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A Scarlet Letter for Uninsured Drivers in Oklahoma

A new law that will go into effect in Oklahoma on Nov. 1 aims to ensure drivers carry insurance, as those who are caught without coverage will have their license plates replaced with a yellow sticker publicizing the fact that they have been driving without insurance...
May 7, 2013

A new law that will go into effect in Oklahoma on Nov. 1 aims to ensure drivers carry insurance, as those who are caught without coverage will have their license plates replaced with a yellow sticker publicizing the fact that they have been driving without insurance. These drivers will incur a daily fee for temporary insurance and be given 10 working days to obtain an insurance policy. State Insurance Commissioner John Doak supports the law, underscoring its importance in lowering the number of uninsured drivers who leave accident victims shouldering the repair costs.

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