Correct. It has a lot to do with state/provincial law. You can add a horn, signal lights, cab, etc....but at the end of the day it will depend on what the law considers street legal.There is an outfit that makes a complete kit. Just search Street league UTV. The only challenge is State law. Can't do it in Ak because it is titled off road only. It is legal in some states.
I would love to drive mine daily.
Sorry about your anti UTV state.:frown2:Licensed my rzr in MI there was a loophole you could register as a roadster was great legal in all 50 states got pulled over all the time,lots of things had to be done,dot wheels,dot wind sheild,emergency brake,turn signals.inspected by police department then down to dot for license plates along with MI no fault insurance from progressive,that was 2 years ago since then they have changed law,no longer can be done there.had planned on doing it with general.
You can't ride on Federal, or State Highways in Idaho Except within an area where the Highway goes through a town and the speed limit is under 45 MPH and some towns have passed local ordinances against using UTVs and ATVsSince not a lot have completed their profile so we all know where you live.
I'm from Colorado...we can't license our machines...yet. But I license my RZR and soon my General in Arizona. Then...
I can drive on any road except the Interstates in Utah, Arizona, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota
In some of those states there is no reciprocity with Colorado, so I have to purchase their OHV sticker. No big deal the money goes to trail support.
I see them all the time but I bet you will never see a General street legal. They passed the law in 2015 and it became effective January 1st no more street legal ATV, ORV, SxS anything that does not have a street title.Anybody in Michigan have their rzr street legal, classified as an assembled pick up and if so who did you get to insure it