"They get awful gas mileage... there's not much storage..."

Ya, we know. You don't buy a Jeep Wrangler for the MPG or the excess seating. You buy a Wrangler for the fun of it.

There are not many car models that allow (let alone promote) taking the doors off of your vehicle. You can also take the windshield off of a Jeep Wrangler, but that is beside the point.

Taking the doors off of a Jeep is the ultimate sign of freedom and summer.

But there are certain laws around taking the doors off your Jeep Wrangler that are different in every New England state. There is even one state where taking your doors off is completely illegal.

In all states other than Pennsylvania, taking your doors off of your Jeep Wrangler is 100% street-legal, with certain exceptions.

Yes, in Pennsylvania, you are not allowed to take them off. But we live in New England.

So here is the scoop. It is all about mirrors. On a Jeep Wrangler, your mirrors are attached to your doors. So if you take off your doors, you are also removing your two side mirrors (which could be dangerous).

In Massachusetts and Maine, you only need one mirror on your vehicle to drive doorless. So that is pretty easy; there are not many regulations, especially if your rearview mirror counts.

New Hampshire, the "Live Free or Die" state, has MORE restrictions. Not by much, but more nonetheless.

In the Granite State, doorless Jeep Wrangler drivers must have a minimum of two mirrors. So since the mirrors are on the doors, Jeep owners in New Hampshire have to purchase secondary mirrors and mount them to the side of the jeep.

Whether you have one, two, or three mirrors, Jeep season in New England is right around the corner. And for that, Mother Nature, we are thankful.

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