When the Department of Transportation receives an order from a court to suspend the registration of a vehicle, the department shall respond to the order as provided in this section based on the type of suspension. If the court orders the suspension of registration under:
ORS 809.010 (Court-ordered suspension), the department shall forthwith suspend the registration and require the owner to return the registration card and plates. When the department suspends a registration under this subsection the department shall:
Destroy the registration card and plates; and
Issue a new registration card and new plates to the owner upon expiration of the period specified by the court in its order upon payment by the owner to the department of a restoration fee established under ORS 809.030 (Restoration fee). The department may not charge the owner any fee for the card and plates other than the restoration fee.
At the time of the accident that is the source of the judgment, the employee was driving, with the permission of the employer, a vehicle owned, operated or leased by the employer. [1983 c.338 §284; 1985 c.16 §116; 1999 c.359 §2; 2011 c.355 §28]