Or. Admin. R. 735-174-0010 - Tax Refunds on the Use of Gasoline and Other Motor Vehicle Fuels
(1) General Use and Certain Export Claims. Each such refund claim must be made on the current Fuels Tax Refund Claim form as prescribed by the Department for refund claims of motor vehicle fuel for general use or motor vehicle fuel exported in the tank of a motor vehicle when motor vehicle fuel tax is paid to the receiving state or jurisdiction as defined in ORS 319.280 and 319.320.
(2) Aircraft Fuel Use. Each such refund claim must be made on the current Fuels Tax Refund Claim as prescribed by the Department for all refund claims of fuel used in aircraft. The taxes established in ORS 319.020(2) are refundable as provided in ORS 319.330.
(3) Licensed Dealer Claims. Instead of filing refund claims, a licensed dealer in motor vehicle fuel may enter the gallons of motor vehicle fuel used in a refundable manner on forms prescribed by the Department, and include it with the monthly tax report. In doing so, all requirements pertaining to refund claims must be met and subject to limitations in ORS 319.375. Claims based on the export of motor vehicle fuel out of Oregon will be allowed only if the person claiming the refund holds a valid motor vehicle fuel dealer's license, or equivalent, issued by the state, territory, or county to which the motor vehicle fuel is exported and where it is unloaded. The Department may require claimants to submit proof of such a license.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 319.010 - 319.880
Stats. Implemented: ORS 319.280, 319.330
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