Online Renewal Available for Cherokee Nation Tribal Car Tags

Online Renewal Available for Cherokee Nation Tribal Car Tags

(L to R) Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden display a Cherokee Nation license plate.

Published August 28, 2015

TAHLEQUAH, OKLAHOMA —Cherokee Nation citizens can renew their tribal license plates online starting Sept. 1.

The online renewal is more convenient for Cherokee citizens in further corners of the state, saving them gas money, waiting in line and processing time. The Cherokee Nation expanded its car tags to Cherokee citizens in all 77 Oklahoma counties last year.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer this kind of progressive online service to the Cherokee people,” said Principal Chief Bill John Baker. “No matter where our Cherokee Nation citizens reside in Oklahoma, they can easily log on and renew their license plate. The new online service will save time and money for our people by simplifying the renewal process. Instead of driving to the tag office and waiting in line for a renewal, the process is now just…

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