Oklahoma ports of entry produce revenue

Oklahoma Corporation Commission


Violations by truckers entering Oklahoma brought in more than $900,000 in revenue for the state Corporation Commission during the month of April.

Commissioners were told this week that the Motor Carrier Division issued nearly 4,500 citations to drivers who stopped at weigh stations and ports of entry.

Oklahoma has four ports of entry and the highest number of citations were issued at the Love County station in the southern part of the state.

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The Love County station issued 987 citations in April compared to 684 in Sequoyah County near the Arkansas state line; 662 in Kay County near the Kansas state line; and 708 in Beckham County in western Oklahoma near the Texas Panhandle state line.