OAR 735-050-0062
What Constitutes “Reasonably and in Good Faith”


Examples of circumstances that constitute reasonable and good faith belief include, but are not limited to, the following:


An insurance company accepted application and payment for liability insurance covering the period of time in question;


An insurance carrier or producer (agent) told a person that he or she was insured or would be insured by a particular policy, and the person was not told otherwise until after the accident or the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division of the Department of Transportation (DMV) random sample;


A separated spouse, partner in a domestic partnership, or other additional holder of an insurance policy cancels the policy without the person’s knowledge and consent as shown by:


Proof of legal separation; or


A written statement from the party canceling the policy; and


A person is not yet 21 years old, is attending school or is in the military service and believes he or she is covered by a parent’s policy.


DMV will use the examples in section (1) of this rule as guidelines in making decisions. However, each request for the rescinding of a suspension under this rule will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Source: Rule 735-050-0062 — What Constitutes “Reasonably and in Good Faith”, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=735-050-0062.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 735-050-0062’s source at or​.us