June 23, 2015 | OReGO Communications
It’s the final countdown! Only a few days left until OReGO officially starts enrolling vehicles on July 1.
Spaces are limited to only 5,000 cars and light trucks, so getting in early and signing up for the Interest List is the best way to find out all you need to know to enroll when the doors open July 1.
Enrolling is as easy as 1-2-3:
The first thing you’ll need to do is choose your OReGO account manager. The account manager will send you an easy to install mileage reporting device and handle your billing and payments.
Two of OReGO’s account managers will also offer additional GPS-enabled features that can help you save time and money. With Azuga you can log trips, diagnose your check engine light and more, while Verizon Telematics users can link their account with pay-by-the-mile insurance.
Want to keep it simple? We’ve got you covered there, too. The ODOT account manager, powered by Sanef, offers a basic mileage reporting device that works without using GPS-enabled technology. It just reads your miles driven and that’s it.
Once you’ve chosen your account manager, the next step is to create an account on their website. First you’ll enter a user name, password and basic information like your address and telephone number. Next you’ll be asked a few questions about your vehicle. You’ll want to have your vehicle’s identification number (VIN), license plate number and current odometer reading handy. This information is usually available on either your insurance card or your vehicle registration. You’ll also be asked to provide a credit card number for billing. And you can trust that your private info will be safe and secure with OReGO.
After your enrollment is approved, you’re all set! Your account manager will ship your mileage reporting device in a few days to the address provided. Once it arrives, just plug the device into your car’s OBD-II port located under the driver-side dashboard, wait a few moments for it to sync with your provider’s secure network and start driving. It’s that simple.
There’s one more thing worth mentioning: customer service. Once you’re enrolled in OReGO, we’re going to ask for your feedback and work super-hard to make you a happy customer. We’re glad you’re joining in to help us test-drive a new way to keep Oregon’s roads and bridges safe and in good shape. And for that, we owe you the best customer experience possible. But if you decide you don’t like using OReGO for any reason — no problem. You can always close your account and go back to paying tax at the pump.
Here’s ODOT’s Tom Fuller to show you how easy it is to enroll your car in OReGO:
Ready to help determine the future of transportation in Oregon? Join the OReGO Interest List today and be among the first in line to enroll on July 1. Don’t be late — save the date!
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