Oklahoma Required Insurance CoverageMotorists in the Sooner State are required to remain financially responsible at all times while behind the wheel of an automobile. There are a number of ways that drivers can comply with this requirement that include depositing a particular amount of money with the state or purchasing a car insurance policy. If motorists choose to make a deposit with the state, the amount that would be needed is $75,000. Given the fact that the state requires such a large sum to be deposited, not many residents are in the position to fork over that kind of money and will have to go the route of purchasing automobile policies to comply with the law.When buying an oklahoma auto insurance policy there are a few details that must be met to be considered legally insured. First and foremost, any policies issued must come from a carrier that is licensed to sell coverage in the state. Also, a policy must meet certain limits of liability that include $25,000 for bodily injury to one person per accident, $50,000 for bodily injury of two or more people per accident and $25,000 for property damage per accident. Motorists should ensure that any policies being purchased meet this minimum limits and that the carrier and/or agent is in fact licensed to provide coverage in OK.

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