Oklahoma Vehicles Without Insurance to be Towed Beginning NovemberNov 2nd, 2010 | By Editorial Staff | Category: National News, Oklahoma, State By State News
Beginning Nov. 1, vehicles with no insurance in Tulsa, Okla., will be towed, according to a news report.
The first night at the Storey Wrecker impound, the lot chosen for vehicles to be stored under the new ordinance, will cost $150 on average, and every day thereafter storage fees range between $15 to $25, the report states.
Any law agency can enforce this new law. Officers can access the state’s new insurance verification system in their vehicles and enter a vehicle’s tag number to determine if the driver has the car insured.
If a car is towed, drivers will need to show proof of insurance to get it back, along with title, registration and Identification, according to the report.