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The Motor Carrier Transportation Division will only license the power units. Trailers are registered by DMV – Heavy Trailers.
Any motor carrier registered to operate in Oregon can apply for a password to access our secure Oregon Trucking Online website to register vehicles, check status, manage account information and more.
Motor carriers with vehicles over 26,000 pounds must register each vehicle at the heaviest loaded weight it will operate in Oregon during the year and pay an annual fee according to the following fee tables.
Oregon Registration Fee Tables — Effective Jan. 1, 2018
Interstate Registration Fee Tables — Effective Jan. 1, 2018
Manufactured structure toters must be registered at the “fully equipped for service” weight, including tools, blocks, tractors, etc.
Note: The registration weight does not include the weight of a manufactured structure, a special use trailer or travel trailer.
Commercial Registration Application — Manufactured Structure Toter
Oregon-Based Motor CarriersTrucks over 26,000 pounds combined weight display an ODOT truck license plate. Trucks that only operate within Oregon display an ODOT plate marked "Commercial" that begins with the letters Y C.
To operate in Oregon, motor carriers must submit:
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