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Old 11-09-2012, 08:15 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by dirtrulz View Post
This may have been answered already but what do you have to do to liscence a small trailer like this. Is it like a sidecar and considered part of the bike since there is no hitch?
This depends on where you live. So far, I only know of one customer that has licensed his trailer and he did only because he wanted to. The important thing is not to block the view of your license plate and lights on the bike itself.
For added safety, I do offer a lighting kit that you can wire into your bikes tail lights.
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