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Press Release
May 28, 2010

CARS Used by over 10,000 Oklahomans;
Remind Me Feature Excellent Tool for All

More than 10,000 Oklahomans have enjoyed the convenience of renewing their vehicle registration tag online since Oklahoma’s official Convenient Auto Renewal System (CARS) launched on February 17, 2010.

The service, located at www.cars.ok.gov, has also allowed more than 1,100 Oklahomans to sign up for online email notices for their tag renewal month through the REMIND ME feature located on the homepage. Email reminders are sent the first day of the expiration month entered into the REMIND ME feature.

“Even if you’re not visiting the site to renew a vehicle tag, Oklahomans are still able to set up this free reminder for when their tag is due,” said Paula Ross, Oklahoma Tax Commission spokesperson.  “This is just another way for people to be able to keep up with today’s hectic lifestyle and pace.”

To learn more about which vehicles in Oklahoma can be processed through CARS, online payment options, and additional information, visit: www.tax.ok.gov/mvonlinereg.html.

CARS is a product of a partnership between the Oklahoma Tax Commission and OK.gov, Oklahoma’s Official Web site.

Link: CARS: Convenient Auto Renewal System
Link: More Information about CARS from the Oklahoma Tax
Commission

 

 

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