Now available to participants in Oregon’s OReGO program.
OReGO participants pay only 1.8 cents per mile driven as a road usage charge. All road charges go directly to the State Highway Fund to preserve and rebuild Oregon roads and bridges.
Participants driving fuel-powered vehicles receive automatic credit for fuel tax paid at the pump. No receipts required. Azuga completes all the calculations for you. Automate payments with Azuga’s pay-as-you-go, digital Wallet.
As of January 2020, increased registration fees are applied to vehicles in Oregon according to their miles-per-gallon rating. Instead of these higher fees, vehicle owners may choose to pay smaller, monthly increments of road usage charges to OReGO. Registration fee increases are waived for motorists who enroll with OReGO and some may even save money. Electric vehicle owners can benefit the most, as their fees increased the most. Join now and save even more when fees increase again in 2022.
Skip the trip and the hassle. With Azuga, complete your emissions compliance testing without ever visiting an inspection location.
The Oregon Department of Transportation has a few simple requirements to join the program and sign-up is easy. See if OReGO is right for you.
Only light-duty vehicles with an OBD port are eligible. This includes most vehicles. When in doubt, contact us at email@example.com.
Your vehicle must be electric or have a 20 miles-per-gallon rating or better. Ratings are according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Your vehicle must be registered in the state of Oregon.
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, check, or money order can be used to fund your online account.
Azuga’s most popular plug-n-play option. Automatically subtracts miles driven outside state borders. Allows all GPS and non-GPS premium features. Location and personal privacy are protected by state law.
Azuga’s basic plug-n-play option provides a feeling of more privacy. Best for vehicles driven only within Oregon borders. Includes all basic, non-GPS services.
This back-to-basics option provides the best privacy of all methods. Smartphone app is required. No location enablement necessary.
Join the road usage charging program that’s working to improve Oregon’s roads and bridges by with a fair alternative to fuel tax. We’ll make participation easy, convenient, and fun!
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Azuga makes RUC easy. Here’s a little of what to expect:
The state of Oregon is providing reduced vehicle registration fees to participants in its OReGO road usage charge program. Fuel-efficient and electric vehicles driven less than 6,000 miles per year can save the most on these fees at vehicle title registration and renewals.
Azuga Insight is very cool technology. It actually helped identify a low battery voltage issue that was indicating we needed to get a new battery before my wife’s car broke down.
Azuga Insight is low maintenance and easy to use. I plugged it in and don’t have to do anything else.
I love Azuga Insight for several reasons: 1. I like getting the notices if my car has a problem (i.e. battery)—in fact, it was because of this warning that I fixed a battery problem before it became an issue; 2. You don’t have to go to the DEQ to renew tags; 3. I get notified if my car leaves the neighborhood—I have a young driver in the house; 4. I can see online how my household members drive (e.g. are they accelerating too much, panic braking, etc.)
I’ve already talked about OReGO and Azuga to many of my friends.
The Phase 3 Pilot is designed to further explore the feasibility of replacing the current fuel tax system with a mileage-based user fee (a.k.a. pay-per-mile tax) in a multi-state environment. Participants will include key stakeholders from New Jersey, North Carolina, Delaware, and Pennsylvania as well as DOT executives and legislative staff from other Coalition states. Phase 3 will be six months in duration, starting with enrollment in July 2020 and concluding December 31, 2020.
All participants will be able to take advantage of Azuga’s carbon footprint reports and learn eco-friendly driving practices. A few selected volunteers will participate in proof of concept testing for tolling, fuel purchases, variable road usage rates, and congestion pricing.