Full Statute Name:  West's Oregon Revised Statutes Annotated. Title 59. Oregon Vehicle Code. Chapter 811. Rules of the Road for Drivers. Driver Offenses Involving Passengers. 811.200. Carrying dog on external part of vehicle; penalties

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Primary Citation:  O.R.S. § 811.200 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  June, 2017 Date Adopted:  1983
Summary: This Oregon law states that a person commits a Class D traffic violation if he or she carries a dog upon the hood, fender, running board or other external part of any automobile or truck that is upon a highway unless the dog is protected by framework, carrier or other device sufficient to keep it from falling from the vehicle.
Statute Text: 

(1) A person commits the offense of carrying a dog on the external part of a vehicle if the person carries a dog upon the hood, fender, running board or other external part of any automobile or truck that is upon a highway unless the dog is protected by framework, carrier or other device sufficient to keep it from falling from the vehicle.

(2) The offense described in this section, carrying dog on external part of vehicle, is a Class D traffic violation.

Credits
Laws 1983, c. 338, § 603; Laws 1995, c. 383, § 52.

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