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Oregon Department of Transportation Locations and Hours


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Telephone customer service representatives are available to provide general information from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm on Wednesday.

Oregon Department of Transportation
Driver and Motor Vehicles Division (DMV)
(503) 945-5000 - Salem DMV Headquarters    

(503) 945 5001 - TTY (for hearing or speech-impaired individuals)

(503) 299-9999 - Portland Metro Area
(541) 388-6322 - Bend
(541) 686-7855 - Eugene
(541) 776-6025 - Medford
(541) 440-3395 - Roseburg    


DMV Headquarters
1905 Lana Ave NE
Salem, Oregon 97314    


You may also contact the DMV via email with specific questions or issues.


The Oregon Department of Transportation's DMV has locations in all regions throughout the State. Click here to find the DMV office location nearest you.


Apart from visiting DMV locations to schedule your vision, knowledge and road tests, you may also call your preferred DMV office to make a regular road test appointment or reschedule an existing appointment. For commercial licenses, you can also make an appointment 48 hours ahead of time with a Third Party Tester. You can call (503) 229-5066 to make an appointment for a vehicle inspection at the Clackamas, Gresham or Sunset County Emissions Inspection Stations.


  • DMV Offices handle issues concerning titles, registration, licenses, commercial licenses, non-driver IDs, permits and more. You can also schedule your vision, knowledge and road tests here, although road tests for commercial licenses can also be performed at third party testing locations. Remember, all DMV Offices do not offer all services. DMV Offices are open Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, except for holidays observed by the DMV, but timings may vary. Some offices are also open on Saturdays. Please verify the hours and services offered at your preferred office before visiting in person.
  • Third Party Testing Locations are open Monday-Friday, except for holidays observed by the DMV, but timings may vary. Some locations are also open on Saturdays. Please verify the hours at your preferred testing location before visiting in person. For commercial licenses, you can schedule a road test at a Third Party Testing Location or at a DMV Office that does road tests for commercial licenses.
  • Emissions Inspection Stations are available for vehicle inspections. Click here to find a Clean Air Station near you. Operating hours for Clean Air Stations generally are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:30 am-5:30 pm and Saturday 8:30 am-1:00 pm, except for holidays observed by the DMV, but timings may vary. Some offices are closed on Mondays or Saturdays. Please verify the hours at your preferred station before visiting in person. Once a week, the inspection stations are open until 9:00 pm.
  • Dealer Processing Centers handle all the paperwork sent to them by licensed dealers.

Reviews of Oregon Department of Transportation Locations and Hours

I couldl not have said it better. Thank you Anonymous 3/31. I hope more people will agree or write their experiences that they had themselves., good or bad. I would really want to know if the employees are always in a bad mood or just when I and all my friends need service.

Maybe it was just me, I was in a good mood but the girl I got on the phone was pleasent, informitave and very helpful. On the other hand I was not asking for something they cannot give. Maybe some are not nice but often when you go to the DMV people may already have an attitude on. Try being nice right off, have everything done in advance, and maybe your experence might be better, or maybe not.

It has been my unfortunate experience that the employees at DMV, (including the call center) all seem to be miserable with thier jobs. More times than not the attitudes displayed and relayed by the DMV employees is one of frustration, irritability and frankly as though we, the public are wasting their time. Correct me if I am wrong, but two things seem quite obvious to me, we, the public, make it possible for them to have a job and in this time of economic uncertainity and recession, there are a lot of people that would be very happy to have a job. I completely understand that they may consider their jobs stressfull and they may be feeling overworked, however I feel it important that these employees remember that the people they are helping are going through some kind of a struggle as well. WE are all in this together. It is time that Everyone, even the employees at DMV, be a little nicer than you have to be, because you have no idea what the person on the other side of the counter is going through.