Oregon Bill to Provide Special Interest Designation to Military Vehicles Signed into Law               

Legislation (S.B. 645) to allow a military vehicle the opportunity to be registered as a “vehicle of special interest” has been signed into law by Governor Kate Brown.  Included in the definition would be a “high mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle originally manufactured for military use.”  Owners may apply for the special interest vehicle registration for a one-time fee of $81 and a single plate for a one-time fee of $12.  Special interest vehicles may only be used for exhibitions, parades, club activities and similar uses.  

Thank you to those who participated in supporting this bill!


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