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Reporting a Problem Driver

Overview

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This page provides information about reporting problem drivers to the Oregon DMV and law enforcement.
 
You may use the links below to go directly to any section:
Aggressive Drivers
To report drivers who are exhibiting signs of aggression or "road rage," contact your local law enforcement agency. You can call 911 if within city limits.

Intoxicated Drivers
To report drivers who are exhibiting signs of intoxication, contact your local law enforcement agency. You can call 911 if within city limits, or (800) 24DRUNK [(800) 243-7865] if outside city limits.

Unauthorized Drivers
To report unlicensed or suspended drivers who are operating a motor vehicle on public roadways, contact your local law enforcement agency.

At-Risk Drivers
At-risk drivers are those who have a limitation or condition that interferes with or diminishes their ability to operate a motor vehicle.  Family members, friends, law enforcement officials, social service providers and others may report an unsafe driver under the Voluntary Reporting component of the Oregon DMV's At Risk Driver Program. The report may be based on a medical condition or observed driving behaviors.

Medically At-Risk Drivers
In accordance with the Mandatory Reporting component of Oregon DMV's Medically At-Risk Driver Program, certain medical professionals are obligated to report individuals with severe & uncontrollable medical conditions that interfere with or diminish a person's ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.

Related Information
Additional information that may be relevant includes: