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Recreational Vehicle (RV) Show License


This page provides information about qualifying and applying for a Recreational Vehicle (RV) Show License.
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General Information
A Recreational Vehicle (RV) Show License authorizes an individual to organize and hold an RV show. The license must list each RV dealer participating in the show.
Note: "Show" means a site where RVs are temporarily displayed and offered for sale, and does not include a site that is used to display RVs for more than 10 days or that is a place of business listed on a supplemental certificate issued under ORS 822.040.

In order to qualify and apply, you must:
  • Apply at least 30 days prior, but no more than 60 days before the first day of the show;
  • Complete an Application for Recreational Vehicle Show License Certificate (Form 735-7225);
  • List each dealer participating in the show on the application form;
  • Include for each dealer the name under which the business is being conducted and the street address, city and county of the dealer's place of business as listed on the vehicle dealer certificate; and
  • Pay a $50 application fee.  
Note: Additional application details are included in the application form.
Note: A license is valid for the length of the show as stated on the license itself.
You may copy or 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).
For more information you may contact DMV Business Regulations at (503) 945-5052.
Relevant Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS)
Links to applicable statutes are provided below:
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: