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This section has information about Automobiles in Oklahoma.
Have you had a problem with a business or car dealer? You can file a complaint with the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office.
Before you start shopping for a used car, do some homework. It may save you serious money. Consider your driving habits, what the car will be used for, and your budget. Research models, options, costs, repair records, safety tests, and mileage — online and through libraries and bookstores.
Dealers selling used cars “as is” should not discourage consumers or their attorneys from seeking relief for vehicle defects or dealer misrepresentations. Oklahoma law does not have some of the consumer protections provided in other states, but in many cases, the consumer still has a claim despite the “as is” sale. This article sets out a dozen ways for consumers to recover even when they are sold a lemon used car “as is.” Always talk to a lawyer about your case.
When you had your 18th birthday, you became an adult by law. This information is to help you understand your rights and responsibilities as an adult.
Oklahoma has changed laws about who gets the vehicle title. Effective July 1, 2022 all boat, motor and vehicle titles issued after July 1 that are subject to a lien will be sent to lienholders. Individuals will now receive their title once the lienholder had been paid in full.
As a community service, the OBA does provide a directory of its attorney members who have given their permission to have their names published in the Oklahoma Find A Lawyer directory at Oklahoma Find A Lawyer. There you can search by both geographic area or by a lawyer's practice area.