The classification of the Polaris Slingshot® is state-dependent*. The most common classifications are motorcycle, which requires a motorcycle endorsement or license, and autocycle which only requires a state drivers license**.
See your state laws for full details.
Hawaii = Standard license requirements
Alaska = Motorcycle endorsement required
Mississippi = Standard license requirements (effective July 1st, 2018)
Florida = Standard license requirements (effective July 1st, 2018)
Q: Where can I find a Dealer? A: Use our dealer locator to find a dealer near you.
Q: Can I take the Slingshot for a test drive? A: Request a test ride from a dealer near you.
Q: Where can I buy the all-new SLINGSHOT 2018 from Polaris? A: Selected dealers from Polaris and Indian Motorcycle throughout North America sell the SLINGSHOT. Find a dealer near you.
*This information is being provided only as a general reference. It is not and should not be considered legal advice. Laws and regulations are subject to change. Always consult local authorities to determine state law vehicle classification and licensing requirements.
**Polaris recommends always wearing a DOT approved full face helmet.
Slingshot® is a three-wheeled motorcycle. It is not an automobile. It does not have airbags and it does not meet automotive safety standards. Three wheel vehicles may handle differently than other vehicles, especially in wet conditions. Always wear a DOT-approved full-face helmet and fasten seatbelts. The Driver may need a valid motorcycle endorsement. Don’t drink and drive.