Under most municipal transportation laws, rear-view and side-view mirrors are required to make a Polaris Ranger Mid-Size street legal. So if you're wanting to use your machine as a daily commuter, if you're aiming to hit the trails without having to use a toy hauler, or if you have chores to conduct that require you to ride on city streets, you're first step to a street-legal UTV should be the installation of both rearview and sideview Polaris Ranger Mid-Size mirrors. Although they are required by law, side-by-side mirrors are also quite useful. Not only do they save your neck from having to look back when riding in reverse, but mirrors also expand your field of vision in both the rear and side directions. Safety is increased with UTV mirrors, but your convenience and comfort is increased as well. So whether it's a cheap and simple clamp-on mirror by Kolpin or EMP, a breakaway sideview mirror set by Bad Dawg or Moose, or some Seizmik side mirrors with built-in LEDs that seamlessly integrate with your machine's blinker kit, Everything Polaris Ranger has a wide array of DOT-approved mirrors to help make any edition of the Polaris Ranger Mid-Size, Mid-Size 570, or Mid-Size 500 completely legal on public roads.
If you use your rig for a mix of street and trail riding, you might benefit from a pair of unobtrusive mirrors that don't jut out very far. Sets like Pro Armor's side view mirrors for the Polaris Ranger Mid-Size are great for such applications, and so too are EMP's circular cage-mounted side-view mirrors. Such mirrors protrude minimally from the sides of the machine, so even if you're racing down tight wooded trails or threading the needle between two hard objects, you'll be able to sneak through without damaging your mirrors. Be it a side-view mirror set, a single rear-view mirror, or a complete street legal mirror kit for the Polaris Ranger Mid-Size that includes several mirrors, if you're wanting to make your UTV street legal, the mirrors at Everything Polaris Ranger will set you on the right path.