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The City of Oklahoma City regulates the operation of motor vehicles for hire and other transportation services any time a paying passenger is picked up within City limits. This includes taxicabs, carriages and pedicabs.


  • How long before I can re-apply for a driver's permit if I am denied?
  • What are grounds for denial of a driver's permit?
  • What are the age requirements for a driver's permit?
  • Do I have to have a physical exam every year?
  • How long is my driver's permit valid?
  • What documents do I need to be a driver?
  • Do I need to make a police report of my vehicle (motorized or non-motorized) is involved in a collision?
  • Can my Department of Transportation medical exam be substituted for the City's Driver Medical Certification?
  • Can drivers accept an immediate passenger fare or "street hail" as a driver of an executive car, limousine or shuttle?
  • Can taxicab drivers use a smartphone taximeter application?
  • Can I drive for any company once my driver's permit is approved?
  • I was arrested but never convicted of a felony/misdemeanor. Can I get a driver's permit?
  • Is an ASE mechanic the same as an ASE Master Technician?
  • Can I use any ASE Master Technician to inspect my motor vehicle?
  • Can I operate at Will Rogers World Airport as a licensed business or permitted driver?
  • Can I use my motor vehicle for any motor vehicle for hire business?
  • What is a carriage?
  • Can I park a transportation network vehicle at a taxi stand?
  • How long is my business license/certificate of public necessity and convenience valid?
  • What is a certificate of public necessity and convenience?
  • Where are vehicle (motorized and non-motorized) inspections conducted?
  • What documents do I need for a motor vehicle inspection?
  • How many vehicles do I need to operate a taxi service?
  • Do I have to submit my business license application in person?
  • Where do I apply for a Vehicle for Hire Business License (Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity)?
  • What is a motor vehicle for hire?
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