Auto-insurance monitoring program launches in Oklahoma

05/4/2009 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

About one-fourth of Oklahoma motorists don't have auto insurance, according to state Insurance Department spokesman Marc Young. To crack down on uninsured drivers, police across the state are launching a new system that allows them to electronically check a vehicle's insurance information. "In recent months we have seen the number of uninsured motorists on our roads continue to rise, and we hope this will be a significant step to address this problem," said Young.

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