Ah so you do like the PB as well. Still think they would be the most fun you can have driving in the white stuff. I'm noticing you take the decals off your BF. I put decals on, ha ha. Only factory ones of course, but if a warning label is scuffed or missing, I have to get a new one and it has to have the exact same part number on it.
Utah riding question. In WY we've had "street legal" for several decades. At first they required you to get a motorcycle endorsement, but in early 2000s they quit that-guess they realized MC and ATV are 2 different animals. But we have 2 kinds of "street legal". To ride anywhere except Interstates, you get License Plate registration as a MPV. Otherwise you can get a sticker registration as a ORV. But ORV can still ride on some highways as well as forest roads, BLM roads, and roads in State Parks. If I understand it right, when you guys went street legal option a few years ago, they left it so that towns could allow non street legal as well. We have no towns that give an exemption to the street legal requirement.
I have ridden in Washington City on 4 lane streets without a street legal wheeler. Washington and Hurricane both say you can as long as you are going to a riding area (ie. Sand Hollow, Hurricane Dunes, Warner Valley....) but if I've got it right, towns like Beaver and Richfield allow riding around town without being street legal or having to be going to a riding area. I was looking at real estate in Elsinore, and Elsinore says you can ride any street as long as you are going to a riding area, which I guess would be Elsinore Mtn Road/Forest 105? So is this correct that in Richfield you could ride down to the store? Here people do it a lot, but not much in the winter. I find it amusing when I drive by the bar and there are 4 or 5 wheelers parked in front.