At the moment, the Department of Public Safety in Oklahoma does not require you to make an appointment prior to your visit. However, the number of customers in line can be quite high at certain periods, so you are likely to spend a long time waiting without a scheduled appointment. You are advised to check if your nearest DPS office offers the service you require prior to making an appointment. Not all offices offer full services. You can access the list of Oklahoma DPS offices here.
If you choose to arrive to the office without scheduling the appointment, you are advised to follow the tips below to avoid long lines:
- Do not arrive on Mondays and Fridays, as these days are usually the busiest.
- Avoid visiting the day after public holidays.
- Do not arrive at the beginning of the month.
You may also resolve certain issues by mail. Call your nearest office to find out if your transaction can be done online or through the mail.
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