Unless you know how to sweet talk the cops to avoid a ticket, riding your UForce on a paved road will probably end in trouble. Even if you find a suitable location to go offroading nearby, you can't ride on the street to get there. If you want to do right by the law, you would have to tow your UForce on a trailer.
Rather than spending all that money on a trailer, and a lot of time loading your UForce, why not make your UForce street legal? You can spend as much time as you want on the streets and no one can say anything about it.
First, you need to get your UForce registered and get a license plate. You can't just walk into the DMV and get your UForce registered. Before you do that you need to get some modifications.
Different states require different attachments to be present on your UForce before it is allowed on a public road. The easiest way to meet all their demands is by getting a UForce street legal kit. It is the fastest way to ensure you get everything required by the law in your state. Whether you agree or not, these street legal requirements are there for your safety. So, even if your state doesn't require it, it is safer for you to have it.
If you don't need the entire package, you can buy the required items individually at Everything CFMoto Offroad. Whether you are looking for blinkers, side mirrors, rearview mirrors, horns, lights, UForce street legal tires, UForce street legal parking brakes, or anything else you need to turn your UForce into a street legal machine, you don't need to search anywhere else.