There are three minitruck dealers in the Oklahoma City area. One in Edmond, just north of the city ( http://www.swedishminitrucks.com/index.php ), one in Simenole, about fifty miles east of the city ( http://www.minitrucksbs.com ) and one in Goldsby, a few miles south of Norman. I think the one in Goldsby is a farmer who does this on the side. That's not very many dealers for a metro area that size, especially in the middle of a state where they've been legal on city streets and state highways for almost two years. But then they're probably more popular in rural areas where you can get around a lot more without encountering interstates and turnpikes. And they're is a lot more use for off-road application in rural areas. As for as big government interference, I'm sure they would like to tell us they're not good for us for some reason and outlaw them at least on public roads. They've been telling us for years they can't be used on public roads because that's not the reason they're imported. But right now it looks like the bigger government-more regulations people in Washington have their hands full keeping their heads above water on much bigger issues.