Again, I know it's a yellow bike, but I wanted to finish the thread I started a few days ago. Thought I post the results of my trip to the local Big-O tires yesterday. My DRZe was titled previously in Oregon as a street bike, but it was full-dirt when it came to me. The title looks clean though, so it is not just a MSO. The Big-O guy looked at my bike and immediately commented on the lack of signals. I explained the "rules" in Utah and told him honestly that it was a technicallity that it did not orgianally come with signals so it did not need to have signals now. He commented something about these converted dirt bikes being very dangerous and not completely legal. He was never completely convinced, but seemed to just shrug his shoulders and go on. For reference, he never checked the tires, nor was he concerend that the horn wasn;t very loud. I got the feeling that they are more concerend about the bikes looking street legal as opposed to being street legal. At least that's what I've found in the past. For what it's worth I have some signals from past bikes that I was going to put on temporarily if it became a problem. I guess I don't need to worry about it again until next year!