The seller and buyer of a vehicle must complete an odometer disclosure.
An odometer disclosure allows the buyer to see if the mileage is increasing over time, and whether or not the mileage is actual or exceeds the mechanical limits of the odometer.
You must use the space on the back of the title to disclose odometer. If this area is already used, you may use a Secure Odometer Disclosure, Form 403 (contact DMV
for this form).
If the title is lost or destroyed, you must first get a replacement title
, disclose the odometer on the title, and then provide the title to the buyer.
If you are transferring your out-of-state vehicle to Oregon, you must record the current odometer reading on your Application for Title and Registration
(Form 735-226). Odometer disclosures are not required for:
- Vehicles not manufactured with an odometer;
- Vehicles 10 years old or older when the application for title is submitted to DMV;
- Vehicles which are not self-propelled, such as trailers or campers;
- Vehicles with a manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating (MGVWR) over 16,000 pounds;
- Class 1 all-terrain vehicles;
- Snowmobiles; and
- Title transactions when at least one of the current owners is remaining on the title.