OAR 735-028-0030
Odometer Repair/Replacement Notice Requirements


As used in this rule, odometer repair notice means the notice required under ORS 815.415 (Unlawful repair of odometer) to be placed on a vehicle when:


An odometer is serviced, repaired or replaced; and


The work could not be performed without changing the mileage reading.


The notice shall be permanently affixed to the left door frame of the vehicle and shall include all of the following:


Information identifying the form as an odometer repair notice;


The name and address of the individual, agency or business that performed the work;


The signature of the person who performed the work;


The mileage prior to the repair, replacement or service (ORS 815.415 (Unlawful repair of odometer));


The date the work was performed (ORS 815.415 (Unlawful repair of odometer)); and


That removal of the notice is a Class C misdemeanor.


Odometer disclosures submitted because an odometer was serviced, repaired or replaced shall be on a form provided by the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division of the Department of Transportation (DMV) or other form acceptable to DMV, and must contain all of the following:


Vehicle identification sufficient for DMV to identify the vehicle, such as the year, make and identification number;


The odometer reading before the repair or replacement was done;


The current odometer reading, excluding tenths of a mile or kilometer; and


The name of the business and a signature of a representative of the business that serviced, repaired or replaced the odometer.


As provided in ORS 815.415 (Unlawful repair of odometer), disclosures required under this rule shall be submitted to DMV within ten days of the completion of the work.

Source: Rule 735-028-0030 — Odometer Repair/Replacement Notice Requirements, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=735-028-0030.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 735-028-0030’s source at or​.us