Don't restrict your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size to the confines of the Offroad. With a street legal kit on your Mid-Size Ranger, you're one step closer to conducting lawful leisure rides across publicaly-owned blacktop. Depending on which jurisdiction you're governed by, the requirements for legalizing your UTV for public streets and roads may vary, but there are a few key Polaris Ranger Mid-Size street legal accessories that most states and nations deem necessary for a license. Street legal side-by-side mirrors are one. Some municipalities are less stringent with their mirror demands, requiring only side mirrors. Others, however, require that a Polaris Ranger Mid-Size have both rear-view mirrors and side mirrors to be street legal. Similarly, blinkers and turn signals may or may not be mandatory in accordance with your local code. Some places allow riders to indicate their turns using hand signals. For the places that don't, though, turn signal kits are a must-have Mid-Size accessory if you want a street legal machine. Horn kits are often integrated into turn signal kits, so if a horn is compulsory where you reside, a dual horn blinker kit would definitely make you're life easier.
Most states and counties have specific "UTV" classifications that the Mid-Size Ranger falls into. For those riding in Canada, helmets are mandatory, and for people in Europe or the CANZUK countries, laws differ on the matter. For US-based riders, the Department of Transportation acts as the chief governing body at the Federal level, and the use of things like DOT approved windshields as well as other DOT approved accessories may be enforced. Whatever the rules may be where you ride, we've got the solutions. Be it a license plate bracket to mount your shiney new license plate at the legal location or other street legal requirements like brake lights, mirrors, and turn signals, here at Everything Polaris Ranger, we've got what it takes to make your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size legal on the streets.