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Is motor oil an ORM D?

Last Updated: 18th September, 2021

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Fuel oil is acceptable if the material can qualify as a consumer commodity material or ORM-D, and is sent within the quantity limitations and packaging requirements stated in 343.21 or 343.22, as applicable.

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Also question is, is engine oil considered hazmat?

What are the Hazmat requirements to ship aerosol or motor oil quarts? Vehicle motor oil is not considered a hazardous liquid and is technically, non-flammable. USPS does ship vehicle motor oil.

Secondly, can I ship motor oil? Engine oil is not considered hazardous material by the USPS, so it should just go by the weight of the package, etc. Yes and no. USPS will not ship oil internationally, because they won't ship "hazardous" material via the air.

Also asked, what is considered ORM D?

ORM-D (other regulated materials for domestic transport only) is a marking for mail or shipping in the United States. Packages bearing this mark contain hazardous material in a limited quantity that presents a limited hazard during transportation, due to its form, quantity, and packaging.

Can ORM D packages be shipped from the UPS Store locations?

Materials marked "ORM-D" and shipped by UPS Ground within the 48 contiguous states, UPS Ground Intra-Oahu and Intra-Alaska do not require hazardous material shipping papers. Print the ORM-D or Limited Quantity marking and securely affix to your package.

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