June 5, 2015 | OReGO Communications
If you’re like most Americans, you probably have a smart phone in your pocket or within reach right now.
And when we’re not busy trying to break our personal high score on Candy Crush, we use smart phones as a tool for communication, productivity and navigation.
Many of the smart phone functions and apps we love are powered by GPS-enabled technology that improves the accuracy of the information we need and use.
When you sign up for the OReGO program starting in July, you’ll be able to choose either of two GPS-enabled options for mileage recording. Depending on your choice, you’ll enjoy benefits that can improve the overall health of your car, keep your family safe and save you money.
In a previous blog post, we talked about the value-added services provided by Azuga’s onboard technology, and how the Verizon account option offers pay-per-mile insurance for additional cost savings. And if neither of those sounds right for you, no problem! ODOT, powered by Sanef, will offer a basic recording option that does not use GPS.
Regardless of which mileage recording option you choose, you can trust that we’re taking every precaution to ensure your personal information is safe and secure with OReGO. In fact, state officials worked with the American Civil Liberties Union to win its approval of the project’s privacy protection provisions by guaranteeing that measures are in place to protect your privacy and personal information.
The beauty of OReGO is that it gives you several options to choose from, and who doesn’t love picking out the deal that works best for you?
Go to myOReGO.org today to learn more about your account management options. And don’t forget to sign up on the Interest List to be one of the first in line when volunteer registration opens on July 1.
OReGO: Better roads. Happy drivers.
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