1970 (green/reflective white) g $2.00 "474-539" (11220)

1978 (red/reflective white) vg $2.00 "732-534" (12977)



1982 sun graphic:  Oklahoma's first graphic featured a setting sun at the bottom of the plate with the familiar "Oklahoma is OK!" slogan superimposed over it and is similar to the passenger plate of the same design.  Embossed at the top of the plates was "COM'L TRUCK".




2009 archer base:  This new flat base replaces all previous bases.  To the left on the plate is a Native American archer in front of a blue sky.  The plate number format of "00000A" is not county coded, but sometime in 2010 or 2011 the state began issuing month stickers that included a two-letter county code with existing plates receiving this sticker to cover the month-only sticker.  While the slogan "NATIVE AMERICA" is found on the bottom of passenger plates on a blue bar with a tiny uncolored peace shield at the right end of the bar, no blue bar is on this class with "COML TRUCK" at the bottom and a blue tiny peace shield in the bottom right corner of the plate.





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