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Looks like i may be moving to Texas in a couple months. I understand that the dmv requires a yearly vehicle inspection? if so, do i need to go back to all DOT signals and the like? or will aftermarket smaller signals be ok as long as they work?

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Don't sweat it. Texas doesn't require turn signals. Also, for the inspection, the lube places won't ride your bike or anything serious. They check for hi/lo beam, horn, tail and brake light. One place wanted to see the tail light with the engine off to make sure I had a battery. And the biggee, they'll ask if your brakes work...

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welcome to Tejas , the good ol boy syndrome is still alive and well here. so I would bet that if you took your bike to the same place you take your cars you wont have to change a thing. What part of Texas?

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San antonio to be exact. Hope there is some good street/dirt riding there, vegas has so much in the way of wide open desert thats free to explore. looks like i'll need to get a horn back on then.

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i'm glad there's a lot of Texas riders on here, can't wait to get to exploring. I'll be down there again in a couple weeks, but it's going to be all business during the days.

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SA is one of the safest cities to live in.

who would have thunk it! There are still parts you might not want to venture into I'm sure. I lived there for a little while (when I was realy young). I recently went for a visit and its changed a lot since I lived there.

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