Articles Tagged with Automobile law

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Depending on your specific question, you will need to look at different parts of the Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) or contact state regulatory or consumer agencies. Here are a few places to start your research (in no particular order):

1) Do a quick search for Oregon consumer law and car rentals. For example, Laura Gunderson at the Oregonian “Complaint Desk” and Brent Hunsberger at the Oregonian’s “It’s Only Money” column cover a lot of useful Oregon consumer-protection ground; they are worth reading. They are also the first to say whoops if they make a mistake or overlook something, so don’t stop there with your research. (These columns move around the Oregonian website, so you may need to use a search engine to find them.)

2) Oregon Department of Justice (ODOJ) Consumer Hotline

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This horrifying speed-of-light crash shows how fast accidents (of all kinds) occur and how not to share the road.

Portland metro-area newspapers, bloggers, elected officials, and advocacy groups are all trying to find common ground (so to speak and yes, I’m once again the mistress of understatement) on how pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers can share the road.

My advice of the day for drivers and bicyclists: Look RIGHT before turning right, not just left and for crying out loud, SLOW DOWN. It’s your children and other loved ones who are at risk on the road.