Do I need auto insurance to apply for an OK drivers license? Oklahoma

OK Auto Insurance Requirements

In order to operate a motor vehicle in the state of Oklahoma, you must carry auto insurance. When applying for an Oklahoma drivers license, you must present proof of auto insurance in the form of an insurance card, insurance binder, or policy copy. The minimum insurance requirements in Oklahoma are as follows:

  • $25,000 of bodily injury liability.
  • $50,000 of property damage liability.
  • $25,000 of uninsured motorist coverage.

Car Insurance Rates

Insurance rates vary from company to company, and are dependant on several factors, such as your age, sex, and personal driving record. Insurance quotes are available online through numerous auto insurance carriers.

Additional information regarding the purchase of car insurance is available online through the Oklahoma Insurance Department, or by contacting the Department directly:

Oklahoma Insurance Department
P.O. Box 53408
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-3408
(800) 522-0071

Auto Insurance for Your Driving Test

Proof of insurance is required for the driving test portion of the driver license application process. Contact your local DPS office ahead of time to schedule your driving test.

Locating a DPS Office

The Oklahoma DPS website provides a complete list of testing locations. Driving tests are given by appointment only, typically between the hours of 1:15 and 4 p.m.

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