How do I replace lost or damaged OK license plates, stickers, tabs or tags? Oklahoma

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If you discover your license plate or license plates missing, you'll need to act fast in applying and obtaining new plates from the Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC). Otherwise, you'll be inviting a ticket if you attempt to drive.

Replace OK License Plates or Car Tags

Here's what you need to do:

  • Complete an Affidavit for Replacement of Lost, Stolen, or Mutilated License Plate/Decal (OTC form 797-D). This can be downloaded from the OTC's website.
  • Proper identification, including your vehicle registration receipt. 
  • Your remaining plate, if applicable. 
  • Payment for $10.50 replacement license plate fee. Higher fees for vanity and special plates. 

Deliver to your local tag office or submit by mail. 

Though you do not need a police report to accompany your application, you should notify law enforcement if you believe your car tags were stolen. This will protect you and the status of your current car registration should the license plates be used for illegal purposes.

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