There's a new bill (HB-2011) that has been introduced that would change Oklahoma's vehicle registration requirements. If passed we could go from registering our vehicles annually to every 2 years instead.


House Bill 2011 was recently introduced and is making its way through the legislative process and will be heard by the full House and various subcommittees soon. It's got a decent chance of being passed.

The changes would apply to all vehicles with the exception being manufactured homes and vehicles which have permanent tags. Some commercial vehicles will also be excluded from biennial registration.

Watch the video below from News 9 for details on Oklahoma House Bill 2011

The bill was authored by Oklahoma Representative Dean Davis (R) District 98. The bill just recently passed the state House Committee unanimously, see the report here. It should be in front of the full House soon.


So why the changes? Here’s a quote from Rep. Dean Davis: "This is a commonsense approach that will save the average Oklahoman time and create greater convenience when having to renew their personal vehicle registration." Makes sense to me, I'd much rather deal with the hassle of tags every 2 years vs annually.

Rep. Dean Davis went on to say: "We've taken steps in recent years to ease this process, and this is just a continuation of those efforts." The BIG QUESTION is, will it cost double? In other words, if we register our vehicles biennially will we pay the same amount as annual registration? Or will there be a discount? Otherwise, we'll end up paying for 2 years of registration all at once. Guess we'll wait and see what happens.

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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 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.

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