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In Oklahoma, the Motor Vehicle Division of the state's Tax Commission handles the titling and registration of vehicles, including automobiles, boats, manufactured homes, and travel trailers. These services are offered at any Oklahoma Motor License Agency. The state's Department of Public Safety issues driver's licenses and state identification cards. To apply for a driver's license or state ID, you will need to visit a Driver License Exam Site & Driver License Compliance Hearing Officer. There are multiple facilities throughout the state for both vehicle and driver services. The days and hours of operation may vary by location, so check with your local office before you visit.
You must register and title a vehicle within 30 days of ownership. When applying for a title, you will need proof of ownership, verification of insurance, a physical inspection, lien information (if applicable), and an odometer reading for vehicles less than 10 years old. You will also need to complete an application and pay the fee. If you are transferring a title, bring the documentation of the purchase price. Registration fees vary by type of vehicle and the length of time it has been registered in the state. There is also an excise tax whenever ownership of a vehicle is transferred.
If you are over 18 and applying for a driver's license, you will need to bring proof of your identity and Social Security number. To obtain your license, you must pass the vision, written, and driving skills tests. To take the driving test, you need to have valid automobile liability insurance. For teen drivers, Oklahoma uses the graduated driver license (GDL) program, which has three phases. At 15 ½, teens can apply for a learner's permit if they have completed the requirements and have parental approval. The next step is an intermediate license, followed by a full license.