OKLAHOMA CITY — It’s been nearly two months since the state launched the Uninsured Vehicle Enforcement Diversion Program.
Prosecutor Amanda Arnall Couch, with the District Attorneys Council, said there are cameras all across the state scanning the tags of Oklahoma drivers.
“It’s not exactly a positive distinction to be at the bottom of uninsured motorists for the country, so I’m really hoping to bring that number up. As a matter of fact, the best case scenario would be if I work myself out of work,” said Arnall Couch. Read More