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ORS 813.660
Service center and manufacturer’s representative certification

  • fees
  • rules


(1)

A service center or manufacturer’s representative may not operate a service center in Oregon unless both the service center and the manufacturer’s representative obtain a certificate from the Department of State Police.

(2)

A service center and a manufacturer’s representative may apply to the department for a certificate under this section. The application shall be in such form as may be specified by the department.

(3)

The department may issue a certificate to a manufacturer’s representative if the applicant:

(a)

Meets all of the requirements established by this section and the rules adopted by the department;

(b)

Agrees to provide testimony relating to any aspect of the installation, service, monitoring, maintenance, calibration, use, removal or performance of the ignition interlock device at any criminal proceeding or administrative hearing;

(c)

Provides service centers statewide, as defined by the department by rule;

(d)

Provides 24-hour telephone assistance to customers; and

(e)

Pays all required fees.

(4)

The department may issue a certificate to a service center if the applicant:

(a)

Meets all of the requirements established by this section and the rules adopted by the department;

(b)

Utilizes ignition interlock device technicians who meet the minimum standards for qualification as a technician established by the department by rule and who undergo a criminal background check under ORS 813.665 (Criminal background check for technicians); and

(c)

Pays all required fees.

(5)

The department may adopt rules establishing additional requirements for issuance and renewal of certificates under this section.

(6)

The department may refuse to issue or renew or may suspend or revoke any certificate issued under this section in any case where the department finds that the applicant or certificate holder has violated or failed to comply with any rules adopted under this section.

(7)

A service center or manufacturer’s representative shall pay fees to the department in accordance with a fee schedule established by the department by rule.

(8)

The fees charged under this section shall be in an amount adequate to pay all administrative costs incurred by the department in administering ORS 813.660 (Service center and manufacturer’s representative certification) to 813.680 (Ignition Interlock Device Management Fund).

(9)

Certificates issued under this section are subject to the following:

(a)

A certificate shall expire one year from the date of issuance unless renewed according to the rules of the department.

(b)

The department may not issue or renew a certificate to a service center or manufacturer’s representative unless the service center or manufacturer’s representative has paid all required fees under this section.

(c)

A fee for a certificate may not be refunded in the event any certificate is refused, suspended or revoked.

(10)

The department may adopt rules for the implementation and administration of ORS 813.660 (Service center and manufacturer’s representative certification) to 813.680 (Ignition Interlock Device Management Fund). [2017 c.655 §3; 2017 c.655 §15; 2019 c.200 §§1,2]

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