I have ran with no doors and half doors and was never even looked at. By CHP or city police and they're looking to collect money now a days. Enjoy the ride, plus you'll like the open view when off roading
I had a CHP follow me from valley springs for countless miles while I freaked out (no doors, cracked windshield, lisc plate is blocked by rear tire carrier, no fenders, and the jeep was swerving all over the road in front of him- so sketchy to drive without the sway bars and whatever my current front end issue is) and he didnt bother to pull me over....
only downside is I have a really bad sunburn on my left leg above the knee due to not putting sunscreen on sunday and driving home in shorts.
I've been pulled over a couple times and they've never thought twice about the doors. just make sure you've got good rock sliders. I smashed my last ones in and the doors never went back on. this time around I'm leaving the doors on and loving it. it's awesome but annoying getting wind whipped on the freeway and not being able to hear your passenger talk without yelling
26709. (a) Every motor vehicle registered in a foreign jurisdiction and every motorcycle subject to registration in this state shall be equipped with a mirror so located as to reflect to the driver a view of the highway for a distance of at least 200 feet to the rear of such vehicle.
Every motor vehicle subject to registration in this state, except a motorcycle, shall be equipped with not less than two such mirrors, including one affixed to the left-hand side.
(b) The following described types of motor vehicles, of a type subject to registration, shall be equipped with mirrors on both the left-and right-hand sides of the vehicle so located as to reflect to the driver a view of the highway through each mirror for a distance of at least 200 feet to the rear of such vehicle:
(1) A motor vehicle so constructed or loaded as to obstruct the driver's view to the rear.
(2) A motor vehicle towing a vehicle and the towed vehicle or load thereon obstructs the driver's view to the rear.
(3) A bus or trolley coach.
(c) The provisions of subdivision (b) shall not apply to a passenger vehicle when the load obstructing the driver's view consists of passengers.