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If you prefer to stay on the right side of the law and don’t want to be hassled by the cops when you’re running errands around town in your UTV, making your Honda Pioneer street legal is a must. And even if you only ride paved roads when you’re going from one dirt road to another, the DNR or your local patrol officers might still hit you with a ticket if your vehicle isn’t properly registered, stickered, and licensed. Although the rules do vary from state to state, and even from county to county, there are several Honda Pioneer street legal accessories which are required regardless of where you ride. So if you’re local ordinance mandate a licensed UTV in order to legally run single-lane roads, or if you’re looking for the right street legal accessories so that you can drive more than 10 miles on a two-lane road, Everything Honda Offroad is here with all the Honda Pioneer street legal parts, Honda Pioneer street legal accessories, and Honda Pioneer street legal kits to make your rig road-ready and suited to pass the strictest of inspections!  

Pretty much all municipalities require owners to install Honda Pioneer mirrors to make their UTVs street legal. In some places, a single rear-view mirror is enough. In other places, however, riders must have both a rear-view mirror as well as side mirrors in order to be compliant with the rules. Whatever the case may be where you live, work, and ride, we’ve got both basic Honda Pioneer mirrors that’ll make your rig street legal, as well as aftermarket Honda Pioneer mirrors that are not only street legal, but off-road worthy as well. Our breakaway Honda Pioneer side mirrors, for example, are perfect for those who ride tight trails that present a high likelihood of mirror impacts. Whether you get a little too close to trees, the sides of hills, or road signs / delineator poles, Honda Pioneer breakaway mirrors will fold backwards upon impact instead of ripping straight off. Similarly, the rear-view mirrors we offer for the Honda Pioneer are also optimized for off-roading. We have wide-angle rear-view mirrors to give you unmatched lines of sight, as well as lighted rear-view mirrors that act as both a mirror and a dome light. 

In addition to Honda Pioneer street legal accessories like mirrors, we also sell things like turn signal and horn kits at Everything Honda Offroad. Many riders love the plug-and-play Honda Pioneer turn signals that utilize the factory brake lights as blinkers. But we also provide users with Honda Pioneer turn signal kits with included indicator LEDs. And although air horns might be fine for some, the Honda Pioneer horns available at Everything Honda Offroad are designed to excel in rough conditions as well as to pass the scrutiny of any local UTV inspection. Use our Honda Pioneer street legal kits to legalize your bike, or use them to communicate, increase safety, and express your intentions on the track / trail. And even if you never intend to spin a single wheel on asphalt, you still might need street legal accessories because they are required by many off-road parks and OHV areas!

Once you’ve got mirrors, blinkers, and horns taken care of, the next thing you might need to make your Honda Pioneer street legal is a license plate frame. So long as your number plate is displayed properly and clearly visible, you should be good to go in most areas. But if you’re required to illuminate your plate, don’t worry, because we sell lighted Honda Pioneer license plate brackets that tie into your machine’s rear brake light wires with simple pigtails and harness plugs!

The aforementioned Honda Pioneer street legal accessories are the most common around the United States. However there are other street legal accessories for the Honda Pioneer that you might also be required to install. Honda Pioneer street tires approved by the US Department of Transportation could be compulsory, as could DOT-rated Honda Pioneer street legal windshields made with a thick metal frame and laminated safety glass. Whatever the law demands, though, it can be found at Everything Honda Offroad. So buckle up, slap on a helmet if it’s required, and burn a little rubber when the 5-0 ain’t looking — just make sure to display a slow-moving-vehicle triangle, buy proper insurance, and obey all traffic rules as you would with a standard automobile!

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