Oreion Reeper Street Legal States 2022

What States is the Oreion Reeper Street Legal?

The Oreion Reeper can be classified as a UTV, and sometimes an ATV. In this case, it must be first considered street legal in the state. Below are the known laws per state:

  • Alabama - Classified as off-road vehicles and cannot be used on public highways.
  • Alaska - Not allowed on highways or public roads unless the weather is extreme (ice and snow usually)
  • Arizona - Must be registered as a vehicle and obtain a decal every year. Needs a title, insurance policy and to pass a safety and admissions test.
  • Arkansas - Is permitted as long as it meets the state's street legal requirements.
  • California - Can only be used as an off-road vehicle and is not permitted on public highways.
  • Colorado - Does not recognize ATV or UTV, only classifies them as "four-wheelers" for off-road use only.
  • Connecticut- Can be used off-road, and must be made completely street legal and adhere to specific traffic laws within the state's requirements to be used on a public highway.
  • Delaware - Not allowed on public highways unless it is during a special event or not being driven.
  • Florida - Not allowed unless a special permit is given, only able to be used by law enforcement within the scope of their duty.
  • Georgia - Is not directly prohibited but must have mufflers or other silencers.
  • Hawaii - Cannot be considered motor vehicles and can only be used as farm equipment or on official business (city, county, state, federal)
  • Idaho - Generally not permitted on public roads without a sticker.
  • Illinois - Not permitted on public roads or highways unless you are momentarily crossing. Special traffic laws apply.
  • Indiana - Must be titled and registered for off-road use. There are rules per county.
  • Iowa - Differs by county
  • Kansas - Permitted by not allowed on public roads or highways.
  • Kentucky - Cannot be operated on any roadway or public highway
  • Louisiana - Can only be used for off-road purposes and cannot be used on any public highways or roadways.
  • Maine - Must be properly registered and cannot be used on any public highways or roadways.
  • Maryland- Can only be used for agricultural purposes and does not need to be registered if it is your own property.
  • Massachusetts - Can only be used off-road or on public roads ONLY if crossing a road. Special traffic laws apply.
  • Michigan- Must have a decal on the vehicle and are not permitted on public roadways or highways.
  • Minnesota- Can only be used on the shoulder of public roads if permitted by law enforcement, must be used as an off-road vehicle.
  • Mississippi- Not allowed on public roads.
  • Missouri Not allowed on public roads.
  • Montana Permitted on certain roads.
  • Nebraska Largely can only be used for agricultural purposes.
  • Nevada Not allowed on public roads.
  • New Hampshire Not allowed on public roads unless otherwise permitted.
  • New Jersey - Allowed without a license but must be registered.
  • New Mexico - Allowed with a decal.
  • New York - Extremely restrictive with use, especially around NYC.
  • North Carolina Not allowed on public roads.
  • North Dakota Allowed if properly registered.
  • Ohio Allowed if properly registered.
  • Oklahoma Not allowed on public roads and must be registered.
  • Oregon Allowed if properly registered.
  • Pennsylvania Not allowed on public roads and must be registered.
  • Rhode Island Not allowed on public roads and must be registered.
  • South Carolina Allowed but must adhere to street legality. Cannot be used on highways.
  • South Dakota Not allowed on public roads
  • Tennessee Not allowed on highways.
  • Texas Not allowed on public roads unless it is for agricultural purposes.
  • Utah Allowed if properly registered.
  • Vermont Not allowed on public roads
  • Virginia Not allowed on public roads and must be registered.
  • Washington Not allowed on public roads unless for agricultural purposes.
  • West Virginia Not allowed on public roads
  • Wisconsin Not allowed on public roads
  • Wyoming Allowed if street-legal within the state.

Oreion Reeper Street Legal States 2022