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ok well the 1st day i came here i saw a thread on where people put there plates, well i just searched plates, tags, licence plate and i didnt come across it

so just wondering, where did everyone put theres? i put mine behind the heel guard cause if i put it on the back bar it covers the break light,

so what about you?
 

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I had mine on the side of the lower plastic piece that holds the tail lights. Theres a small ripple there so it never seated completely. I have since removed that piece and exchanged the sticker for a new one. I still need to put it on.
 

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I screwed 2 strips of aluminum on the bottom part of my cooler rack, and screwed the licence plate on these.
It looks great, doesn't cover the brake light, and does not hit the ground if I fall over from wheeling too high. I can try to post some pictures.
 

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Maybe this is just a Canadian version thing. My SE came with a bracket on the back to mount the little license plate. The bracket is made up of two pieces that mount below the tail light, I believe off the factory rear grab bar. I'm just waiting for the dealer to send me my plate and ownership back to me so I can mount the plate. I would have just gotten a new plate but I decided to just reuse the plate off my other atv.

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on the road...do people really ride these things on the street?..like back and forth to work kinda thing..i mean i will hop on the road and haul ass until the police come then off road again...but are these really street legal
 

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I ride mine on the road but its not legal, license plate or not. But since I live in massachusetts, it is legal to ride during a state of emergency. (Big snow storm or something) which is a blast. Cops will tell you other wise but it is as long as its registered. With headlights and brake lights. Cant wait for this year.. I still have yet found a place to mount my license plate, so for now it stays under the seat. just incase.
 

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I'm working on making a custom License plate. I am going to hang it in front of my brake lights. I am making it out of 1/16 steel. its 8"x4" and I painted it flat black, put my sticker on it, and I am going to be cutting out my registration numbers, so when I hit the brakes they will light up. I think its a cool Idea, we;'ll find out when I have it done :) :thumbsup:
 

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Tiggyboot said:
Maybe this is just a Canadian version thing. My SE came with a bracket on the back to mount the little license plate. The bracket is made up of two pieces that mount below the tail light, I believe off the factory rear grab bar. I'm just waiting for the dealer to send me my plate and ownership back to me so I can mount the plate. I would have just gotten a new plate but I decided to just reuse the plate off my other atv.

MK
Yep just a Canadian thing, I had everyone jealous when I got mine. :grin_nod: I removed the lower half of mine and removed the reflector/mounted the plate up a little higher.
 

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on the road...do people really ride these things on the street?..like back and forth to work kinda thing..i mean i will hop on the road and haul ass until the police come then off road again...but are these really street legal
Completely street legal in Portugal! Quads here are considered in the same category as tractors. :grin_nod: The law was probably made before the appearance of high-perfomance quads!
It has a licence plate and insurance just like a car, and it requires a normal car driving license. Helmets are mandatory. The speed limit on the road for this kind of vehicles is 40km/h, but no one pays much attention to any speed limits in Portugal anyway... It is very practical, as I live only a few miles from my riding areas!
However, they are not used that much for going to work and such, because they do not have the comfort or load capacity of a car, and are also not agile to escape traffic like a sports motorcycle. So we just ride them on the road for cruising or to go to our riding areas!
 

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I'm from canada, at first I had the liscence plate holder, but I remove it ans place the licence plate bolted under my seat!!!!!
 

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Don't quote me but I think quads are street legal in Arizona. I'm in Cali though, so I just have a sticker.
 

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I zip tied mine to the swingarm. Lays kinda flat but its on there so if I am ever checked at least its showing somewhere. Whats nice is you cant really tell its there while riding but if you're standing by it, its easily visible.
 
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