Oregon One-Time On-Road Vehicle Reporting - Coming Head On!

Updated: Sep 8

Operators of on-road vehicles in Oregon with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) over 8,500 pounds that meet any of the following requirements for calendar year 2021 must submit a report to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) by June 30, 2022:


1. Gross annual revenue greater than $50 million;

2. Owned 5 or more vehicles in Oregon;

3. Brokered or dispatched 5+ vehicles into Oregon;

4. Any state or local government agencies with 5+ vehicles;

5. Any federal government agencies with 5+ vehicles.


*Military vehicles, vehicles awaiting sale or emergency vehicles are not required to report.


It’s not just large Class 7-8 heavy duty vehicles that are required to report, but vans, tow trucks, service trucks, and medium-sized pickup trucks can exceed the weight limit and trigger reporting. In addition, large companies (>$50 million in gross revenue) that operate only one or two on-road vehicle in this category will also require reporting for vehicles that operated out of a facility within the state or is dispatched into Oregon.


The good news is the ODEQ put together an Excel file to assist operators with reporting. This report is similar to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Advanced Clean Fleets Rule that required one-time reporting and is intended to help develop future electrification requirements for medium- and heavy-duty on-road vehicles. ODEQ’s reporting file is found here: https://www.oregon.gov/deq/aq/programs/pages/mdhdreporting.aspx, and is due by June 30, 2022.


ALG routinely works with companies to assist with on-road and off-road vehicle reporting. If you would like assistance determining if your operations are subject to Oregon’s One-Time Reporting requirement for on-road vehicles and/or completing your One-Time Report, contact Brad Ripa at bripa@algcorp.com or at (281) 806-5828.

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