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What is a
Medically At-Risk Driver?
Oregon’s At-Risk Driver Program is charged with balancing both public safety and the need for transportation independence and self-sufficiency. The goal of the program is to prevent injury or death that may result from impairments affecting a person’s ability to drive safely (OAR 735-074-0060).
Medical Professionals are
statutorily required to report…
If you are not a medical professional but have a concern about someone’s ability to drive safely, visit our page about Reporting an Unsafe Driver for more information.
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