................................23

CLASS A COMMERCIAL .............................8

CLASS B COMMERCIAL .............................8

CLASS C.......................................................8

CLASS C COMMERCIAL .............................8

CMV ............................................................14

COMMERCIAL DRIVING TYPE .................24

CONVICTION ABBREVIATIONS ...............52

COURT ABBREVIATIONS .........................68

CRT LIMITED .............................................19

D

DDC ............................................................17

DIVERSION ................................................27

DOCKETS...................................................31

DPID ...........................................................10

DPID/STKR.................................................10

DPRK PERMIT ...........................................10

DUPLICATE................................................10

E

EMP ............................................................25

ENDORSEMENT ..........................................6

ENDS ............................................................9

ENV.............................................................22

EPRK ..........................................................20

EXEMPT .....................................................28

EXTENSION CODES .................................32

F

FARM ENDORSEMENT...............................9

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY...................15

H

HABITUAL ..................................................17

HABITUAL OFFENDER..............................17

HARDSHIP PERMITS ................................17

HAZ.............................................................14

I

ID 10

ID/STICKER ................................................10

IDENTIFICATION CARDS ..........................19

IID................................................................27

IID REQUIRED............................................27

INTENT/SUSP ............................................15

L

LICENSE CLASSES .....................................8

M

MEDICAL CERT..........................................23

MOTORCYCLE ENDORSEMENT ................9

N

NON ISSUE.................................................10

NTSI I ..........................................................17

NTSI II .........................................................17

O

ODCL ..........................................................20

OPRK ..........................................................20

P

PC .................................................................8

PCDL.............................................................8

PERM..........................................................30

PERMIT, HARDSHIP ..................................17

PERMIT, INSTRUCTION ..............................9

PERMIT, PROBATIONARY ........................17

PERMIT, TEMPORARY................................9

PRMT ............................................................9

PROVISIONAL LICENSE............................10

PRU.............................................................15

Q

QUIT DRIVING/ID CARD............................22

R

RCPT ..........................................................22

REIN BUS ...................................................30

REIN FULL..................................................30

RELIC..........................................................12

RESTORE CDL...........................................13

RESTRICTIONS TO LICENSE ...................16

RET .............................................................22

RETURNED ENTRIES................................22

REVOCATION.............................................29

RISS............................................................10

RPRK ..........................................................20

RSC 111......................................................15

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S

SOR ............................................................12

SP ...............................................................10

STATE ABBREVIATIONS ..........................68

STICKER ....................................................10

SURR..........................................................12

SUSP ..........................................................29

SUSPENSION ............................................29

T

TO OR.........................................................12

TO OS .........................................................12

TPRK...........................................................20

V

VOLUNTARY ..............................................22

W

WITHDRAWAL............................................29

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OREGON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

DRIVER AND MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES

1905 Lana Ave NE, Salem OR 97314

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