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Question:

If you fail to pay three months or more of court-ordered child support worth a total of at least $2,500, your license may be suspended

A until you pay what you owe.
Explaination

If you fail to pay three months or more of court-ordered child support worth a total of at least $2,500, your license may be suspended and other pressures may be put on you until you pay what you owe. After you have done so, the Child Support Enforcement Division or a District Attorney will authorize the DMV to reinstate your driving privileges once you pay them a $75 reinstatement fee. ["Failure to Pay Child Support"; "Suspensions, Revocations and Cancelations"; Oregon DMV; http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/DMV/pages/driverid/suspreasons.aspx], ["Enforcement"; Oregon Child Support Program; https://www.doj.state.or.us/child-support/services/enforcement/]