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Administrative Rules

The rules of the Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence are contained in Title 40 of the Oklahoma Administrative Code. They may be viewed at the Oklahoma Secretary of State website linked here Office of Administrative Rules

Please note: The Online Administrative Code is unofficial and contains rules and executive orders as they appear in the database that is used to produce the OAC.  The database and the online OAC are updated as soon as possible after rules and executive orders become effective. Official copies can be obtained from the Office of Administrative Rules at the Oklahoma Secretary of State's office.

As a convenience, the agency is providing an unofficial copy of the rules below.

Title 40 OAC Rules - Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence (2023)

Oklahoma Statutes:  You can view Title 47, Chapter 67 of the Oklahoma Statutes by visiting the Oklahoma Supreme Courts Network or Click here to go directly to Title 47, Chapter 67.

Proposed or Emergency Administrative Rules

The following information is published pursuant to 74 O.S. § 3106.4.

Proposed Rules and documentation

Adopted Emergency Rules and documentation

  • NONE

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Personally Identifiable Data

Pursuant to 74 O.S. § 3106.4, the Board hereby releases the following information to the public: 

1. What personally identifiable data is being stored?

The Board receives and stores driver license data that is obtained during chemical tests for impaired driving offenses or participants that may choose to enroll in BOT IDAP.  The data stored consists of First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth, Address, Driver License Number, Vehicle Tag, Sex, Height, Weight, and Eye Color.  Additional data related to BOT IDAP stored is email address and phone number.   

2. How is this personally identifiable data stored?

The personally identifiable data is stored on an OMES secured server only accessible by Board staff and OMES staff with public safety security clearance.  

3. With whom does the Board share the personally identifiable data?

Pursuant to Oklahoma Statute 51 O.S. §24.5A(1)(c); personal information within driver records is confidential and protected. The Federal Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA), 18 U.S.C. § 2721-2725, regulates access to personal information obtained from motor vehicle records. Under 18 U.S.C. § 2721-2725 and 51 O.S. §24.5A(1)(c), the Oklahoma Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence will make records containing personal information obtained from motor vehicle records available to a qualified Requester based on the Requester’s certification that the Requester is authorized to obtain and use the records pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 2721-2725.

No open record requests requesting personal information pertaining to a driver record shall be released without the following form, BOT ADM 3.2, accompanying the request.  All open record requests failing to submit the required form will receive redacted documentation ensuring that personal information is protected.

Last Modified on Jan 12, 2024
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