A bill that would allow personal vehicle owners the option to register every two years instead of annually is making its way through the legislature.
The bill by Rep. Dean Davis, R-Broken Arrow, won unanimous passage on Monday.
House Bill 2011 directs Service Oklahoma to promulgate rules and procedures to establish an option for a biennial registration for all vehicles other than manufactured homes, vehicles with a permanent non-expiring license plate and commercial vehicles registered pursuant to an installment plan.
"This is a commonsense approach that will save the average Oklahoman time and create greater convenience when having to renew their personal vehicle registration," Davis said. "We've taken steps in recent years to ease this process, and this is just a continuation of those efforts."
HB2011 is now eligible to be considered by the full House A&B Committee.