OK (KSWO)- A new law will help to reduce the number of uninsured drivers on Oklahoma roads. The Uninsured Vehicle Enforcement Program, signed into law by Governor Mary Fallin, will be run by district attorneys across the state.
This will create plate readers that will hold information temporarily. The data scanned by those readers will include an image of the tag and the ownership information.
It has not been decided yet how many camera readers will be placed, though options for locations include on movable trailers, at intersections and having them inside law enforcement vehicles.