|11-07-2010 12:08 AM|
Been riding around during the day without the doors this past week (minus the rainy days). Just rocking a heavy sweatshirt and gloves, I love the looks I get in the morning driving to the gym in about 40*F weather
As for the mirros, I've heard as long as there is A mirror so you can see behind you (aka rearview), you're ok. I'm not expert, only had my Jeep since Feb, but had the doors off for 75% of the summer. I'm in the greater Boston area, so I'd assume a Jeep with no doors would stick out to the cops around here, but never had an issue.
|10-26-2010 11:09 AM|
You have two options
#1 Pick up a trail cover
#2 Learn where all your drain plugs are
|10-26-2010 11:07 AM|
|Recip||Right Right, I wasn't planning on doing it anytime soon. This is just my first jeep and i'm trying to get all my ducks inline for this spring/summer. My only fear is leaving the doors and top off during the summer while at work, and having it rain. Any thoughts on this? (other than watching the weather channel, as we all know how accurate our NE forecasters are)|
|10-24-2010 10:13 PM|
|uselessllama||Indeed, when I drive doorless I like to have shorts and flip flops on. It's a bit too chilly right now for that, and the heat doesn't really do anything while you're moving. It's too much effort for me to take the doors/top off and then put on sneakers/pants. If I'm going to be open and free, I'm going to do it right.|
|10-24-2010 09:53 PM|
|Jp90Talon||Its fine as long as you have a driver side mirror. I drive up there all the time and never had an issue though this may not be the time of year to be driving around doorless.|
|10-24-2010 09:27 PM|
Just curious, been doing lots of research, and well it's not going well. How are the laws around here in MA regarding driving with no doors on your jeep? I understand you need mirrors, and plan on moving mine. Just don't want to do the mirror move if I can't take the doors off and drive RT2 to work
Any help here would be appreciated.