Governor Kevin Stitt has signed a new law into effect that will give you more time to register a new or used vehicle with the state.
House Bill 1390 extends the registration period from 30 days to 60 days.
The new law will also apply to travel trailers and commercial trailers.
When you buy a vehicle, the dealer will be required to give you a temporary tag that is valid for 60 days.
A state report said there would be no long-lasting effects from the new law, but said it might cause a temporary delay in revenue.
“Therefore, the measure would cause a potential delay of twenty five million dollars ($25,000,000) in FY-24, but in FY-25 onward there is no significant impact expected.” Service Oklahoma said.
The new law takes effect November 1st, 2023.