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431TT

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431TT says:

CRF250X Roal Legal? Help!

Hi all,

I've just got new Honda CRF250X which has been registered for road use and is insured/numberplate etc. The bike came with only lights, not a brake light just front and back constant lights, no indicaters/horn/reflecters/speedo.

Also are the tyres it comes with road legal?

I have, searched online, rung VOSA, rung DVLA, and no one is able to give me a straight answer!!!

I've heard that I don't need this and that but no two answers are alike!!!

I've been riding it anyway but don't want to get fined or points really.

Please can someone give me some straight answers? Please do not reply if you are merely speculating I need some facts.

Bike is 2010 plate.

Many thanks,

Tim

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431TT

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431TT says:

Thanks

Thanks Paul that was a good shout Clive is very helpful and clued up.

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mrh3369

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mrh3369 says:

Horn

and you need a horn.

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Pwarr41

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Pwarr41 says:

road legal

You need a horn, speedo, rear reflector and a brake light to be road legal. If the bike was first registered after a certain date, which i can't remember, then it needs indicators fitted too. As for tyres, any tyres that aren't below the minimum tread depth should be legal, if you have off road tyres then the space between the nobbles must be less than 60mm to be road legal.

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