I happened to stumble onto this list. It might help. The Quovis is a low speed vehicle designed for wheel chair drivers that may open the door for at least LS plates being issued. At least they took the time to contact states to find out what is legal. Some states are "in flux" like Oregon. It is just another avenue to investigate options.
The Wisconsin section is wrong. LSV's are allowed on roads at 35 or less.
3" lift, Supercharged 100hp, Water/Meth injection, Dynojet Power Commander w/autotune, SuperTrapp mufflers, 31/10.50/15 Cooper STT tires, K&N, PRP seats, BOR Walker Evans shocks, Flaming River rack & pinion, heater and a crap load of other improvements.
Missouri LSV is restricted to 35mph by state but have noticed that it depends on what county and license office you go to. Some members on here in MO have LSV tags but have seen several with regular car tags.
If your state recognizes a mini truck go that way. Indiana does with a little work i had my certificate of origin changed from lsv to mini truck Now i can drive anywhere except interstate. Up to 60 mph. Would not drive my machine that fast anyway at 5000 rpms. Lol