Failure to appear, pay fine or obey court order in another jurisdiction
- • disqualification by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
(1)(a) The Department of Transportation shall suspend the commercial driving privileges of a person if the department receives a notice from another jurisdiction that the person failed to appear, pay a fine or comply with an order of the court in a prosecution on a citation for a traffic offense or for a violation in the other jurisdiction that, if committed in this state, would be grounds for suspension under ORS 809.210 (Suspension or restriction of driving privileges for failure to pay fine or obey court order) or 809.220 (Failure to appear), and the person held commercial driving privileges or was operating a commercial motor vehicle at the time of the offense. The period of a suspension under this subsection is the shorter of:
(A) Ten years; or
(B) Until the department receives notice from the other jurisdiction that the person appeared, paid the fine or complied with the court’s order.
(b) The department shall suspend a person’s commercial driving privileges under this subsection without regard to whether the other jurisdiction suspends any driving privileges of the person by reason of the person’s failure to appear, pay a fine or comply with an order of the court.
(c) This subsection does not apply to failure to appear, pay a fine or comply with an order of the court in a proceeding relating to a parking, pedestrian, vehicle defect or bicycling offense.
(2) The department shall suspend the commercial driving privileges of a person if the department receives a notice from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration that the person has been disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle and that the disqualification is due to a determination that the driving of that person constitutes an imminent hazard. The department shall immediately suspend commercial driving privileges under this subsection without hearing, but the person may request a post-imposition hearing under ORS 809.440 (Hearing and administrative review procedures) (4), without regard to any hearings conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The period of a suspension under this section is the period of suspension prescribed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or one year, whichever is shorter. [2013 c.237 §5]
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