The Oregon DMV will no longer require stickers on drivers’ licenses, permits or ID cards when people change their addresses. As of Jan. 1, Connecticut and Michigan will be the only states in the country that still use the stickers, according to the DMV.
The Oregon Legislature passed a bill earlier this year ending the use of the address stickers.
The DMV estimates ending the sticker program will save $550,000 a year in printing and postage costs. It said those savings will go into the State Highway Fund to “support local and state roads.”
Oregon law still requires driver license, permit and ID card holders to update the DMV with a change of address within 30 days of moving.
“In a traffic stop by law enforcement, officers can ask if the address on your card is current and verify it from inside their patrol vehicle,” the DMV said in news release Monday.