Oklahoma Traffic Laws

Traffic laws are mandatory in Oklahoma as well as all U.S. states. The laws vary anywhere from driving the posted speed limits to maintaining a certain distance between vehicles. These traffic laws put in place by the State of Oklahoma share a main purpose and that's to protect the driver of the vehicle. In OK, obeying the traffic rules is obeying the law and when you break them, citations and tickets will be issued or even worse, a car accident can happen. The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety provides information on Oklahoma's traffic laws if you want to familiarize yourself, or brush up on official rules of the road.




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