If you're looking for affordable car insurance in Oklahoma, you've come to the right place. Mercury's Oklahoma page has information on state driving laws, some interesting Sooner State historical facts, and best of all you can learn about Mercury's many products and services.
Mercury has been selling auto insurance since 1962, and is trusted by millions of drivers. In fact, Forbes.com has named Mercury Insurance one of America's Most Trusted Companies, so you can count on Mercury to be there when you need us most. And, you won't find better coverage at a better price.
All 50 states have some version of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL). GDL is a program that gradually phases in driving privileges for new teen drivers, as they gain experience behind the wheel. Teenage drivers in Oklahoma—and most other states—have more crashes than any other age group. For this reason, insurance premiums for teen drivers are high for teens in this state. During their first year of driving, 25% of 16 year olds either receive a ticket or are involved in a crash. Mercury offers some of the most competitive rates available for teen drivers, however, so talk to a Mercury agent today to see how much you can save. You'll be glad you did!
Mercury Insurance car insurance in Oklahoma is sold through a network of independent agents. We have agents in every major market who want to help you every step of the way. Mercury offers comprehensive insurance products ranging from personal auto insurance to homeowners insurance to mechanical protection and umbrella insurance. Mercury also provides business auto insurance. You can count on us for low rates and excellent coverage.
If you've recently moved to the State of Oklahoma, neither a written exam nor road skills test is required to change a valid out-of-state license to an Oklahoma driver's license. If you're looking to brush up on Oklahoma vehicle registration laws, driver licensing requirements, and occupational licensing rules, you can download a PDF copy of the state's driver manual at http://www.dps.state.ok.us/dls/pub/ODM.pdf.
The region known as Oklahoma first opened for homesteading on April 22, 1889. During the historic land rush, 50,000 settlers stormed the area on horse-back and in covered wagons. Those who tried to beat the noon starting gun were called "Sooners," which later became the nickname for this state. Oklahoma was admitted to the Union as the 46th state in 1907.
Oil was first discovered in Oklahoma in the late 1890s. During the first 30 years of the 20th century, Oklahoma grew rich on oil. Today, the state's production of natural-gas has surpassed the wealth generated by its petroleum-rich fields. However, oil refining remains an important industry, as does machinery manufacturing (for construction and oil equipment), meat packing and food processing.
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