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Do you consume DIESEL Fuel in OREGON?
If your answer is NO, you can disregard this.
If your answer is YES, please read below essential information.
In the case your business or company gets audited by ODOT (Oregon Department of Transportation), and you did not communicate to us your OREGON TRUCK PERMIT and/or failed to provide to us your OREGON EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE, as a result we cannot be responsible for any tax liabilities. This email will be saved on your file as proof of communication.
If you are a Trucking Company or an Owner Operator and you consume DIESEL FUEL in the state of OREGON, then, Your company NEEDS TO OBTAIN a Fueling Permit ‘Oregon Truck Permit’.
We (Energie Fuel·Lakeview Petroleum) are not Oregon Permit Tax Professionals.
The information presented here is to help our customers find the necessary information to obtain the OREGON WEIGHT MILE PERMIT Number, if applicable for your business and/or company.
Should you have any further questions about your business Taxes or Oregon Taxes, please reach out to your tax service provider.
If your business DOES QUALIFY and OBTAINS an Oregon Weight Mile Permit Number:
- Please Immediately provide the permit number to us. As we must record it on the fleet fuel cards that you have with us for proper tax exemption.
- Please fill out the OREGON EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE. Found here: Oregon Exemption Certificate
Here are the different permits available:
Heavy Motor Vehicle and Trailer Permit
Grants the use of unregistered Motor vehicles with a registration weight (ORS 801.420) over 8,000 pounds and Motorized fixed load vehicles. Additionally, you cannot use this permit on Tow/recovery vehicles; or Motor homes.
***Moreover, vehicles with a combined weight over 26,000 pounds may be subject to weight-mile tax. Vehicles that weigh over 80,000 pounds require an over-dimension permit.
Light Vehicle Trip Permit
Allows the use of unregistered Passenger vehicles in Oregon (8,000 pounds or less combined weight);
Light trailers and special use trailers (8,000 pounds or less loaded weight); Low-speed vehicles; Medium-speed electric vehicles; Mopeds; or Motorcycles. Only two permits for the same vehicle in a 12-month period may be obtained.
Recreational Vehicle Permit
This includes the use of unregistered Campers; Travel trailers; or Motor homes.
However, the length of the RV cannot be over 45 feet long. Additionally, you must show proof of vehicle ownership, if you are not listed as the owner on Oregon DMV records. Permits can only be obtained for up to 10 days for the same RV in a 12-month period. However, multiple permits for less than 10 days are doable, but the total days for a 12-month period cannot be more than 10.
Registration Weight Trip Permit
Grants the use of Oregon-registered vehicles at a higher weight than the existing registration allows.
For instance, vehicles that want to pull a heavy trailer weighing over 8,000 pounds. However, it does not include travel trailers, fixed loads, or special use trailers. This permit also allows vehicles to operate at a registration weight (ORS 801.420) over 10,000 pounds. Moreover, this permit does not protect for-rent vehicles.
Registered Vehicle Trip Permit
For OR registered vehicles ONLY.
Grants the use of Oregon-registered vehicles under conditions, or in ways not allowed with the current registration.
Government vehicles with E plates and School buses with SC plates often use this type of permit. However, it cannot be used on Farm; Prorated farm; For-rent; Charitable/non-profit; Tow/recovery; or Manufactured structure transporter.
Snowmobile Out-Of-State Residents
If you want to vacation in OREGON during winter and have snowmobiles, you will need this permit.
This permit grants the use of a snowmobile in Oregon when the owner is a resident of another state and the snowmobile is not registered.
Additionally, Snowmobile permits are effective for up to 60 days. There are a host of requirements you must provide to apply for this permit.
MORE INFO CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://www.dotoperatingauthority.com/oregon-truck-permits/