Oregon Independent Automobile Dealers Association
Serving the Oregon Independent Dealers Since 1948

Oregon State Capitol 1OIADA must be a constant presence in monitoring current legislation within our state. We need to interpret legislative activity that may impact our industry. It is the association’s responsibility to maintain an ongoing relationship with governmental officials and regulatory agencies.

pac origYour voluntary PAC contribution helps our legislative representatives work for you, the independent auto dealer. OIADA has worked on many issues affecting dealers such as stopping the 3 day right of rescission, getting temporary motorcycle permits that actually fit on the rear plate area, extension of DEQ slips from 90 days to 180 days, all new broker disclosure forms, new silver dealer plate that makes us really look like a dealer, opposing no sales on Sunday, saying no to a big increase in DMV fees, as well as ongoing dealings with regulatory agencies, just to mention a few.

An added benefit to making a political contribution is the Oregon Tax Credit. You can take this directly off your state tax liability. The credit is $50 for an individual and $100 on a joint return. We thank you for understanding the importance of a strong presence within our Legislature. Please remember the next time you renew your membership to consider your PAC POLITICAL contribution.

Executive Order on Closures, Auto Dealers fall in the 6 ft social distance ruling, must comply with every ruling and safety measure.

For more information please read the file below.

State_Executive_Order.pdf

Diane Sparks Executive Director