Oregon DUI Laws, Penalties and Fines
The State of Oregon prohibits the operation of a motor vehicle by a driver with a .08 percent or above blood alcohol concentration (BAC). The .08 BAC limit is the standard measure of the "impaired" driver across the United States. In addition to the .08 limit, the State of Oregon has lower limits for commercial drivers (.04) and a .02 or Zero Tolerance limit for drivers under the age of 21. The State of Oregon DUII law also prohibits driving under the influence of other intoxicants such as inhalants, marijuana, cocaine and many other drugs.