The Slingshot can be insured by most major providers.
A helmet requirement is on a state-by-state basis. Check local laws to see if your state requires a helmet! Polaris® always recommends you wear a DOT approved helmet.
The classification of the Polaris Slingshot® is region-dependent*. The most common classifications are motorcycle, which requires a motorcycle endorsement or license, and autocycle which only requires a drivers’ license**. Visit our license requirements.
The Slingshot is federally classified as a three wheeled motorcycle. Most states classify it as an Autocycle, which means that only a valid driver's license is needed to drive the vehicle.
The Slingshot provides the exhiliration of open-air motoring and proximity to the road like nothing else - and all without needing to know how to operate a motorcycle. The federal classification as a three wheeled motorcycle means it is not required to meet auto safety standards. Like any motor vehicle, drivers should proceed with caution following all local traffic laws.
You can rent a Slingshot at several locations through Polaris Adventures. These locations are specifically located for convenient access to some of the best riding you can find.
A new Slingshot starts as low as $33,999. There are lot's of available options so you can start with a blank canvas that's ready to run or get it decked out with everything you need for the long haul.
There are many financing options available for the Slingshot, similar to those available to motorcycle and other recreational vehicle owners. Check our Slingshot special offers page for the latest information on rebates, offers and financing.