LED Turn Signal Kits: Polaris Ranger XP HD HO RZR Crew Deisel Sportsman, Yamaha Rhino Viking Grizzly, Cam-Am Commander Maverick Outlander, Kawasaki Mule Teryx Brute Force, Honda Big Red MUV Pioneer Rancher Foreman Rubicon, Arctic Cat Prowler Wildcat MudPro, Coleman Outfitter, Bobcat, Golf Cart, any Side-by-Side UTV or ATV

EZTSK.com

Home Page
My Story
Testimonials & Pictures
Turn Signal Kit Videos
Which turn signal kit is right for me?
Contact EZ Turn Signal Kits

Street Legal OHV Information
ATV / UTV / ROV Information
Dealer Information and Discounts
Privacy Policy Statement
EZ Turn Signal Kits Order Form
Checkout

 
 Turn Signal
Kits
---------------
Which turn signal kit is right for me?
Regular Bulb Turn Signal Kit 103
LED Turn Signal Kit 104
LED Turn Signal Kit 105
LED Running Lights & Turn Signal Kit 107-SM
Toggle Switch LED ATV Turn Signal Kit 604

ALL Kits are Made in the USA

 
 Turn Signal
Parts
---------------
LED Turn Signal Flasher
LED Turn Signal Lights
Regular Bulb Turn Signal Flasher
Regular Bulb Turn Signal Lights
Turn Signal Switch
Custom Kit Brackets

ALL Kits are Made in the USA

 
ACCESSORIES
--------------------
12 Volt Horn Kit
LED Lighted License Plate Bracket
LED Back-up Light Kit
LED Cargo Light Kit
LED Dome Light Kit
Benz Silent Rider Exhaust Silencer
Polaris Ranger Service Manual

ALL Kits are Made in the USA

Shipping Rates

We Accept:
 
 
 
 
 
Website Tools
and Hosting
UTV: Polaris Ranger XP, HD, HO, Crew, Brutus, Diesel, 6x6, EV, 400, 500, 570, 700, 800, 900, RZR S / 4 / 570 / 800 / 900 / 1000 / XP / XP-4 / XC, Bobcat, Polaris Sportsman ACE
Yamaha Rhino, Viking, Can-Am Commander, Maverick, MAX, Honda Big Red MUV, Pioneer, Kawasaki Mule, Teryx, Teryx-4, Arctic Cat Prowler, Wildcat, Wildcat-4, Coleman Outfitter

ATV: Poilaris Sportsman, Magnum, Hawkeye, Trail Boss, Yamaha Grizzly, Kodiak, Honda Rancher, Foreman, Rubicon, Rincon, Four Trax, Recon
Kawasaki Brute Force, Bayou, Prairie, Can-Am Outlander, Suzuki King Quad, Vinson, Eiger, Arctic Cat MudPro, 350, 450, 550, 650, 700, 1000

Jump to stock#:

350

"The Original Design and Developer of the LED Turn Signal Kit for UTVs"
and
"The Original Design and Developer of the LED Turn Signal Kit with Emergency Flashers for ATVs"
Street Legal Information for Off Highway Vehicles (OHV)

ATV Television Review of EZ Turn Signal Kits.

Polaris Ranger Club (PRC), Randy's video of the EZ Turn Signal Kit (stock# 104) installed on his 2013 Polaris Ranger 900 XP.


Arizona Off-Highway Vehicle Laws, Rules and Regulations

The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) is responsible for title and registration of motor vehicles in Arizona.

Title and registration are two different things. A title is proof of ownership, while registration allows you to operate a vehicle on public roads. For title purposes, ATVs are classified as off-road recreational motor vehicles. A title is required for ATVs.

If the driver of an off-road vehicle intends to drive on Arizona streets or highways, the vehicle must be properly registered. An ATV must be street legal before registration can be issued; some ATVs may require additional equipment or modifications in order to meet this requirement.

To read the entire brochure put out by the Arizona Game and Fish Department click on Arizona Off-Highway Vehicle Laws, Rules and Regulations. This PDF document will take about 2 minutes to download on a 56k dial-up connection.

There are numerous opportunities for OHV recreation in Arizona. Local land management agencies have information and maps available. Please contact the local land management agencies for updated information on access, closures, rules and regulations, and other information prior to planning activities.

Arizona OHV Trails and Places to Ride


Arizona OHV Decal
Arizona Off-Highway Vehicle Decal

Off-highway vehicle decal price set at $25 annually.
New state laws requiring purchase take effect January 1, 2009.


A coalition of state agencies has agreed on a price for the new Arizona off-highway vehicle (OHV) decal that will be required in Arizona to operate most ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes, and other OHVs meeting certain criteria beginning in January, 2009.

The Arizona OHV Decal will cost $25 and will be issued annually through the Arizona Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Division (MVD). Revenues from the purchase of the decal will help better manage Arizonas exploding OHV use and help protect natural resources.

The Arizona OHV Decal is a part of new OHV laws taking effect January 1, 2009. The laws will require the annual purchase of the decal for any OHV designed by the manufacturer primarily for travel over unimproved terrain and weighing 1,800 pounds or less. After January 1, 2009 title and registration services and decals will be available at MVD offices. Beginning January 1, 2009 owners whose OHVs are currently titled or registered in Arizona may purchase the decal online at: www.ServiceArizona.com. The new laws also contain other provisions about titling, registration, equipment, and responsible operation.

Purchase of the decal is a user-play, user-pay fee that will allow the OHV to be legally operated in Arizona as well as in other states that have reciprocity agreements.

Revenue from purchases of the decal will be used in many ways to benefit Arizona OHV users. This will bolster the State Parks grant program that is used for damage mitigation, trail construction, habitat restoration and various other programs. Game and Fish will use funds to hire new law enforcement officers specifically for OHV enforcement. It is also creating new OHV education classes that can be taken by OHV users and may be court ordered for those found in violation of OHV laws. State Land will use a portion of the funds for law enforcement, habitat restoration and access across state trust lands.

Arizona Game and Fish Department, MVD, Arizona State Parks and Arizona State Land Department have worked cooperatively to determine a price that is reasonable for all users and were very happy its been set at $25.

Enactment of the laws was the end product of a huge collaborative effort between OHV groups, conservation and sportsmens organizations, government agencies and elected officials, who all worked together to achieve this positive outcome for Arizonas natural resources and outdoor recreation enthusiasts.

For more information about safe and responsible use, visit the Arizona Game and Fish Department at: www.azgfd.gov/outdoor_recreation/off_highway.shtml

For more information about usage of state land, visit the Arizona State Land Department at: www.land.state.az.us/programs/natural/recreation_permit.htm

For more information about title and registration of OHVs, visit the Arizona Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) at: www.azdot.gov

To purchase an off-highway vehicle decal for an OHV that has an Arizona title or registration, visit the website at: www.ServiceArizona.com


Not sure which turn signal kit is right for you?
Ask yourself a few simple questions and make it EZ... click on which turn signal kit is right for me?



Idaho Off Highway Vehicle Use on City and County Roads

The following requirements must be met on city, county, and highway district roads. Certain roads may be closed by local jurisdiction. Check with local jurisdiction for information on roads open to OHV use.

  • Valid restricted vehicle license plate. [IC 49-402 (4)]
  • Valid IDPR OHV registration sticker affixed to restricted vehicle license plate. (IC 67-7122)
  • Valid drivers license. (IC 49-301)
  • Liability insurance or alternative insurance. (IC 49-1223 or IC 49-1232)
  • A helmet under age 18. (IC 49-666)
  • Muffler and U.S. Forest Service approved spark arrestor. Your muffler has to pass 96db at the half-meter test, SAE J1287. (IC 67-7125)
  • Brake light.
  • Headlight and taillight after dark/poor visibility.
  • Horn audible at 200 feet.
  • Mirror showing roadway 200 feet behind the OHV.
Click on Idaho Off-Highway Requirements to download and read the entire PDF document.


Not sure which turn signal kit is right for you?
Ask yourself a few simple questions and make it EZ... click on which turn signal kit is right for me?



Michigan Department of State
On-Road Equipment Inspection - Four Wheel Motor Vehicles

In the Michigan Department of State (PART 2) On-Road Equipment Inspection of Four-Wheel Motor Vehicles, some of the necessary equipment is required by the Michigan Vehicle Code.

  • Turn Signals (front and rear)
  • License Plate Light
  • Horn
Click on Michigan Department of State to download and read the entire PDF document.


Not sure which turn signal kit is right for you?
Ask yourself a few simple questions and make it EZ... click on which turn signal kit is right for me?



New Hampshire Statute RSA 266:116
Equipment Required for Low-Speed Utility Vehicles

A low-speed utility vehicle as defined in RSA 259:108, II shall be equipped in accordance with 49 C.F.R. section 571.500. This equipment shall include headlamps, stop lamps, turn signal lamps, tail lamps, reflex reflectors, a parking brake, a rearview exterior mirror, a windshield, windshield wiper, brakes, seat belts, a vehicle identification number, and such other equipment as is required by federal regulations.


Not sure which turn signal kit is right for you?
Ask yourself a few simple questions and make it EZ... click on which turn signal kit is right for me?



Utah Off Highway Vehicle Use on Public Highways

SB181S01 modifies the Insurance Code and the Motor Vehicles Code by amending provisions governing the use of off-highway vehicles, specifically ATVs/UTV's, on public highways. It creates by definition a new class of motor vehicles known as Street-Legal All-terrain Vehicles", or Street-Legal ATVs/UTV's, defines the operational and equipment requirements for street-legal ATVs/UTV's, and modifies the law as it relates to county and municipality authority to designate highways under their respective jurisdictions for OHV use. The Chief Sponsor of the bill was Senator Scott Jenkins, with Representative Michael Noel acting as the House sponsor. The bill took effect on October 1, 2008.

Creating a Street Legal OHV / ATV / UTV - Requirements Effective May 2009

All-terrain vehicles may be inspected provided that they have been modified to be street legal. They shall be equipped with the following items, which shall comply with the regulations of the department (41-6a-1509).

  • One or more headlamps that meet the requirements of U.C.A. 41-6a-1603
  • One or more tail lamps
  • A tail lamp or other lamp constructed and placed to illuminate the registration plate with a white light
  • One or more red reflectors on the rear
  • One or more stop lamps on the rear
  • Amber or red electric turn signals, one on each side of the front and rear. Red turn signals are only allowed to be on the rear
  • A braking system, other than a parking brake, that meets the requirements of U.C.A. 41-6a-1623
  • A horn or other warning device that meets the requirements of U.C.A. 41-6a-1625
  • A muffler and emission control system that meets the requirements of U.C.A. 41-6a-1626
  • Rearview mirrors on the right and left side of the driver in accordance with U.C.A. 41-6a-1627. All-terrain Type I Vehicle requires only a left side mirror and Utility Type Vehicle requires both a left side and right side mirror
  • A windshield, unless the operator wears eye protection while operating the vehicle
  • A speedometer, illuminated for nighttime operations
  • Vehicles designed by the manufacturer for carrying one or more passengers, a seat designed for passengers, including a footrest and handhold for each passenger
  • Vehicles with side by side seating, seatbelts for each vehicle occupant
  • Must not be less than 30 inches in width or exceed 70 inches in width. Measurement must be taken at the widest point of the vehicle, including tires.
  • Drivers seat must not be less than 25 inches in height or exceed 40 inches in height. This measurement must be made from the ground to the top of the forward edge of the seating position when measured on a flat level surface
  • The tire tread depth must be at least 2/32 inches or greater and the tires must not exceed 26 inches in height or be larger than the ATV manufacturer made available for the ATV model
Click on Utah Street Legal ATV/UTV Requirements Effective May 2009 to download and read the entire PDF document.


Not sure which turn signal kit is right for you?
Ask yourself a few simple questions and make it EZ... click on which turn signal kit is right for me?



Washington (WA) State ENGROSSED SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL 1632
Relating to regulating the use of off-road vehicles (ORV)

The legislature finds that off-road vehicle users have been overwhelmed with varied confusing rules, regulations, and ordinances from federal, state, county, and city land managers throughout the state to the extent standardization statewide is needed to maintain public safety and good order.

It is the intent of the legislature to: (a) Increase opportunities for safe, legal, and environmentally acceptable motorized recreation; (b) decrease the amount of unlawful or environmentally harmful motorized recreation; (c) generate funds for use in maintenance, signage, education, and enforcement of motorized recreation opportunities; (d) advance a culture of self-policing and abuse intolerance among motorized recreationists; (e) cause no change in the policies of any governmental agency with respect to public land; (f) not change any current ORV usage routes as authorized in chapter 213, Laws of 2005; (g) stimulate rural economies by opening certain roadways to use by motorized recreationists which will in turn stimulate economic activity through expenditures on gasoline, lodging, food and drink, and other entertainment purposes; and (h) require all wheeled all-terrain vehicles to obtain a metal tag.

Any wheeled all-terrain vehicle operated within this state must display a metal tag to be affixed to the rear of the wheeled all-terrain vehicle and be the same size as a motorcycle license plate.

A person who operates a wheeled all-terrain vehicle must comply with the following equipment requirements:

(i) Headlights meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.030 and 14 46.37.040 and used at all times when the vehicle is in motion upon a highway
(ii) One tail lamp meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.525 and used at all times when the vehicle is in motion upon a highway; however, a utility-type vehicle, as described under RCW 46.09.310, must have two tail lamps meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.070(1) and to be used at all times when the vehicle is in motion upon a highway
(iii) A stop lamp meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.200
(iv) Reflectors meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.060
(v) During hours of darkness, as defined in RCW 46.04.200, turn signals meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.200. Outside of hours of darkness, the operator must comply with RCW 46.37.200 or 46.61.310
(vi) A mirror attached to either the right or left handlebar, which must be located to give the operator a complete view of the highway for a distance of at least two hundred feet to the rear of the vehicle; however, a utility-type vehicle, as described under RCW 46.09.310(19), must have two mirrors meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.400
(vii) A windshield meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.430, unless the operator wears glasses, goggles, or a face shield while operating the vehicle, of a type conforming to rules adopted by the Washington state patrol
(viii) A horn or warning device meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.380
(ix) Brakes in working order
(x) A spark arrester and muffling device meeting the requirements of RCW 46.09.470
(xi) For utility-type vehicles, as described under RCW 46.09.310(19), seatbelts meeting the requirements of RCW 46.37.510

Click on Washington State Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) House Bill 1632 to download and read the entire PDF document.


Not sure which turn signal kit is right for you?
Ask yourself a few simple questions and make it EZ... click on which turn signal kit is right for me?



SM LED Turn Signal Kit - (stock# 104)
SM LED Running Lights & Turn Signal Kit - (stock# 107-SM)
LED Turn Signal Kit - (stock# 105)
Toggle Switches ATV LED Turn Signal Kit - (stock# 604)
Regular Bulb Turn Signal Kit - (stock# 103)
Horn Kit - (stock# 310)
LED License Plate Bracket - (stock# 312)
LED Cargo Light Kit - (stock# 320)
LED Dome Light Kit - (stock# 325)
LED Reverse / Back-up Light Kit - (stock# 350)
UTV Exhaust Silencer - (stock# 450)
Turn Signal Switch - (stock# 110 & 610)
LED Lights - (stock# 113-120)
LED Flasher - (stock# 125)
Regular Bulb Lights - (stock# 111-112)
Regular Bulb Flasher - (stock# 123)
Custom Turn Signal Kit Brackets - (stock# 130-150)
UTV / ATV Wire Connector Kits - (stock# 160-660)

Checkout Street Legal OHV Regulations.

Home Page | Contact Us | Reviews | Dealer Info | Links | Policies | Order Form | Checkout

For more information:
EZ Turn Signal Kits
P. O. Box 1818
Glendale, AZ 85311-1818 US
E-mail: Cisco@LEDTSK.com
Glendale Office: (623) 435-1337