The bike still had matching frame and engine numbers and the title was clean, so registering it was no problem. Here in Nova Scotia the government requires that vehicles get safety inspected every year, I was a bit concerned about this since Iím not sure how easy it is to get a chopper through safety inspection. I did as much as I could as far as what I was told by people, and for the most part if the bike didnít come with the item originally then it didnít need it for safety inspection, which meant I didnít have to add turn signals. I did have to add a second mirror, a front fender, a new wheel with a brake (which I got through the generousity of an RMH regular and Asshole (tm)), a horn and a hi/lo switch. Below is what the bike looked like during inspection, itís one ugly fender setup, but it did the job.