How long do you need an SR-22 if you live in Oregon?

How long does Oreagon require you have an SR-22? I had a DUI in Oregon and my license was suspended for a year. Now that the year is up, I want to get behind the wheel. The State of Oregon requires an SR-22 for those who have their license reinstated, but I'm not sure how long I have to keep it as a requirement.

“In Oregon, the state requires you to have an SR-22 for a minimum of three years.
However, the requirement can be extended if you commit more driving infractions during the period. So keep on the right side of the law and hopefully, you’ll only need to have the SR-22 added to your car insurance for a few years.”
Eric Schad
Answered on Jul 19, 2021
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