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  • Don't stand in line, go online
    Conduct your DMV business online
    All customers can change their address, check office wait times and report the sale or transfer of a vehicle using DMV's online services. Most customers (if stated on their renewal notice) can renew their vehicle registrations online. Save yourself a trip and use the Web instead! 
  • Winter storms can impact the services available at DMV offices
    Inclement weather often halts drive tests and forces office closures
    During severe weather conditions, drive tests may have to be canceled or delayed and traction devices (chains, studded tires, etc.) may be required. Also, offices may have to close if staff cannot safely reach the facility or if there are power outages. Furthermore, central support staff may not be able to update DMV's internet site so be sure to call the office you plan to visit before heading out.
  • All DMV Offices Now Accept Debit and Credit Cards
    Now you can pay using your card
    All sixty Oregon DMV field offices are accepting debit and credit card payments now that installation of software, hardware, and employee training is finished.  Customer response is incredible,” DMV Administrator Tom McClellan said. “Our satisfaction surveys showed a desire for credit and debit payments, and we’re pleased by the positive response already. Legislative budget approval was essential for our success.”
  • Did You Know?
    You Can Complete Your Vehicle Titling and Registration at a Dealership!
    Oregon Dealers who participate in the electronic vehicle registration (EVR) service can process your title and registration transactions at the time of sale. They can also help find and update your customer data.  Enjoy a one-stop shopping experience and forget about waiting for DMV. Just another convenience that DMV and dealers are offering to make your auto purchase quick and easy.
  • Oregon Special Registration Plates
    Creating a new Oregon license plate?
    Starting July 1, 2016, qualifying non-profits, public bodies, and institutes of higher education can apply for special registration plates through Oregon DMV’s new program. The Oregon Special Registration Plates Application Guide has all the details.
  • Need to take your drive test NOW?
    Schedule it with a private party tester
    DMV is currently allowing several private businesses to conduct our behind-the-wheel drive test. These businesses may offer quicker, more convenient appointment times, including weekends. Call the private party tester nearest you to get information about your testing options.
  • Join OReGO Today!
    Show your love for the road. Space is limited!
    The OReGO Interest List is a community of people who want the first and best information about this pioneering mileage tax program. As a participant, you will get regular email updates, including information on how you (and your vehicle) can help make history.
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