Can you turn right on red in Oregon?

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James Alton
James AltonLicensed Insurance Intermediaries

Posted on Jan 22, 2023

In Oregon, you are allowed to turn right on a red light after coming to a complete stop and checking for oncoming traffic. However, there are some exceptions - like if there is a sign that says "No turn on red", or if there is a policeman directing traffic. Make sure to read all signs carefully to make sure you are following the correct rules.

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