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Oklahoma launches UVED program as of November 1st
October 23, 2018
The state of Oklahoma is fighting back against uninsured vehicles on its roads. The District Attorneys’ Council is planning to launch The Uninsured Vehicle Enforcement Diversion Program or UVED on November 1st, the first of its kind in the country.
New system to catch uninsured drivers starts November 1
October 24, 2018
OKLAHOMA CITY - A first-of-its-kind system to catch people driving without insurance is just about a week away from rolling out in Oklahoma.
Starting November 1, cameras will be watching and waiting for the uninsured.
Oklahoma to begin using high-tech scanners to find – and fine – uninsured drivers
December 19, 2017
Oklahoma drivers, beware. If you don’t have car insurance, you will be caught and fined.
The state will begin using high-tech scanners to find all of its uninsured drivers. Those caught will be fined and could be prosecuted if they fail to pay up.
License plate scanners coming to Oklahoma
LAWTON, Ok (RNN Texoma) -
If you drive without insurance, new technology coming to Oklahoma will make it easier for law enforcement to catch and ticket you.
Oklahoma targets uninsured drivers with new automatic technology
Oklahoma is planning to deploy new technology to read license plate numbers and send drivers notices if they don’t have auto insurance.