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Motor fuel quality program introduction
In 1997 Oregon adopted the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) national standards for motor fuel. The adoption of these national standards, along with state motor fuel quality laws, established the Division´s Motor Fuel Quality (MFQ) Program. The Measurement Standards Division tests the quality of gasoline and diesel products sold within the state of Oregon. Loading terminals, jobbers, and motor fuel retailers are all subject to inspection by the Division.
Through its MFQ program and meter inspection, the Division works to ensure that consumers and retailers alike receive the quality and quantity of fuel products purchased.

More information on fuel
Please visit our Motor fuel information center.