The short answer is that it is going to depend on your state. You can find some information here at the first link below — which will link you to a page of links.
A home-built car would have to use the necessary Department of Transportation approved windshield, headlights, signals, brakes and brake-lights, etc. In addition one would have to secure insurance and registration for said vehicle. Some “Internet Wisdom” out there suggests registering your car as a “special creation” vehicle. My guess is that you’ll have to do quite a bit of research in your area to find out what the exact needs/requirements are.
It’s probably going to be worthwhile to research kitcars as well, since kitcars can fall into some of the same categories/suffer some of the same challenges.
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