2017 ORS 813.660¹
Service center certification
  • rules

(1) A person may not establish a service center without first obtaining a certificate from the Department of Transportation.

(2) A person may apply to the department for a service center certificate under this section. The application shall be in such form as may be specified by the department.

(3) The department may issue a certificate if the person:

(a) Meets all of the requirements established by this section and the rules adopted by the department;

(b) Agrees to provide testimony relating to any aspect of the installation, service, repair, monitoring, maintenance, calibration, use, removal or performance of the ignition interlock device at any criminal proceeding or administrative hearing;

(c) Utilizes ignition interlock device technicians who meet the minimum standards for qualification as a technician established by the department by rule and who undergo a criminal background check under ORS 813.665 (Criminal background check for service centers);

(d) Provides service centers statewide, as defined by the department by rule;

(e) Provides 24-hour telephone assistance to customers; and

(f) Pays all required fees.

(4) The department may adopt rules establishing additional requirements for issuance and renewal of certificates under this section.

(5) The department may refuse to issue or renew or may suspend or revoke any certificate issued under this section in any case where the department finds that the applicant or certificate holder has violated or failed to comply with any rules adopted under this section.

(6) The department by rule shall establish fees for applications for and issuance and renewal of certificates under this section. The fees shall be in an amount adequate to pay all administrative costs incurred by the department in administering ORS 813.599 (Definitions) and 813.660 (Service center certification) to 813.680 (Ignition Interlock Device Management Fund). The fees shall be designed to cover the costs to the department for issuing or renewing certificates under this section.

(7) Certificates issued under this section are subject to the following:

(a) A certificate shall expire two years from the date of issuance unless renewed according to the rules of the department.

(b) The department may not issue or renew a certificate to a service center until the fee for issuance or renewal of the certificate under this section is paid.

(c) A fee for a certificate may not be refunded in the event any certificate is refused, suspended or revoked.

(8) The department may adopt rules for the implementation and administration of ORS 813.599 (Definitions) and 813.660 (Service center certification) to 813.680 (Ignition Interlock Device Management Fund). [2017 c.655 §3]

Note: 813.660 (Service center certification) becomes operative July 1, 2018. See section 23, chapter 655, Oregon Laws 2017.

Note: The amendments to 813.660 (Service center certification) by section 15, chapter 655, Oregon Laws 2017, become operative July 1, 2019. See section 24, chapter 655, Oregon Laws 2017. The text that is operative on and after July 1, 2019, is set forth for the user’s convenience.

813.660 (Service center certification). (1) A person may not establish a service center without first obtaining a certificate from the Department of State Police.

(2) A person may apply to the department for a service center certificate under this section. The application shall be in such form as may be specified by the department.

(3) The department may issue a certificate if the person:

(a) Meets all of the requirements established by this section and the rules adopted by the department;

(b) Agrees to provide testimony relating to any aspect of the installation, service, repair, monitoring, maintenance, calibration, use, removal or performance of the ignition interlock device at any criminal proceeding or administrative hearing;

(c) Utilizes ignition interlock device technicians who meet the minimum standards for qualification as a technician established by the department by rule and who undergo a criminal background check under ORS 813.665 (Criminal background check for service centers);

(d) Provides service centers statewide, as defined by the department by rule;

(e) Provides 24-hour telephone assistance to customers; and

(f) Pays all required fees.

(4) The department may adopt rules establishing additional requirements for issuance and renewal of certificates under this section.

(5) The department may refuse to issue or renew or may suspend or revoke any certificate issued under this section in any case where the department finds that the applicant or certificate holder has violated or failed to comply with any rules adopted under this section.

(6) The department by rule shall establish fees for applications for and issuance and renewal of certificates under this section. The fees shall be in an amount adequate to pay all administrative costs incurred by the department in administering ORS 813.599 (Definitions) and 813.660 (Service center certification) to 813.680 (Ignition Interlock Device Management Fund). The fees shall be designed to cover the costs to the department for issuing or renewing certificates under this section.

(7) Certificates issued under this section are subject to the following:

(a) A certificate shall expire two years from the date of issuance unless renewed according to the rules of the department.

(b) The department may not issue or renew a certificate to a service center until the fee for issuance or renewal of the certificate under this section is paid.

(c) A fee for a certificate may not be refunded in the event any certificate is refused, suspended or revoked.

(8) The department may adopt rules for the implementation and administration of ORS 813.599 (Definitions) and 813.660 (Service center certification) to 813.680 (Ignition Interlock Device Management Fund).

1 Legislative Counsel Committee, CHAPTER 813—Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants, https://­www.­oregonlegislature.­gov/­bills_laws/­ors/­ors813.­html (2017) (last ac­cessed Mar. 30, 2018).
 
2 OregonLaws.org contains the con­tents of Volume 21 of the ORS, inserted along­side the per­tin­ent statutes. See the preface to the ORS An­no­ta­tions for more information.
 
3 OregonLaws.org assembles these lists by analyzing references between Sections. Each listed item refers back to the current Section in its own text. The result reveals relationships in the code that may not have otherwise been apparent.