Vehicles subject to weight-mile tax must be registered with the Motor Carrier Transportation Division (MCTD) of ODOT. This applies
primarily to vehicles with a registration weight of 26,001 pounds or more.
SIGNATURE OF REGISTERED OWNER
I certify this vehicle is not required to be registered through the Motor Carrier Transportation Division and is not subject to weight-mile
tax. I understand it is a crime under ORS 803.385 to certify the truth of a statement when you know the statement is not true. Such a
crime is punishable by a jail sentence of up to one year, a fine up to $6,250 or both.
Farm Vehicles: If this vehicle is not listed in your farm file and a farm identification number is not assigned, or if you have not
completed a Farm Certification Application (Form 735-9670), you must attach a Farm Certification Application to this form. If you have
questions, call the Farm Desk at (503) 378-5203.
Tow/Recovery Vehicles: If you have not applied for registration previously for this vehicle, or if the registration for this vehicle is
expired you must complete an Application for Tow or Recovery Vehicle Certification (Form 735-387) and attach it to this form.
FARM VEHICLE AND/OR TOW RECOVERY REGISTRATION
If you do not know if your vehicle is subject to weight-mile tax, contact the Motor Carrier Transportation Division, &AIRVIEW
)NDUSTRIAL$RIVE3%,Salem OR 9730-. The telephone number is (503) 378-6699.
Vehicles with registration weights of less than 26,001 pounds may also be subject to weight-mile tax if the vehicle's combined weight is
26,001 pounds or more This would include, for example, a vehicle used exclusively to tow manufactured structures, since the
manufactured structure is not included in the registration weight, but is part of the combined weight. If the combined weight of your
vehicle is 26,001 pounds or more, you must register with MCTD.
If you wish to register or renew a vehicle that has a registration weight of 26,001 pounds or more with DMV, you must certify the vehicle
is not subject to weight-mile tax. A farm-plated vehicle must register with DMV even if it is subject to weight-mile tax while being
operated under a contract farm carrier permit.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR VEHICLES WITH COMBINED WEIGHT OVER 26
(DMV use only)
School buses or school activity vehicles used exclusively in transporting students to or from any school or authorized school
activity or function, including extracurricular activities, and to or from points designated by school, are registered with school
bus plates or publicly owned plates, whichever is applicable.
For school bus registration, I certify that use of this vehicle meets the requirements for school buses or school activity vehicles as
provided in ORS Chapter 820, or by rules adopted by the Oregon Department of Education or State Board of Higher EducationQTCP
SCHOOL BUS REGISTRATION
DMV uses a customer based file. This enables us to link all types of DMV records together for a customer. It is important that you use
your customer number and the same name when conducting business with DMV. In the case of individuals, the person's date of birth
(DOB) is also important.
Customer Number for Persons: Your customer number is your Oregon driver license (ODL), identification card (ID) or instruction
permit number. Use that number on the application. If you do not have an ODL, ID card or instruction permit, DMV will assign a
customer number to you when the application is received. You must use your full legal name on all business you conduct with DMV.
This is the name you have established on your ODL, ID card or instruction permit.
Customer Number for Businesses: If you know your customer number for your business, list that number on the application.
Businesses must also use the same name in all business they conduct with DMV.
Residence or Business Address: Provide the address where you primarily reside. If the owner listed is a lessee, the address of the
lessee must be shown. For a business, you must provide the address of the business.
Mailing Address: If you receive your mail at an address other than the residence or business address, complete the mailing address
on Lines 5 and 6.
Vehicle Address: If the vehicle is primarily housed or located at an address that is different than the residence or business address,
complete the vehicle address on Lines 9 and 10. Business owners: Be careful not to confuse the vehicle address with your business
address or mailing address.
One-time Mailing Address: If you would like the title and or registration document mailed to a one-time mailing address (other than
the residence, business or mailing address), you must complete the area on Lines 9 and 10.
Change of Address: Only the address listed for the owner shown on Line 4 will be changed if it is different than what DMV records
show. The address will be changed on both the vehicle and driver record. Individuals will receive an address change sticker
for their ODL, ID card or instruction permit. Additional owners listed on Lines 7 and 8 must complete a Change of Address, Form
6438, and submit it separately, to change their address.
Work Address: If any owner listed on the application has a work address on file with DMV, that person must be listed on Line 4 and
the work address listed on Lines 5 and 6. To change your address to a work address, you must be eligible pursuant to ORS 802.250
and complete a Request for Police or Public Agency Address on DMV Records, Form 6438A. To change your address from a
workaddress back to your residence address, you must submit a new Change of Address, Form 6438.
NAME AND ADDRESS REQUIREMENTS
SCHOOL DISTRICT NAME(s) ______________________________________________________