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Oklahoma DPS launches online individual MVR application

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OKLAHOMA CITY ā€” Thanks to a new online application, obtaining individual Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs) is about to get easier. Beginning March 26, the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) is launching a new online system that serves a one-stop shop for individual driving history records.

Drivers License“The launch of mvr.ok.gov is a testament to DPS’ focus towards modernization of antiquated and time intensive processes required by many Oklahoma drivers,” said DPS Connmissioner, Michael C. Thompson. “This system is another step closer fo bringing convenient and simple processes to Oklahoma drivers.”

Currently, individuals needing an individual MVR are required to physically go to either a tag agency or DPS headquarters and purchase a copy of their drivers history record.

The new online individual MVR application, mvr.ok.gov, will allow users to purchase their own MVR from the convenience of their home computer or mobile device.

Users will simply enter requested information and will then have the option to print off the MVR immediately or have a temporary link sent to a personal email address where they can reprint the record for up to 30 days. All individual MVR’s (non-certified and certified copies) are subject to nominal fees.

For more information or to purchase an individual motor vehicle record, visit mvr.ok.gov. The online service is a product of a partnership between the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety and OK.gov, Oklahoma’s Official Website managed by the eGovernment firm, NIC Inc. (Nasdaq: EGOV).

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