Device Performance Review
Registered fuel metering devices must have a device performance review (previously called a “calibration”) completed at least once every two years by a licensed service company.
A service company that conducts a device performance review on a motor fuel device must submit a report to TDLR within 10 business days. You should not submit a report for routine maintenance activities that are performed. Only use DPR Online to submit device performance reviews for motor fuel devices that satisfy the two-year DPR ("formerly calibration") requirement.
Reports must be submitted using the online device performance review system.
A device performance review includes:
- performance testing
- calibration (if necessary)
- inspecting for technical specifications and manufacturer guidelines
- inspecting for the presence of skimmers
A device performance review report must be kept for a period of two years by the motor fuel retailer and the service company.
Devices with a maximum flow rate of 20 GPM or less must have a DPR completed by September 1, 2020 in order to apply or renew.
Devices with a maximum flow rate of more than 20 GPM must have a DPR completed by September 1, 2021 in order to apply or renew.
Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) meters must have a DPR completed by September 1, 2021 in order to apply or renew.