Oklahoma Introduces Bill to Reduce Registration Fee for Older Motor Vehicles
A bill (H.B. 2607) has been introduced in the Oklahoma Legislature to reduce the annual registration fee for vehicles 25-years old and older to $5. Under current law, these vehicles are assessed at a rate of $15 per year.
We Urge You to Contact House Appropriations and Budget Committee Members (List Attached) Immediately To Request Their Support for H.B. 2607
H.B. 2607 recognizes the unique nature of these hobbyist cars.
H.B. 2607 recognizes that these older cars are infrequently driven (about one-third the miles each year as a new vehicle) second or third vehicles and deserving of a reduced registration fee.
H.B. 2607 recognizes that many older vehicles are owned and maintained by low and fixed income Americans who are less able to afford a higher fee.
DON’T DELAY! Please contact members of the Oklahoma House Appropriations and Budget Committee immediately to request their support of H.B. 2607.
Oklahoma House Appropriations and Budget Committee
Representative Ken Miller – Chair
Representative Scott Martin – Vice Chair
Representative John Auffet
Representative John Carey
Representative Doug Cox
Representative Lee Denney
Representative Dale DeWitt
Representative Joe Dorman
Representative Larry Glenn
Representative Jeffrey W. Hickman
Representative Chuck Hoskin
Representative Mike Jackson
Representative Guy Liebmann
Representative Danny Morgan
Representative Ron Peters
Representative Randy Terrill
Representative Weldon Watson
Please e-mail a copy of your letter to Steve McDonald at email@example.com. Thank you for your assistance.
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