Demand for proof of compliance
- • when authorized
- • report to district attorney
(1) The Department of Transportation shall demand that a person provide the department, within 30 days after the date of the mailing of the demand, satisfactory proof that the person is in compliance with the financial responsibility requirements as of the date of the letter from the department under ORS 806.150 (Department verification program) if the department has reasonable grounds to believe that the person was or is violating any of the following, whether or not the person has been convicted of the violation:
(a) Driving uninsured under ORS 806.010 (Driving uninsured prohibited).
(b) Falsification of financial responsibility under ORS 806.050 (Falsification of financial responsibility).
(2) If the person cannot provide the required proof within the required time:
(a) The person is subject to the requirements under ORS 806.220 (Failure to file after failing verification); and
(b) The department shall also notify the district attorney of the county in which the person resides of the department’s belief that the person was or is committing violations of ORS 806.010 (Driving uninsured prohibited) and 806.050 (Falsification of financial responsibility).
(3) No civil liability shall accrue to the department or any of its employees for reports made to a district attorney under this section. [1983 c.338 §852; 1985 c.714 §3; 2001 c.104 §300]
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