Well, well. The WY legislature made a law a few years back that allows 4 wheelers and side-by sides to get MPV plates to go on all the roads in WY except the interstates. They don't meet Federal DOT standards but they do it this way. HOWEVER, don't try this with a dirtbike without that sticker! Don't try this with a plated and titled dirtbike out of state. You see, I have a titled and plated (with current registration) dirtbike that I went through the process in Michigan to make it street legal. I had to have a police officer inspect the vehicle to make sure it meets DOT rules before I could title and plate it. I have moved to WY and to my surprise they won't title it nor plate it for me here. I called a man in WYDOT in Cheyenne who is in charge of all this and he says without a federal sticker showing compliance with Federal DOT regs, it can't be licensed here. But 4 wheelers can? He tells me yes they can even though they don't meet the DOT standard. What bureaucratic hypocrisy! I have a Yanmar 2v78 v-twin diesel engine I want to put into a motorcycle. I can build a bike around that and get a state VIN legally. Since I TIG weld I asked if I could cut the frame off my dirtbike and build a new bike from some of those parts but I'm told that would be VIN fraud. How? Does any of this make sense? I just lost 1 form of legal transportation here! That sucks! I really like WY for other reasons but this one makes absolutely no sense. Are there any WY state wide dualsport clubs? I wouldn't mind seeing if we can talk some sense into the legislators showing the hypocrisy as well as show them they are missing out on registration money (AS WE ALL KNOW THAT'S ALL THEY REALLY WANT ANYHOW IS MORE OF OUR MONEY). Guess I'll have to pull the plate off when it expires and either sell it back in Michigan or find another way.