CCD Motor Carrier News - Holiday Hours, Renewal Deadline & More

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Motor Carrier News

Commerce and Compliance Division | December 15, 2021

CCD Holiday Hours

Christmas closures: Commerce and Compliance Division (CCD) will be closed on Friday, December 24 and Saturday, December 25 in observance of the Christmas holiday.

Registration services by phone will resume on Sunday, December 26 at 8am PST.

New Year closures: CCD will be closed on Friday, December 31 and Saturday, January 1 in observance of the New Year.

Registration services by phone will resume on Sunday, January 2 at 8am PST.

Please be sure to be plan ahead and use Oregon Trucking Online (TOL) if possible.

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2022 Renewal Deadline Approaching

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Don’t forget to complete your renewal for 2022. All renewals must be completed by December 31.

Oregon-based carriers (Commercial, Apportioned and IFTA) can complete your renewal by mail or in person at a CCD office, but appointments are limited as the holidays and deadline approach. If you are registered for TOL we encourage you to complete your renewal online today.

Out-of-state carriers with established Oregon motor carrier accounts only need to ensure that your current vehicle list is up to date, as all listed vehicles automatically re-enroll in the Oregon Weight-Mile Tax (WMT) Program. No action is required unless you need to add, amend or cancel vehicles in your account. You can do all of this online through TOL.

Carriers that have enrolled vehicles with no base license plate on file with the Department should have received a list of temporary enrollments.

For all 2022 renewal information, including how to schedule and prepare for a renewal appointment for in-person service, please visit CCD’s renewal page.

PRISM: Don’t forget! Oregon is now a Performance and Registration Information System Management (PRISM) compliant jurisdiction. The goal of PRISM is to reduce the number of commercial motor vehicle crashes, injuries and fatalities. Make sure you meet all requirements for the PRISM program when renewing this year. For more information, please see CCD’s PRISM requirements checklist.

New Tax Rates and Fees for 2022

Thanks to House Bill 2017 from 2017, Oregon is making major investments to benefit everyone who uses the state's transportation system. Per this legislation, new fees and tax rates are effective January 1, 2022.

Please visit our website to see more about changes to Oregon weight-mile tax and flat fee rate tables, along with RUAF (Road Use Assessment Fee Rates) fee increases for heavy loads over 98,000 pounds that cannot be divided (such as a large piece of machinery).

Carriers can find all updated forms, tax tables and fee schedules online on our Forms and Tables page.

Please note: These are effective January 1, 2022 and do not affect your final filings for 2021.

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New in 2022: HB 2498 – Deaf/Hard of Hearing Notations

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This year, the Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 2498, which amends Oregon law to allow individuals to request notations placed on their driver license, permit or ID card if they are deaf or hard of hearing. The new law also allows a notation to be placed on the vehicle registration card to indicate that a registered owner, or the person operating the vehicle, may be deaf or hard of hearing. Customers will not be required to provide proof that they are deaf or hard of hearing. This change goes into effect January 1, 2022.

If carriers have any DMV-related questions about this new option, please contact DMV at (503) 945-5000 or (503) 299-9999 (Portland Metro Area), or visit the DMV website at

Don't forget your chains!

Driving in Oregon can be hazardous — and truckers play a big role in how safely we get through the season of snow and ice. Be prepared to chain up properly and avoid a new doubled penalty! Find out more about Oregon's new chain law and fines.

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Make things easier - use Oregon Trucking Online (TOL)


We continue to encourage motor carriers to take advantage of the many services available to them through Oregon Trucking Online (TOL).

Once you have a registered account, you can operate on permanent tax credentials and handle nearly all of your needs online. TOL makes things easy and saves you time and hassle!

How do I set up an Oregon Trucking Online account?

  1. Establish a motor carrier account with Commerce and Compliance Division.
    2. Go to TOL to request a PIN.
    3. Follow the instructions on the PIN Request Form.
    4. An owner, partner, LLC member/manager, corporate officer or someone possessing a Power of Attorney must sign the PIN Request Form.
    5. Fax or mail your PIN Request Form to Commerce and Compliance Division.
    6. Upon approval, you will receive a confirmation email with a temporary PIN password.
    7. Log in to TOL with your name, file number and temporary password and setup your permanent password.

    If you have trouble registering for TOL, call 503-378-6699.

Sign up for TOL today!