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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has extended the REAL ID full enforcement date to May 7, 2025.


All driver license offices now operated by Service Oklahoma (formerly operated by the Department of Public Safety and tag agents) continue to be operational and processing business as usual. Visit for more information.


The first conviction for any of the following offenses will cause you to lose your commercial driving privilege for one (1) year:

  1. Driving or being APC in a CMV with a blood alcohol level .04 or more.

  2. Refusal to Submit to a chemical test

  3. Driving or APC while under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants.

  4. Hit and run accident

  5. Any felony involving the use of a commercial vehicle

  6. Operating a CMV while commercial driving privilege is revoked, suspended, canceled, denied, or disqualified.

  7. Manslaughter homocide, or negligent homicide.

  8. Fraud related to examination for or issuance of a commercial leaner permit or CDL.

  9. Failure to submit to skills or knowledge reexamination for purpose of a CLP or CDL within thirty (30) days of receipt of notification from DPS.

The first conviction for any of the above offenses which involves a vehicle required to be placarded for hazardous materials will result in a three (3) year disqualification.

A second conviction for any of the above offenses will result in lifetime disqualification (regardless of the time period between convictions).

Last Modified on Oct 05, 2020
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