Here's my story on getting a license plate: I read several hundred threads on TT (I'm glad I'm did it in Michigan after reading some of the California threads). I put on Dunlop D606's (had to do it myself after reading that real men change their own tires!). A few skins and scrapes but really not that hard and I'm glad I did it so I learned about rimlocks and the value of dishwasher soap. I got the Trick Dual Sport Kit and it was an easy install and appears to be wonderful quality. It is not possible to get better customer service than you get from Dale. Thanks Dale. Bought a bicycle mirror and small license plate light and put the stock baffle back in. Took it down to the local police with the state form and they told me to go to the Secretary of State. After I convinced them that this was their role they signed off (didn't even look at the tires or listen to it, pissed me off :-)). I was first in line at the Secretary of State office and after 5 minutes of explaining that even though the VIN came up as an off road vehicle they could do this for me, in five more minutes I had my plate. I am one happy camper. Thanks for all the posts and advice.