In Oklahoma, hoverboards, referred to as electric personal assistive mobility devices (EPAMDs), are not required to be registered under the Oklahoma Vehicle License and Registration Act. They are not allowed to be operated on highways or turnpikes, with the exception of sidewalks, walking trails, bikeways, and municipal streets. Municipalities have the authority to prohibit EPAMDs on public streets with a speed limit higher than 25 miles per hour, but otherwise cannot restrict their operation.

To operate an EPAMD, a person does not need an Oklahoma driver license. However, they must obey all speed limits, yield the right of way to pedestrians and human powered devices, provide an audible signal when passing pedestrians, and have reflectors and a headlight when riding at night. Noncompliance with these requirements can result in a warning for the first offence, a $10 fine for the second offence, and impoundment of the EPAMD for subsequent offences.

It is illegal to manufacture, sell, or distribute an EPAMD in Oklahoma without a warning notice that advises users to wear protective gear, including a helmet, wrist guards, elbow pads, and knee pads. Manufacturers who comply with this requirement are not liable for any physical injuries sustained by EPAMD operators due to their failure to wear protective gear.

Oklahoma is a state located in the South Central region of the United States. It is the 20th largest state by land area and has a population of approximately 4 million people. The state is known for its diverse geography, which includes plains, rolling hills, and mountain ranges.

Some well-known cities in Oklahoma are:
1. Oklahoma City: The state capital and largest city in Oklahoma, known for its vibrant arts scene and Oklahoma City National Memorial.
2. Tulsa: The second-largest city in Oklahoma, famous for its museums, art deco architecture, and lively music scene.
3. Norman: Home to the University of Oklahoma and known for its college town atmosphere and vibrant art community.
4. Broken Arrow: A suburb of Tulsa and one of the fastest-growing cities in Oklahoma, offering a mix of residential areas and recreational activities.
5. Lawton: A city located near Fort Sill and Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, known for its military presence and outdoor recreational opportunities.