Motor vehicles, along with campers and trailers, can be
while out of state by having their Vehicle Identification Numbers
(VIN) physically verified by another state's DMV, or by a sworn
police officer. You will need to obtain a "VIN Verification Form"
from the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles.
Oregon has no SALES TAX, and does not impose property
motor vehicles or travel trailers.
It is NOT legal to maintain two
states of residency. If you are
contemplating registering your vehicles in Oregon, you must
either reside in Oregon or be able to prove that you are living
full time in an RV, traveling on a regular basis, in order to establish an
Oregon residency. Simply having a street address does not constitute
The Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles can issue
Driver's License at any DMV office throughout the state, if you present:
(1) a valid out-of-state license,
(2) mail addressed to you with an Oregon address,
(3) are able to provide a street address.
You will be required to take a simple written test on
Mail Forwarding Services provides a street address to all
As we primarily provide a mailing service, it is
recommended that you
call the Oregon "DRIVERS AND MOTOR VEHICLES" (DMV) at
(503)945-5400, they should be able to provide the answers to any of
your questions. You might also request a copy of the "Oregon Driver's Manual".
We also recommend that you go to the Driver
and Motor Vehicles
web site as they have done an excellent job of explaining the registration