Tampering with a vehicle metering system
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(1) A person commits the offense of tampering with a vehicle metering system if the person:
(a) With the intent to defraud, operates a motor vehicle that is subject to the per-mile road usage charge imposed under ORS 319.885 (Per-mile road usage charge) on a highway knowing that the vehicle metering system is disconnected or nonfunctional.
(b) Replaces, disconnects or resets the vehicle metering system of a motor vehicle that is subject to the per-mile road usage charge imposed under ORS 319.885 (Per-mile road usage charge) with the intent of reducing the metered use recorded by the vehicle metering system.
(2) This section does not apply to a person who is servicing, repairing or replacing a vehicle metering system.
(3) As used in this section, “vehicle metering system” means a system used to record the metered use by a motor vehicle for the purpose of complying with the reporting requirements under ORS 319.920 (Reporting requirement).
(4) Tampering with a vehicle metering system is a Class A traffic violation. [2013 c.781 §21]
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