It's an effort to curb the estimated 560,000 uninsured motorists on Oklahoma roads.
Earlier this year, the legislature passed a law which gives officers the option to seize an uninsured driver's license plate rather than towing the vehicle as allowed under a 2010 amendment.
According to the law, when a citation is issued for failure to have insurance, it serves as both a temporary license plate and temporary liability insurance for ten days.
During that time, the driver must get an insurance policy and provide documentation to the county sheriff's office.
If a driver does not comply, they will face a $250 fine.