✅ Updated November 2020

Ultimate guide to Registering your Vehicle in Oklahoma

Here's the ultimate guide to registering your vehicle in Oklahoma. We've simplified the entire process for you so you can save time.

 

What You’ll Need to Register your Vehicle in Oklahoma

  • A completed Application for Oklahoma Certificate of Title for a Vehicle (Form 701-6)
  • Proof of ownership, such as:
    • Your out-of-state title, if you're new to OK
    • The manufacturer's certificate of origin for a new vehicle
      OR
    • The current title, transferred to you, for a used vehicle that you've bought
  • Proof of your Oklahoma car insurance
  • Payment for title and registration fees
  • Lien documentation IF your vehicle is financed
  • An odometer disclosure statement IF the vehicle is 9 years old or less
    • This can be included in the transferred title

 

What You’ll Do to Register your Vehicle in Oklahoma

  • Step 1: Visit any Motor License Agents (Tag Agent) office
    • Submit all the required documents
    • If your vehicle is used or you've brought it from another state, the tag agent will perform a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and/or odometer inspection
  • Step 2: Pay the required fees
    • The first time you register a vehicle in OK, you'll pay:
      • A title fee: $11.
      • A registration fee:
    • $96 for a motor vehicle.
    • $99 for a motorcycle.
    • You may ALSO have to pay:
      • A title transfer fee for a vehicle you've just bought: $17.
      • A VIN inspection fee for used or out-of-state vehicles: $4.
      • A lien processing fee, if your vehicle is financed:
    • $10 if the lienholder is in Oklahoma.
    • $13 if the lienholder is outside of OK.
      • A postage fee: $3 to mail a license plate.
      • Excise tax if you're transferring ownership.
  • Step 3: OTC will issue your title certificate

 

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