The Cherokee Tag Office is located at
120 E. Ballentine Rd, Tahlequah
P.O. Box 948
Tahlequah Ok 74465
17675 S. Muskogee
Tahlequah, Ok 74464
New Office Location:
16200 E. Skelly Drive
Tulsa Ok 74116
Proof of residence will not be required for citizens registering At Large, but must be a resident of Oklahoma. Citizens will be required to have a valid Oklahoma drivers license.
The Cherokee Nation can register and license your personal watercraft. In order to process your application, you will need a title, serial number verification, bill of sale, drivers license, tribal citizenship card, proof of residency, lien information and a completed application.
Commercial trucks include pickups and other vehicles on a truck chassis and weigh less than 15,000 pounds.
The information contained in the Cherokee Nation Tax Commission vehicle/boat/outboard records is confidential under both federal and tribal rules and regulations.
PDF versions of the tag office's forms are available here for downloading and storing on your computer or sending to your printer.
Vehicles displaying "farm tags" must meet specific requirements.
Fee Schedule for the Cherokee Nation Tag Office.
To record a security interest on a newly purchased vehicle or a vehicle changing ownership, a secured party must complete and submit a CHEROKEE NATION LIEN ENTRY FORM along with the assigned Manufacturers Certificate of Origin (new vehicle) or title (used vehicle) and the lien filing fee.
Check out the merchandise that can be purchased from the Cherokee Nation Tag Office. The Tag Office sells auto shades, t-shirts, and a novelty CN citizen license plate.
The Cherokee Nation holds veterans in high esteem. In recognition of their military service, honorably discharged tribal citizen veterans are eligible for special discounts on Cherokee Nation vehicle tags.
Cherokee Nation citizens living within the Cherokee Nations 14-county jurisdictional area may now purchase tribal car tags.
Renew your tag here.
Cherokee Nation citizens can obtain a personalized and special license plate for their vehicles through the Cherokee Nation Tax Commission.
Physically-disabled persons meeting certain requirements may qualify for free or reduced-rate vehicle tags.
Motor Vehicle and Boat Motor Rules & Regulations
The Cherokee Nation has tag offices in Tahlequah, Sallisaw, Adair, Collinsville, and Jay.