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March 15, 2017
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Military surplus Humvees could soon share the Oregon streets and roadways with minivans, hatchbacks and compact electric cars.
A proposal began advancing in the Legislature last week that would make Oregon one of the few states to allow retired military Humvees on the roadways for civilian use by giving the same special registration used for antique cars and street rods. Street use would be limited to only special events like exhibitions and parades.
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