It is a requirement in the state of Oregon that trucking companies and owner-operators obtain Oregon Truck Permits even if motor carriers have an IFTA license. To get started on filing for Oregon Truck Permits, click here.
The following are Oregon truck permits:
Heavy Motor Vehicle Trip Permit
Trip permits must be obtained PRIOR to operation. Motor carriers need this permit if:
- The vehicle’s gross weight is over 26,000 pounds and\or has 3 axles.
- The vehicle(s) does not have registration (expired or no plates).
- Oregon does not appear on the registration cab card.
Note: The registration or Cab Card must be obtained by the truck driver for information.
Heavy Trailer Trip Permit
Trailers that are not registered already, are required to obtain a permit.
This permit is issued to motor carriers when:
- Validate payment of the weight-mile tax is received upfront.
- The combined gross weight of a truck, trailer, and load exceed 26,000 pounds.
Note: Temporary Passes for an account has a maximum number of five or more for one unit or 35 in a rolling 12 month period.
Temporary Registration Weight Increase
These will temporarily increase the Commercial or Apportioned registration weight of a vehicle for a period of 10 days. The following credentials will be decided on a case-by-case basis.
- Declare tax paid at a higher weight for the vehicle.
- Obtain an oversize or overweight permit when operating over 80,000 pounds and/or legal load dimensions.
- Get a special permit such as Road Use Assessment Fees by way of a Single Trip Permit.
Temporary Enrollment Document
- Issue by MCTD or by way of Oregon Trucking Online when the vehicle is subject to weight-mile tax and currently has no base plate on the vehicle.
- When the base plate is received and mounted, this temporary enrollment document must be canceled and the vehicle must be enrolled in Oregon’s Weight-Mile Tax Program with the current plate number.
Information regarding a permit for transporting Hazardous materials is available on the Oregon State Truck Safety web page.
Required Information to Obtain Oregon Truck Permits
- USDOT number (If you don’t have one, apply with us now)
- Date(s) of travel
- Driver(s) full legal name(s)
- Route Travel or the number of miles to purchase.
- Vehicle Information
- Power unit base plate.
- 17 digit Vehicle Identification Number
- Unit number.
- Truck own or lease information.
- Registered weight.
- Operating weight — The heaviest weight at which the vehicle will operate during the 10-day permit.
- Registration Cab Card — Apportioned Registration.
- Registration — Temporary or Registration Trip Permit.
- Method of payment — credit card (Visa or MasterCard only).
- Fax number or email address to send the registration and/or permit.
- Temporary Passes are set up for short-term use only.
- Motor carriers are responsible for all tax enrollment under their account, including vehicles under lease or rent.
- When a carrier will not be operating in Oregon, it is advisable to cancel tax enrollment.