Verizon Telematics currently distributes In-Drive through insurance company partners. Participating in the RUC requires no additional hardware or installation for eligible In-Drive customers. RUC volunteers are only eligible to participate with Verizon Telematics if they already have the In-Drive device, provided by their auto insurance company, installed in their car’s OBD II port, located underneath their dashboard.
Oregon residents with cars registered in the state who wish to volunteer with Verizon Telematics should sign up by providing their Vehicle Identification Number (found on their insurance card, their car windshield on the driver-side bottom corner, or on the inside of the driver-side door) and a credit card.
Once a volunteer signs up at this site, Verizon Telematics will record the driving miles within Oregon. Verizon Telematics will calculate each volunteer’s RUC charges (miles driven in Oregon x $0.015 per mile) and fuel credits (gallons used x $0.30 per gallon) and post this amount to the volunteer's OReGo account.
When the volunteer owes the state more than $20 Verizon Telematics will charge the customer’s credit card. If the state owes the volunteer more than $20, Verizon Telematics will issue the volunteer a check.