Or. Admin. R. 735-042-0040 - Fleet Cancellation
(1) The Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division of the Department of Transportation (DMV) may cancel the registration of any or all vehicles in a fleet or declare the fleet ineligible for fleet registration if DMV determines the fleet operator has:
(a) Failed to maintain a fleet size of 50 vehicles for a consecutive 60-day period;
(b) Permitted the registration issued to be used on a vehicle other than the one to which it was assigned;
(c) Failed to pay renewal fees or meet any applicable registration renewal requirements by the last day of the month of expiration;
(d) Failed to pay, or attempted to avoid payment of any fees required by statute or rule for fleet registration, which includes payment of registration fees in lieu of surrendering plates for vehicles removed from the fleet;
(e) Falsely certified to DMV the disposition of plates required by OAR 735-042-0010(2) or (4); or
(f) Failed to surrender plates or a certification as to the disposition of the plates to DMV within 30 days of the date any vehicle became ineligible or was no longer operated by the fleet.
(2) Fleets whose registrations are cancelled shall be eligible for a hearing as outlined by ORS 183.310, 183.550, and 809.100.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 802.010, ORS 803, ORS 805.120 & Ch. 76 & 723, OL 1989
Stats. Implemented: ORS 805.120
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