Renewing Your CDL in Oregon
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Drivers looking to renew their Oregon commercial driver licenses (CDLs) must appear in person at a DMV office.
The DMV sends renewal notices by mail to most CDL holders before expiration of their commercial licenses. For hazardous material (hazmat)-endorsed CDL holders, notices are mailed before expiration to allow time for a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) criminal background check.
Drivers may not necessarily receive these notices, but that does not prohibit them from renewing. Again though, renewal can only be done in person, and all applicants must meet certain requirements.
How to Renew
CDL renewal in Oregon starts with your renewal notice and current driver license, which must be presented as proof of age and identity. If you did not receive a renewal, you will only be required to present proper identification. Drivers with changed addresses must show proof of new address, and applicants who are 50 years old or older must undergo a DMV vision screening.
The fee for renewal of class A, B, and C commercial licenses in Oregon is $61.50.
How Long a Renewal is Valid
An upgrade of a CDL in Oregon is $75.50. A CDL upgrade with renewal (has existing CDL) is $75.50, and downgrade of a CDL is $60. The Oregon DMV does not accept credit or debit cards, but does accept checks with proper ID, and cash, with ATM machines available at most DMV locations.
New Federal Requirements
You must Self Certification of CMV Driving Type (Form 735-7369) your type of vehicle operation with the Oregon DMV. This means you must self-certify one of the following driving categories:
- Non-Excepted Interstate
- Excepted Interstate
- Non-Excepted Intrastate
- Excepted Intrastate
Visit Oregon's CDL page for more information.