How this topic got brought up at the water cooler I'll honestly never know. The question was asked, "Is it illegal in Oklahoma to do it in a vehicle?" Thank God no one from H.R. was nearby when this was asked.
IS "DOING IT" IN A CAR ILLEGAL IN OKLAHOMA? SCROLL DOWN FOR ANSWERS
I guess it's a question worth finding an answer to, especially if you're one of "those kind" of people. Not that I'm judging. However, if you're asking you obviously haven't been caught, yet. So what if you do get caught?
The answer may surprise you, unless of course you've already been caught in the act. Oh sure, you could say you looked it up or just knew the laws, but let's be honest. If you know you've more than likely been busted.
There are no specific state laws that address "doing it" in a vehicle but your city or town may have codes or laws that prohibit it. But if you're "doing it" in a public area or where people can see you then it's a problem.
Hit play on the video below to learn more about the legalities of "doing it" in a vehicle
The video above covers the topic in a quick (:16) seconds and is one of the few videos on YouTube that discusses the legalities of "doing it" in vehicles. So long as you aren't in public view or in a public space.
SEE 25 HILARIOUS PERSONALIZED TAGS DENIED BY THE OKLAHOMA DMV BELOW
You could be hit with indecent exposure or some other charge if you're caught in the act in public. This could lead to a misdemeanor, fines, and possible jail time depending on the circumstances. You've been warned!
So if the mood strikes your best bet is to head to the house. Or hit the backroads at least so you aren't anywhere near public view or property. Then if you do get caught it's more embarrassing than illegal.
I hate to think about what my search history looks like after seeking answers to this crazy question and writing this up. But we needed to know. Why? I have no idea. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.
25 hilarious Oklahoma personalized tags DENIED by the DMV
A great way to personalize your vehicle is with a custom license plate. There are some pretty creative and funny tags running around the Sooner State. Some are easy to get, others will have you scratching your head trying to figure it out what it says. Personalized plates are very popular and we're seeing more of them on the road every day. However, there are some rules and restrictions when it comes to what you can and can't put on your plate. If it's considered obscene, vulgar, demeaning, or includes any mention of drugs, alcohol, or illegal activities it will be DENIED. Check out the photo gallery below of some of the most hilarious tags that were rejected by the Oklahoma Department of Motor Vehicles. WARNING: some of these could be considered offensive so if you're easily offended proceed with caution. You have been officially warned.
New Oklahoma Laws That Went Into Effect In 2022
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Take a virtual tour of this massive 7.5 million dollar Oklahoma mansion
Take a look inside this massive Oklahoma mansion that's up for sale. This epic estate is one of the most impressive and expensive houses currently for sale in the Sooner State with a price tag of $7,500,000
. This one-of-a-kind property is located at 6907 Avondale Drive, Nichols Hills in Oklahoma City, OK.
It's one of the most incredible and luxurious homes on Zillow.com
and is listed by Cole Strickland
of Metro Mark Realtors
. This 6 bedroom, 9 bathroom 11,412 square foot multi-story home boasts all the very best in features and amenities. It sits on 1.7 acres and even has its own tennis court and swimming pool. That's just the beginning. Scroll through the pictures below to take a virtual tour of this EPIC MEGA-MANSION in OKC.
Weird and Wild Pets You Can Have In Oklahoma
When it comes to the topic of exotic and wild animals in Oklahoma, there is a very short list of things you can't own as a pet... but there are ways around almost all the red tape in the Sooner State.