PPV Driver Certification Required
PPV driver certification is required for ALL drivers of:
- Transportation Network Vehicles (UBER and Lyft)
- Pedal Vehicles
Public Passenger Vehicle Code, Administrative Rules and Fees: 2018 Updates
PPV Information for Drivers from the Eugene Police Department
- Driver Letter from EPD
- Illuminated dash or window mounted lights for both UBER and Lyft are NOT legal in Oregon.
- Illegal U-turns
Public Passenger Vehicles (PPV) in Eugene
A public passenger vehicle is any vehicle which is used for the transportation of passengers for hire, including, but not limited to, shuttles, horse-drawn carriages, non-motorized bike cabs, taxicabs and transportation network vehicles.
A public passenger vehicle (PPV) license is required for any person or business to operate a public passenger vehicle company within the jurisdictional limits of Eugene and Springfield. However, an unlicensed public passenger vehicle operating outside of the jurisdictional limits of Eugene and Springfield may deliver a fare from outside those limits to a location within the limits, and if the vehicle waits for the person, retrieve the person for the return trip back outside the jurisdictional limits.
Filing a Complaint
You can now file a complaint online Opens a New Window. about a PPV company or a driver.
To operate a motorized public passenger vehicle in Eugene and Springfield, a PPV driver certification card, issued by the Business License Office, is required.