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== Notable laws ==
 
== Notable laws ==
* Law prohibits all drivers from using a mobile communication device while operating a motor vehicle. Effective Jan 2010
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* '''Effective January 2010:''' Law prohibits all drivers from using a mobile communication device while operating a motor vehicle.  
 
* Motorists must yield to bicyclists; motorists and bicyclists must yield to pedestrians; motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians must yield to marauding babies (?).
 
* Motorists must yield to bicyclists; motorists and bicyclists must yield to pedestrians; motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians must yield to marauding babies (?).
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==Motorcycles==
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Motorcyclists are required to be endorsed, wear a DOT-approved helmet, and have insurance.
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==Bicycles==
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== External links ==
 
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Latest revision as of 09:55, 19 October 2010

Traffic laws in Portland and the state of Oregon are complicated, just as they are everywhere else. If you have a driver's license, you should know them... but you probably don't.

Notable laws

  • Effective January 2010: Law prohibits all drivers from using a mobile communication device while operating a motor vehicle.
  • Motorists must yield to bicyclists; motorists and bicyclists must yield to pedestrians; motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians must yield to marauding babies (?).

Motorcycles

Motorcyclists are required to be endorsed, wear a DOT-approved helmet, and have insurance.

Bicycles

External links

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