Oklahoma Vehicle Registration

Oklahoma Vehicle Registration

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Oklahoma Vehicle Registration

According to the rules of Oklahoma vehicle registration, all vehicles, including boats and any outboard motors that have more than 10 horsepower must be registered annually, unless they are in salvage or in junked status. There are no exceptions for vehicles, motors, or boats that are not in use in Oklahoma. The type of Oklahoma vehicle registration depends upon the class of vehicle, how the vehicle is used, and sometimes the qualification of the vehicle owner. Most Oklahoma vehicle registration transactions can be completed a local Oklahoma motor license agency.
Initial Oklahoma Vehicle Registration
If you are completing the OK vehicle registration process, will need to complete the following:
• Provide proof of liability insurance before registering your motor vehicle

• The vehicle title

• Application for the vehicle’s title form which must be notarized

• Declaration of Purchase Price or a Bill of Sale

• Proof of identification
Noncommercial Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Fees
Noncommercial OK vehicle registration rates apply to passenger automobiles, non agricultural and non commercial trucks, motor homes, and travel trailers. Any noncommercial vehicles that have OK registration are registered based on their initial year of registration, as follows:
• $91.00 for 1st through 4th year of OK registration 

• $81.00 for 5th through 8th year of OK registration

• $61.00 for 9th through 12th year of OK registration

• $41.00 for 13th through 16th year of OK registration
 
• $21.00 for 17th year and over 
Any motorcycles that are used on the highways and within the state of Oklahoma must have OK registration based on of their years of OK registration, as follows:
• $94.00 for 1st through 4th year of OH vehicle registration 

• $84.00 for 5th through 8th year of OH vehicle registration

• $64.00 for 9th through 12th year of OH vehicle registration

• $44.00 for 13th through 16th year of OH vehicle registration

• $24.00 for 17th year and over 
Any commercial trucks, which include trucks, station wagons or truck tractors utilized mainly in commercial settings have OK vehicle registration fees which are based upon the declared laden weight of the truck and, in some circumstances, the age of the truck. In order to qualify for the commercial truck OK registration for vehicles 15,000 pounds or under, at least one of these qualities must be present:
• Oklahoma Sales Tax Permit Number

• Federal Employers Identification Number
If the commercial use if for a sole proprietor, a copy of the IRS Schedule C from the sole proprietor’s recent tax year.
Renewing Oklahoma Vehicle Registration
The Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Division notifies owners of motor vehicles with impending expiration dates of their Oklahoma vehicle registration renewal by mail. OK vehicle registrations can be renewed prior to the expiration date through the mail, or in person with the Oklahoma Tax commission.

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