Military Vehicles that are Legal on the Streets

Soldiers and army men enjoy some of the most badass vehicles mankind has ever created, but that doesn’t mean that regular civilians cannot drive them on the roads. Off course, not all of them are available on sale, but some of them are legally allowed to be driven by civilians on the road.

Here some of the most insane military vehicles allowed on the road:


If you have watched any of the Mad Max movies then you know you have come to the right place. It is a buggy sand dune racer desert patrol vehicle. It looks pretty much like a regular dune buggy.

Oshkosh L-ATV

It looks like an oversized badass Humvee that took a lot of inspiration from the last generation of the MRAP (mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicle). The civilian version of OshKosh is going to cost you about $250,000.

Alvis CVRT Stormer

Alvis CVRT Stormer was inspired from the Alvis-Vickers 1967 that was used to kill and destroy tanks, yes tanks, and were known as light battle tanks. It is equipped with 7.62 mm machine guns on the top that can be operated by 2 men sitting on the top of this tank. It can seat 12 people on the inside comfortably.

OT-64 Skot APC

These were mostly used in the Second World War to great effect, but now they are rotting in the dungeons of Russia. You can easily get one of them, in working condition, for a price tag of about $20-25,000


The original Humvee code named H1 are available in great numbers and the government is giving them away for as low as $8000 to as high as $40,000 depending on the condition, make and model of the Humvee in question. When you compare it to the H2, you will realize just how much the commercial version had missing.