As of January 1, 2020, Oregon residents will no longer need to apply a sticker on their permit, ID, or driver’s license when they update their address with the DMV.
This comes after House Bill 57 was passed during the 2019 Oregon Legislature.
This decision was one of strategy, as ending the usage of stickers is estimated to save $555,000 annually in postage and printing costs.
Additionally, all the funds saved will instead be channeled into the State Highway Fund to help support state and local roads, according to a press release by the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Beginning in the new year, Connecticut and Michigan will be the only two states in the country that require driver and ID permit updates with the DMV to be supported with the use of stickers.