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The Unified Carrier Registration Agreement is a base-state system for registering interstate motor carriers with vehicles over 10,000 pounds.
All of the following operators must pay annual registration fees that fund state motor carrier safety programs, enforcement and UCR administration.
Learn more about UCR and What is Interstate Commerce?.
Since Oregon does not participate in the UCR program, it does not accept fee payments.
To pay UCR fees:
Oregon and other states that do not participate in the program must enforce UCR requirements. Rules and regulations relating to the UCR Agreement are listed below.
FMCSA Part 392.2 — Applicable operating rules
ORS 825.104 — Federal registration and financial responsibility requirements for interstate carriers
Visit our Enforcement and Scale Operations web page for more operating enforcement information.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Safety and Fitness Electronic Records System offers company safety data and related services to the industry, law enforcement and the public.
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