is some information about the laws in Oregon regarding
License Plates and Special Interest registration.
more information and answers to your questions, please give us a
call at 541-419-4436 (Tamara)
You can click on this
link to take you to the Oregon DMV
website to read the
actual law concerning Special Interest.
following link is from the Oregon Vehicle Code book:
Special interest vehicle plates.
On the above link,
scroll down to page 107
link connects you right to the Oregon code book from the DMV and is explaining how the Special Interest
registration law works. When you register your vehicle with a Special
Interest registration, it does not mean you cannot drive your car. It means
that you are using your car as a collector car, driving it to shows, in
parades, to club meetings and events, on cruises, etc. It also allows you to
drive it for maintenance purposes. As you
can read in 1(a) in that code, it is not supposed to be used primarily for a transportation car
like the one you drive to work.
register your car as Special Interest, you pay a one time fee
(currently $81.) and you have a permanent registration. You don't have to
pay every other year. Please call us if you have questions.
This page is
currently under construction.
Please call or
email if you have any questions
about Oregon License Plates.