State Regulations

We at Eaton Mini Trucks have compiled a list of state laws to better serve you with your mini truck needs. Please keep in mind that it is important to check with your local state and county to inquire if mini trucks are allowed as this list serves as a guide. Eaton mini trucks cannot be held responsible for state laws, changes, and state regulations. 

AlabamaAllowedAny road except interstate highways
AlaskaNot Allowed
ArizonaNot Allowed
ArkansasAllowedRoads with a posted speed limit of 55 mph or less excluding interstate highways and controlled across highway if vehicle is being used exclusively for a farm purpose
CaliforniaAllowedLocated on a natural island with an area in excess of 20,000 acres and that is within a county having a population excess of 4,000,000
ColoradoNot Allowed
ConnecticutNot Allowed
DelawareNot Allowed
District of ColumbiaNot Allowed
FloridaAllowedRoads with posted speed limit of 35 mph or less
GeorgiaNot Allowed
HawaiiNot Allowed
IdahoAllowedLocal option; roads designed by the Idaho Transportation Board
IllinoisAllowedRoads with a posted speed limit of 35 mph if allowed by local ordinance
IndianaAllowedAny road except interstate highways
IowaNot Allowed
KansasAllowedPublic roads except interstate, federal or state highways; within corporate city limits if allowed under local ordinance
KentuckyAllowedLocal option
LouisianaAllowedRoads with a posted speed limit of 55 mph or less except interstate highways, controlled access highways, or multi-lane divided highways with partial or no control of access
MaineAllowedRoads with a posted speed limit of 35 mph or less
MarylandNot Allowed
MassachusettsNot Allowed
MichiganNot Allowed
MinnesotaAllowedLocal option
MississippiNot Allowed
MissouriAllowedLocal option
MontanaNot Allowed
NebraskaAllowedAny road except interstate highways, freeways, or expressways
NevadaNot Allowed
New HampshireAllowedRoads with a posted speed limit of 35 mph or less located within 25 miles of registrant’s home or place of business
New JerseyNot Allowed
New MexicoNot Allowed
New YorkNot Allowed
North CarolinaNot Allowed
North DakotaAllowedAny paved road except highways with a posted speed limit of 65 mph
OhioAllowedRoads with a posted speed limit of less than 35 mph if allowed by local ordinance (effective 01/01/2017)
OklahomaAllowedAny road except interstate highways
OregonNot Allowed
PennsylvaniaNot Allowed
Rhode IslandNot Allowed
South CarolinaNot Allowed
South DakotaNot Allowed
TennesseeAllowedStreets where the posted speed limit is less than 40 mph; a county or municipality may prohibit the operation of medium- speed vehicles on any road under its jurisdiction if the governing body of county or municipality determines that such a prohibition is necessary in the interest if safety
TexasNot Allowed
UtahAllowedAny road except interstate highways
VermontNot Allowed
VirginiaNot Allowed
WashingtonNot Allowed
West VirginiaNot Allowed
WisconsinNot Allowed
WyomingAllowedAny road except interstate highways