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Street Legal and Road Legal?


Greetings,

I recently found the indycycle site in a quest to find/create a road worthy substitute for a motorcycle. Physical limitations will not allow me to ride a bike or a scooter and when I saw the indycycle trike it was exactly what I was looking for.

A major issue that I was wondering about: What regulations dimensions etc. would be needed to be met to make the indy cycle road and street legal? I happen to live in VA.

Great site. Look forward to collaborating!

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Re: Street Legal and Road Legal?


It just so happens that I built the Original Vehicle in VA (Danville, to be exact) and it was totally street legal at that time. Now, keep in mind that I finished and registered it back in 1994, so check with the local state police and inspection stations to make sure nothing major has changed, such as no requirement for front fenders.
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