Much of Oklahoma law regarding motor vehicles is governed by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (which issues driver’s licenses) and the Oklahoma Tax Commission (which registers automobile titles.) If you have received a notice from the Department of Public Safety saying that your driver’s license is to be revoked, the Persaud Law Office may be able to help you keep your license. Also, if you have issues regarding automobile titles and ownership, the Persaud Law Office can assist you with those as well. If you have been injured in a car wreck, the Persaud Law Office can help you recover damages. In many auto accident cases, if you retain a competent attorney, you may be able to recover damages without ever going to court.

A particularly important area of motor vehicle law deals with Commercial Driver's Licenses (CDLs). A commercial driver's license is necessary to drive certain types of vehicles; click here to see what vehicles require a CDL. The standards for suspending a CDL are far stricter than the standards for suspending an ordinary driver's license -- and remember, if the State suspends your CDL, you won't be able to work, if your job requires you to drive a commercial motor vehicle. For more information on how the Persaud Law Office can help you if you have CDL issues, click here.

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Articles on Motor Vehicles Law from the Bartlesville Law Blog

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