Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Commission
OMVC OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
EFFECTIVE MARCH 25, 2020, THE OMVC OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC AS A PRECAUTION DUE TO COVID-19. HOWEVER, WE ARE STILL HERE TO SERVE!
MOST EMPLOYEES ARE WORKING REMOTELY AND WILL RETURN PHONE CALLS AND EMAILS PROMPTLY. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME.
Governor Stitt Adds Motor Vehicle & Parts Dealers To "Essential Business" List
Governor Stitt has issued a Fourth Amendment to Executive Order 2020-07 in response to COVID-19. The language in the Order further defines the list of essential businesses, to now include "Motor vehicle and parts dealers". We confirmed with the Office of the Governor, that does include sales, service, and parts.
The State of Oklahoma has launched a website where Oklahoma Businesses may apply to be considered as an essential business. The website can be found at: https://criticalworker.ok.gov
We will continue to post updates as we receive them.
The Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Commission (OMVC) was established by the Legislature in 1953 for the purpose of licensing and regulating the new motor vehicle industry to benefit the people of Oklahoma.
THE FUNCTIONS OF THE COMMISSION INCLUDES:
- New Motor Vehicle Dealers and their Salespersons -
This includes automobiles, trucks, motor homes, RV towables, motorcycles, scooters, ATV, UTV, low-speed, and specialty vehicles
- Manufacturers, Distributors, Factory Branches, Distributor Branches and their Representatives
Regulation of licensees by requiring compliance with laws, rules, and regulations relating to, advertising, sales practices, and distribution
Promote a positive experience for the both the consumer and the dealer by providing information helpful in the sales transaction
Investigation and assistance to consumers regarding complaints against any licensee
Provide hearings before the Commission according to OMVC statutes and rules