Oregon Vehicle Equipment Generally
ORS 815.320
Unlawful certification of compliance with pollution control requirements; penalty


(1)

A person commits the offense of unlawful certification of compliance with pollution control requirements if the person does any of the following:

(a)

Falsely certifies that a motor vehicle is equipped with a functioning certified system, as defined in ORS 468A.350 (Definitions for ORS 468A.350 to 468A.400), or that the motor vehicle complies with the rules and standards adopted by the Environmental Quality Commission under ORS 468A.360 (Motor vehicle emission and noise standards).

(b)

Falsifies any information on the certificate of compliance described under ORS 815.310 (Proof of compliance with requirements).

(c)

Falsely certifies that a diesel engine has been retrofitted with approved retrofit technology under ORS 468A.810 (Certification of approved retrofit technologies).

(d)

Falsifies any information on the certificate of compliance described under ORS 468A.810 (Certification of approved retrofit technologies).

(e)

With a purpose to defraud or with intent, causes registration of a motor vehicle that would not otherwise be eligible for registration because of its failure to comply with:

(A)

Rules and standards adopted by the Environmental Quality Commission under ORS 468A.360 (Motor vehicle emission and noise standards); or

(B)

ORS 803.591 (Requirements for vehicles with diesel engines).

(2)

The offense described in this section, unlawful certification of compliance with pollution control requirements, is a Class A misdemeanor, but each day of violation does not constitute a separate offense. [1983 c.338 §217; 2019 c.645 §12]
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May. 15, 2020