By Washington, D.C., Staff
Legislation (S.B. 293) has been introduced in the Oklahoma Senate to allow for the titling of High-Mobility Multipurpose Vehicles (HUMVEE or HMMWV).
If passed, the legislation would prohibit such vehicles from traveling on Interstate highways. Under current Oklahoma law, HUMVEEs are not able to be titled in the state. A similar proposal failed to be passed during 2018’s legislative session.
S.B. 293 currently awaits consideration in the Senate Committee on Finance.
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