Transporters of passengers for hire in intrastate commerce are required to hold an Intrastate For-Hire Motor Carrier License, except when:
- Operating a taxicab, as defined by 47 O.S. 1-174, wholly within a municipality, provided the operator of the taxicab is licensed by the municipality in which business is conducted; or
- Operating a bus, as defined by 47 O.S. 1-105, not between two or more cities or towns, provided the operator of the bus is licensed by a municipality in which business is conducted.
Private carriers of passengers are not required to obtain an Intrastate Motor Carrier License.
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View helpful information about passenger carriers operating in interstate commerce (crossing state lines).