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30-Day Notice Requirements

Posted by Lynna Bryan on

Oklahoma law requires dealers to provide a "30-Day Notice" to motor vehicle purchasers at the time of sale. The Notice must inform customers that they have 30 days from the date of purchase to register the vehicle and pay taxes due the state. Failure to provide the notice can subject the dealer to certain fines and penalties. Used Motor Vehicle & Parts Commission auditors are notifying dealers that compliance requires two separate notices.

  • Disclosure of the requirement to register and pay taxes and fees.
    • Must be provided at the time of the sale.
    • Must contain specific language.
    • Must be acknowledged by the purchaser.
    • The 11/2016 version of OIADA F06 Retail Purchase Agreement/Bill of Sale and the F06.2 Retail Purchase Agreement/Multiform are approved compliance methods.
  • Documentation showing title delivery.
    • Must be provided at the time the title is delivered.
    • Must be acknowledged by the purchaser.
    • OIADA F03 Title Receipt (2009 version) is an approved compliance method.

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