United States Armed Forces Active Duty Military Personnel
Vehicles owned by members of the Armed Forces may furnish a policy or bond from an out of state insurance company indicating they meet insurance requirements. The form must indicate the vehicle is covered by liability insurance. Active duty military personnel must be tribal citizen. The U.S. Armed Forces Affidavit found in the downloadable forms section below must be completed. The affidavit must be signed by commanding officer unless service member is serving in a foreign country and the service member’s spouse is registering vehicle.U.S. Armed Forces Affidavit found in the downloadable forms section must be completed. The affidavit must be signed by commanding officer unless service member is serving in a foreign country and the service member’s spouse is registering vehicle.
Vehicles owned by a Former Military service person (tribal citizen) are required to submit a copy of their DD214, or a certification letter from the Oklahoma Department of Veterans’ Affairs verifying service in the United States Armed Forces
100 percent Disabled Veteran
Any vehicle purchased by a tribal citizen who has been honorably discharged from active service in any branch or Armed Forces of the United States or the Oklahoma National Guard and who has been certified by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, its successor, or the Armed Forces of the United States to be a disabled veteran in receipt of compensation at the one-hundred percent (100%) rate for a permanent disability sustained through military action or accident resulting from disease contracted while in such service shall be exempt from registration tax.
The exemption may be claimed on only one (1) vehicle in a consecutive three (3) year period by any single qualifying veteran. The exemption applies to motor vehicle only. Boat/Motors do not apply. The exemption does not apply to surviving spouses of qualified veterans.
The qualifying veteran must be listed on the title as an owner of the vehicle. The vehicle must have been purchased on or after June 19, 2006.
Recipients of Medals of Honor- Veteran of Foreign War - POW
Vehicles owned by recipients of Bronze or Silver Stars, Veterans of Foreign War, or POW (tribal citizen) are required to submit a copy of their DD214 or a certification letter from the Oklahoma Department of Veterans’ Affairs verifying service in the United States Armed Forces. .
Other Veteran Discounts
A tribal citizen who is also a veteran with at least (50%) service connected disability, as certified by the United States Department of Veterans affairs of the Armed Forces of the United States, may receive a special reduced rate. Those veterans may register as well as renew a total two (2) vehicles, with a carrying capacity of one (1) ton or less. A reduced licensing charge card must be presented up registration.