I don't think that these states are prepared for UTV's. The state of Florida does not issue titles for UTV's either. An ATV is required to be titled and have a state sticker so they can run the registration. In Florida, you have to have this sticker to ride your ATV on state lands. UTv's are not permitted on state lands, because they are more than 50" wide. The state defines an ATV or OHV as an off road vehicle having 2, 3 or 4 wheels that is 50" or less in width, and that you have to straddle the seat to operate. So this counts out the RZR also, since you sit in a seat. Most of these laws were established prior to the release of the Yamaha Rhino, and the states just have not updated the laws to include UTV's. Prior to the Rhino, this type of vehicle was used for farm or contruction use. Government is very slow at writing law, and it may take a while for the UTV's to be included.