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Dismantler Certificate

Overview

This page provides information about qualifying and applying for a Dismantler Certificate.
 
Use the links below to go directly to any section:
General Information
   
A Dismantler Certificate authorizes an individual to:
  • Carry on or conduct the business of buying, selling or dealing in or processing, except for processing into scrap metal, motor vehicles for the purpose of destroying, salvaging, dismantling, disassembling, reducing to major component parts, crushing, compacting, recycling, or substantially altering in form; or 
  • Carry on or conduct the business of dealing in or processing motor vehicle major component parts that are stocked in the inventory of the business, if the buying, selling, dealing in, or processing of major component parts is not part of a business selling new vehicles or repairing vehicles. 
Qualify/Apply
  
In order to qualify and apply, you must:
Note: Additional application details are included in the application form.
 
You may print the application form on your computer, or you may obtain a hardcopy form by calling DMV Business Regulations at (503) 945-5052.  
 
You may submit your completed application, supporting materials and payment by mail or in person to our office at:
Driver and Motor Vehicle Services
Business Regulation
1905 Lana Ave NE
Salem, OR 97314
Service counter hours are 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday thru Friday (excluding statewide and holiday closures).
 
Note: Due to the added costs of merchant fees, DMV offices only accept cash or checks and do not accept credit or debit cards.
 
For more information you may contact DMV Business Regulations at (503) 945-5052.
 
Renewal

A Dismantler Certificate is valid for three years from the date of issuance.  You must reapply every three years. 
 
To reapply, complete all of the steps in the Qualify and Apply section above.

Relevant Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS)
  
Use the links below to go directly to the applicable statutes:

Note: In using the links above, you may need to scroll down to find the correct ORS or OAR reference.

Related Information
  
Additional information that may be relevant includes: