From the Archives - Oklahoma, 2012
Laying claim to having the longest absolutely straightest road is always a contest between several states, but it is generally accepted that Hwy 412 east of Guymon, Oklahoma pretty much is it at 47.7 miles. West of Guymon the highway continues on for 65.5 miles and is just as straight or so it seems. At any rate, North Dakota's claim of 123 miles for Highway 46 fails for there is a slight kink in it somewhere along the way leaving only 31 miles of perfect straightness thus disqualifying it.
To me, I don't care. I love roads like this however long and straight they are doesn't really matter. And no, I don't get bored either.