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Oregon car dealers stand behind a proposal that would require the state to track odometer readings for cars that are more than 10 years old. Mark Bouche with the Oregon Independent Auto Dealers Association says "curbsiders," people, who sell cars without a license, are the ones rolling back odometers to entice buyers.

ODOT's Amy Joyce says the Agency’s not equipped to track odometer reading on cars older than ten years, and an upgrade would be expensive. $60,000 based on ODOT's work on similar technical changes.

 

 

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