What is the Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form?
Form 701-6, Application for Oklahoma Certificate of Title for a Vehicle, or also known as the Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form is a document issued by the Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) and is used to register and get a title for a vehicle in Oklahoma. This document is used to identify you as the vehicle's new legal operator and to give proof of ownership.
You have 30 days after acquiring a vehicle to register it. Avoid penalties by registering within the allowed period.
Where to get the Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form?
You can get a blank copy of an Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form in the Oklahoma Tax Agent office and in the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Commission (OMVC) office.
Oklahoma Tax Commission’s website
A blank copy of an Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form that you can download and manually fill out is available on the Oklahoma Tax Commission’s website.
For your convenience, you may electronically fill out the Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form on PDFRun.
How to fill out the Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form?
Here is a detailed guide on how to fill out the Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form:
Model Year and Make
Enter the vehicle's model year and make.
Enter vehicle's body type.
Enter the vehicle's Vehicle Identification Number or VIN.
Enter the vehicle's model.
If a previously titled vehicle is being brought into Oklahoma by an Oklahoma resident, enter the date the vehicle entered Oklahoma.
If a previously titled vehicle is being brought into Oklahoma by a new resident, enter the date of the new resident's employment in this state.
Enter the owner’s full name
Enter the owner’s address, including the City, State, and ZIP Code.
This vehicle is subject to a lien in favor of:
Enter the lienholder's name.
Enter the lienholder's address.
Date of Lien
Enter the date of Lien.
Owner or Legal Agent of Owner
Enter the name of the owner or the legal agent of the owner
Enter the County where you affirm that you are the owner or the legal agent of the owner.
Date of Oath
Enter the date when you affirm that you are the owner or the legal agent of the owner.
Commission Expiration Date
Enter the expiration date of the commission.
Used Tire Recycling Fee
Enter the number of tires, including the spare for each tire rim size:
- 19.5" or less
- Over 19.5"
Check the box if the motor vehicle is registering Under IRP (International Registration Plan).
If the tire rim size is 19.5" or less, enter the number of tires. If the tire rim size is over 19.5", check the box.
Declaration of Damage or Theft
Mark Yes, if the vehicle has been damaged by a collision or other occurrence; otherwise, mark No.
Mark Yes, if the vehicle has been recovered from a theft; otherwise, mark No.
If Yes on items 1 and 2, compute the cost of repairing the vehicle to a roadworthy condition and enter how many percent is it equivalent to the vehicle's fair market value.
Flood Damage Disclosure
Mark Yes, if the vehicle has suffered water or flood damage; otherwise, mark No.
If Yes, the owner or the legal agent of the owner should review the following Oklahoma statutory definition and answer (F2).
Mark Yes, if the flood or water damage to your vehicle met the criteria above; otherwise, mark No.
Owner or legal agent of owner
Affix the signature of the owner or the legal agent of the owner.
Enter the date it was signed by the owner or the legal agent of the owner.
Vehicle Identification Number
Enter the Vehicle Identification Number or VIN.
Enter the vehicle's odometer reading.
Inspector and Title or Position
Enter the name of the inspector and his or her title or position. Then, affix his or her signature.
Enter vehicle's inspection date.
City and State
Enter the City and State where the vehicle was inspected.
Motor License Agent Number (If applicable)
Enter the motor license agent Number, if applicable.
What are the documents needed to register your vehicle in Oklahoma?
To register your vehicle in Oklahoma, you will need the following documents:
- A completed Application for Oklahoma Certificate of Title for a Vehicle (Form 701-6)
- Proof of ownership, such as your out-of-state title, if you're new to Oklahoma
- The manufacturer's certificate of origin for a new car or the current title transferred to you if you purchased a used vehicle
- Proof of your Oklahoma car insurance
- Payment for title and registration fees
- Lien documentation if your vehicle is financed
- An odometer disclosure statement if the vehicle is nine years old or less
How to register your vehicle in Oklahoma?
Visit any Motor License Agents (Tag Agent) office and submit all of the required documents. If your vehicle is used or you have transported it from another state, the tag agent will do a VIN and odometer examination.
Pay the required fees. The first time you register a vehicle in Oklahoma, you'll pay:
- A title fee of $11
- A registration fee of $96 for a motor vehicle and $99 for a motorcycle
You may also have to pay:
- A $17 title transfer charge for a newly purchased vehicle
- A VIN inspection fee of $4 for used or out-of-state vehicles
- A lien processing fee, if your vehicle is financed worth $10 if the lienholder is in Oklahoma, and $13 if the lienholder is outside of Oklahoma
- A postage fee of $3 to mail a license plate.
- Excise tax if you're transferring ownership.
The Oklahoma Tax Commission will issue your title certificate.
Where to submit Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Form?
Once completed, this form should be mailed to:
Oklahoma Tax Commission
Motor Vehicle Division
2501 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73194-0013
You can also submit your application straight to the Oklahoma Tax Commission office and to Oklahoma Tax Agents. You may want to visit their website for locations and contact information.
Reminders in filling out the Virginia Vehicle Registration Form
- Take time to read the form’s instructions.
- Double-check answers to avoid errors.
- Provide all the information and signatures needed in this form.
- Falsification of information in this form may lead to possible charges.
- For additional help, you may call (In-state toll-free) 1-800-522-8165 or (direct) (405) 521-3221.