State Lawmakers Consider Placing DUI Convictions on Licenses to Help Prevent Oklahoma Auto Accidents
Rep. Scott Inman is on a mission to help prevent alcohol-related Oklahoma auto accidents by requiring anyone who has past DUI or DWI convictions to be required to have it noted on their drivers’ licenses. The reason is so bartenders and waiters will know who has a history of drinking and driving while intoxicated. Inman proposes that the notations remain on licenses for four years and can then be removed if that person has not received additional drunk-driving citations.
Inman noted the problem of driving under the influence of alcohol and the resulting Oklahoma car crashes are a serious statewide problem.