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License Reinstatement Program

We partner with circuit courts to help people reinstate their suspended Oregon driver license by setting up a payment plan to pay off their debt.

You don't qualify for the License Reinstatement Program if you have an open bankruptcy, or judgments against you that don't allow a license reinstatement.

Steps to reinstate your license

  1. Contact the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division (DMV) to determine which courts have judgments or sanctions affecting your license.

  2. Call Other Agency Accounts (OAA) to:

    • Make a $200 down payment with credit or debit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or prepaid). The down payment goes toward your delinquent debt.

    • Set up a monthly payment plan. If you miss or are late with a payment, you may be removed from the program. Garnishment payments and tax refunds do not count as payments in the License Reinstatement Program. There is no grace period.

The Circuit court(s) that are holding your license will be notified the following day of your agreement and the DMV will be notified within 48 hours to release the hold.

Other important information

The DMV also requires a reinstatement fee.

Frequently asked questions

​Yes, but it may delay the license reinstatement due to processing times. Contact us 7-10 days after you have made the payment. Longer processing times ​may apply during peak season.​

​Yes, OAA will only be able to help you if the hold was placed by an Oregon circuit court and the collection case has been assigned to OAA.​

​No. You will not qualify for the LRP program if you have either of the following:

  • Judgments that stipulate sanctions on license reinstatement, such as, driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII).
  • An open bankruptcy.

​First contact DMV Services Division 503-945-5000. The DMV will help you determine which courts have judgments/sanctions affecting your license.

Then call each court that has a hold on your license. They will provide you with instructions to remove the holds so you can drive legally.​

​No. You will need to contact OAA using the contact information on this page.

​No. OAA does not charge an additional fee to process your payment. However, there may be an additional fee charged by the DMV to have your license released. The DMV reinstatement fee can be paid on the DMV website​. ​

Allow 2-3 business days after your plan has been set up, then contact DMV Services Division, 503-945-5000, to confirm your holds have been removed and that you are legal to drive.​

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