DMV will restrict your driving privileges for 30 days if you are 18 years or older of age and have three convictions of the offenses on this list, three accidents, or a combination totaling three within an 18 month period.
DMV will suspend your driving privileges 30 days if you have four convictions of the offenses on this list, three accidents, or a combination totaling four within a 24 month period.
DMV will suspend your license in relation to any of the following: 1) Failure to Appear/Comply, 2) Failure to Pay Child Support, 3) Court Denial (Suspension for Underage Alcohol Offense), 4) DUII conviction, or 5) Court Order
Receiving several convictions for the offenses on this list could result in driver improvement restriction or a suspension of your license in the near future.
DMV will suspend your commercial driving privileges for 60 days if you are convicted of two of the offenses listed below within a three year period. DMV will suspend your commercial driving privileges for 120 days if you are convicted of three or more of these offenses within a three year period.
While operating any type of motor vehicle (commercial or non-commercial) while holding a valid CDL:
While operating a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV):
Keep in mind a restriction or regular driver license suspension can have devastating consequences for your Oregon CDL and may disqualify from your CDL under the Federal Commercial Drivers Program.