OKLAHOMA CITY — Law enforcement agencies are turning to technology to stop a crime that they say is plaguing the state of Oklahoma, according to KFOR.
Studies suggest that one out of every four drivers in Oklahoma is uninsured.
Last year, lawmakers approved a measure that would allow law enforcement agencies to use automated license plate readers to crack down on uninsured drivers. The license plate readers would compare their tags with a list provided by the Oklahoma Insurance Department. (Via – WgnTv)