Is it legal to drive without side mirrors in Colorado (Jeep Wrangler)?

I bought my 2008 Wrangler in November and now the weather is nice enough to take the top off. I would like to take the doors off this summer but I'm not sure if I will need to buy mirror relocation brackets or not.

Then point me in the direction of a good Jeep club =)

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4 Responses to Is it legal to drive without side mirrors in Colorado (Jeep Wrangler)?

  1. sarge927 May 20, 2009 at 5:37 pm #

    Not 100% sure on this, but I believe from my time in Colorado that you must have at least a driver's side mirror for driving a vehicle on any state, county, or municipal roads (basically any paved road in the state). My motto is "better safe than sorry," so I'd get the relocation brackets.

  2. indianaflywheels May 20, 2009 at 5:37 pm #

    You must have one working rear view mirror that the driver can clearly see what is behind him without obstruction. Most cars have 3, but legally you only need one UNLESS your drivers license specifically states which mirror must be in place due to restricted vision.

    For instance, my mom MUST have a drivers side door mirror because her right eye did not pass screening.

  3. jumbobret May 20, 2009 at 5:37 pm #

    Legally you have to have at least ONE rear view mirror. AS long as the one hanging off windshield is there, your legal.

  4. TERRY H May 20, 2009 at 5:37 pm #

    I believe all states require a rear view mirror and a drivers side view mirror.Would you really want to drive without a side view mirror?I would get the brackets.