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Saw a thread a while back that listed every states law regarding doors except for Hawaii. Does anyone know?
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Been driving all over and passing cops or being passed may I say and took the doors off on day 2!! So either I'm really lucky or it's legal.
 

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I've never been hassled. They allow passengers in the back of a truck so I don't see why having the doors removed would be less safe.
 

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on post you have to have mirrors...I know Hickam will stop you.... most times on the army post your good to go
 

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After reading this I'm very happy I ordered mine with the half doors as I will be living on base when I arrive in June 2013.
 

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it is legal to drive without the doors, but not on any military base, doors are required on all bases
 

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I drive on base all the time with my doors off, and without mirrors. I just recently installed installed mirrors after a year :whistling:
 

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Really? Every time I tried, the gate guards told me to put them back on. Hmmm
 

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I work with the cops on Hickam you'll get pulled over by the DOD cops for not having mirrors with out your doors, I recently bought some that fit in the door pin hole so I don't have to get a bracket for the screws by the windshield
 

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I work with the cops on Hickam you'll get pulled over by the DOD cops for not having mirrors with out your doors, I recently bought some that fit in the door pin hole so I don't have to get a bracket for the screws by the windshield
So driving without your doors is fine just have mirrors
 
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