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Cheap Car Insurance in Tulsa, Oklahoma

As the second-largest city in the state of Oklahoma, Tulsa was given the nickname of “Oil Capital of the World,” and this name remained with it throughout most of the 20th century. After the city was forced to diversify its industries, it became a major player in the energy sector as well as aviation, technology and finance.

Driving Conditions

Driving conditions can be difficult during the spring and summer months when thunderstorms are prevalent that bring hail, tornadoes and strong winds with them. However, flooding is no longer the issue it used to be because Tulsa implemented a highly effective flood-control system, so Tulsa residents can travel on the roads without the severe flooding that used to occur before 1984.

Odd Laws

If you are thirsty in Tulsa and would like to open a bottle of soda, you will need to have a licensed engineer nearby because it is against the law to open a soda bottle without the proper supervision of an engineer. The fact that there aren't any elephants present in downtown Tulsa may not be due to the fact that it would be impractical to take an elephant to this location. On the contrary, visitors will not see any elephants in downtown Tulsa because there is a law prohibiting the elephant from being there.

Crime Statistics

Tulsa experienced 539 automobile thefts in the year 2012 as was recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau. The city also had 3,773 thefts of property other than the automobile and 1,722 burglaries.

Safety Requirements

Seatbelt Law

Every driver of a vehicle and every passenger sitting in the front seat must wear a seatbelt while the automobile is in motion. If either driver or passenger is observed to be riding in a vehicle without a fastened seatbelt, the fine will be $20. Those who cannot wear a seatbelt for medical reasons may apply to be exempt from this law.

Helmet Law

In Oklahoma, motorcycle riders 17 years of age and younger must wear helmets while their motorcycles are in motion. Those 18 and older are exempt from this law.

Handheld Law

Currently, Oklahoma does not have any laws that prohibit the use of cellular phones by fully licensed drivers.

Texting Law

Operators of commercial vehicles are prohibited from texting in Oklahoma while their automobiles are moving. The fine for violating this law is $500.

Impaired Driving Law

The legal blood alcohol limit for drivers 21 years of age and above is .08 percent. Drivers who have been determined to have a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or higher will receive a fine that will not exceed $1,000. The maximum jail sentence for the first offense is 365 days. The SR-22 will not be required.

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