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    DTOM Tags

    Not sure when these became available, I just happened to catch it in a google search when I was browsing for a new front tag on my truck. Only took 3 weeks to get. Wondering now if there are really just 15 others out there before me....

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    DTOM Tags

    I've had mine about 3 months, I'm 262...guess they didn't send them out in order

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    I have only seen one tag like that and it was in Durant!

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    Good, that makes me fell a lot better. I do have very close ties to the local tag office. Usually I have a 001 tag displayed, maybe she was able to get me a low # or something.

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    That is a good looking license plate! I really should get one now.

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    Are these like a vanity plate you have to get in addition to your regular tag, or can you just request one at the tag agent?

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    They are like a vanity plate, you have to have your regular tag in the vehicle and have to keep it up to date, plus pay the $18 for the other tag.

    http://www.tax.ok.gov/sp1.html

    In case you never knew the 100's of different plates available. I run a Route 66 tag on my old 87 Silverado, makes it pop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy P View Post
    They are like a vanity plate, you have to have your regular tag in the vehicle and have to keep it up to date, plus pay the $18 for the other tag.

    http://www.tax.ok.gov/sp1.html

    In case you never knew the 100's of different plates available. I run a Route 66 tag on my old 87 Silverado, makes it pop.
    Thanks for the info, I'm going to look into getting one.

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