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By RANDY KREHBIEL
Tulsa World 

New Oklahoma law means vehicle tags must remain with owners

 


TULSA, Okla. (AP) — If you like your car tag, you can keep it.

The Tulsa World reports in fact, after July 1, you're not going to have much choice in the matter.

That's when a law passed in 2018 goes into effect. It fundamentally changes the car registration and tagging process in Oklahoma so that car tags remain assigned to car owners even after they sell the vehicle to which it's been attached.

"Starting July 1, if you sell a vehicle, remove the tag," said tax commission spokeswoman Paula Ross. "The tag will now stay with the person, not the car."

The tag can be registered to another ve...



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