Oklahoma Motorcycle Licensing
Motorcycle License Endorsements, Permits, Training & Insurance
Operating a Motorcycle in Oklahoma
In order to operate a motorcycle in the state of Oklahoma you must:
- Meet the state’s minimum age requirement
- Obtain an Oklahoma motorcycle license/ endorsement (you may also need to obtain a motorcycle learner permit)
- Register your motorcycle with the state of Oklahoma
- Obtain insurance coverage that meets Oklahoma state requirements
The minimum age requirement to operate a motorcycle in Oklahoma is 14-16 years old. For specific motorcycle licensing requirements and restrictions by age group, click here.
Getting an Oklahoma Motorcycle License
According to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, in addition to meeting the requirements necessary to obtain a regular driver’s license, individuals must apply for a motorcycle license or license endorsement to operate a motorcycle.
Find out how to obtain an Oklahoma Motorcycle License /Endorsement here.
Motorcycle Education & Training in Oklahoma
Motorcyclists should sign up for a motorcycle safety course. In Oklahoma, it is not mandatory to complete a motorcycle safety course to obtain an Oklahoma motorcycle license endorsement, unless you are under the age of 18. To find an Oklahoma approved Motorcycle School, click here. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) website contains operator safety information.
Oklahoma Motorcycle Insurance Requirements
If you’re riding a motorcycle, you will have many of the same requirements regarding registration, licensing and insurance as automobile drivers have in Oklahoma. For information about Oklahoma insurance requirements, visit https://www.oid.ok.gov/.
By now, you should have a good idea about how to proceed in obtaining an Oklahoma motorcycle license /endorsement. If you are a new resident in Oklahoma, or you are a new rider and you’re shopping for motorcycle insurance, click here to get a quote in minutes.
Disclaimer: The materials available at this web site are for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You should review the links within this article, or contact the relevant state agency, for complete and current information.
The OK OID requires motorcyclists to have current coverage that meets the state’s minimum requirements on all registered vehicles. Before riding in Oklahoma, make sure your coverage meets the state’s requirements.
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