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In most US states, you have to register your Polaris ACE as an ORV to ride it on public land, and many other countries have similar pieces of legislation in effect as well. But in order to make your ACE completely street legal -- that is, in states where it’s possible to make a UTV street legal -- there are a few more steps you need to take. Among them, mirrors, brake lights, headlights, turn signals, and horns are a few of the aftermarket accessories required by law to drive your ACE UTV on paved city streets. But even if you’re unwilling or unable to add the aforementioned ACE accessories to your side by side to make it street legal, you might want to install some strictly for safety. After all, there’s a reason why governments require these components -- because they make driving safer. Horns, for instance, are quite handy when making sharp turns on tight, crowded trails. Simply blast the horn when cornering to let any potential oncoming driver know your whereabouts to avoid a head-on collision.