Okla.’s Fisher to Relinquish His Official Vehicle

October 29, 2003

After pleading no contest to a charge of driving while intoxicated, Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Carroll Fisher agreed to give up his official state car, according to Associated Press reports.

He was driving his state car when he was pulled over in early August in Oklahoma City. Fisher said he’d been drinking beer at a charity event.

Although Fisher has continued to use his state vehicle since his arrest, he has been driving under a modified license requiring him blow into a Breathalyzer before starting the car.

The Breathalyzer machine will be transferred to Fisher’s private vehicle.

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