OAR 125-155-0500
Use of State Vehicles

(1) The law requires that “official state business” be narrowly construed. However, necessary official state business use may coincide with a personal use. When these uses do coincide, certain allowable activities of a personal nature may occur. Allowable activities fit into one of the four categories below:
(a) Day use. Allowable activities under day use include those reasonably occurring en-route such as those listed below. Day use does not include travel between work and home.
(A) Purchasing food and/or eating;
(B) Taking a rest break;
(C) Using restroom facilities.
(b) Fulltime and overnight use. Allowable activities under fulltime and overnight use may include activities such as:
(A) Activities listed under day use;
(B) Recreation and fitness;
(C) Visitation;
(D) Grooming and laundering;
(E) Shopping; and
(F) Medical appointments.
(2) A state vehicle must not be used by anyone for private financial benefit.
(3) No one has authority to permit any personal or family use of a state vehicle or any vehicle driven at state risk.

Source: Rule 125-155-0500 — Use of State Vehicles, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=125-155-0500.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 125-155-0500’s source at or​.us