No. A motor vehicle history check is intended to verify that the subject individual meets minimum driver requirements and voluntary and compulsory driver standards as identified in OAR 576-035-0020 and has not forfeited bail or been convicted for any of the following, or reasonably similar, unacceptable driving violations, as certified by the motor vehicle history check. The listed periods begin at the later date of violation, forfeiture, or conviction.
(a) A major traffic offense in the last 24 months. This includes reckless driving, driving under the influence of intoxicants, failing to perform the duties of a driver, criminal driving while suspended or revoked, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, and others;
(b) Felony revocation of driving privileges or felony or misdemeanor driver license suspension within the last 24 months;
(c) More than three moving traffic violations in the last 12 months;
(d) A careless driving conviction in the last 12 months; or
(e) A Class A moving traffic infraction in the last 12 months.
The President, or his/her designee, will review the Motor Vehicle History Check information and determine the applicant’s fitness to hold the position. Every applicant’s Motor Vehicle history report is evaluated on a position-by-position basis.