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Vehicle Equipment Laws for each state.

Alabama
http://www.legislature.state.al.us/C...975/135242.htm
http://www.legislature.state.al.us/C...975/136471.htm

Alaska
DOC Frame Page

Arizona
Arizona Revised Statutes

Arkansas
Title 27. Transportation.

California
2006 Vehicle Code General Provisions and Divisions 1 - 18 Table of Contents
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Colorado
LexisNexis(TM) CD

Connecticut
CHAPTER 246* MOTOR VEHICLES

Delaware
Subchapter I. Equipment Requirements
Subchapter II. Lights

District of Columbia
District of Columbia Official Code

Florida
Statutes & Constitution :View Statutes :->2005->Chapter 316 : flsenate.gov

Georgia
LexisNexis® Customized Solution for Georgia Code See title 40

Hawaii
Hawaii Revised Statutes Horrible website, don't bother.

Idaho
Idaho Statutes TITLE 49 MOTOR VEHICLES

Illinois
625*ILCS*5/*Illinois Vehicle Code.

Indiana
Indiana Code TITLE 9, Article 19 Table of Contents

Iowa
Iowa General Assembly - Search Weird site, Chapter 321 is the vehicle laws.

Kansas
Statutes Go to Chapter 8

Kentucky
Kentucky Revised Statutes

Louisiana
http://www.legis.state.la.us/lss/lss.asp?doc=88462 Another stupid site, you have to click Next and veiw every law.
http://www.legis.state.la.us/lss/lss.asp?doc=88235 Lowrider law
Louisiana State Legislature easier to go here, then click Search, then on the next page, there is a law search, type in what you what to know.

Maine
Title 29-A - Chapter 17, EQUIPMENT (HEADING: PL 1993, c. 683, Pt. A, §2 (new); Pt. B, §5 (aff))

Maryland
Annotated Code of Maryland - Transportation Article See Title 22

Massachusetts
M.G.L. - Chapter 90 - Table of Contents

Michigan
Michigan Legislature
http://www.michigan.gov/documents/af...ing_8570_7.pdf
http://www.michigan.gov/documents/hi...law_8580_7.pdf

Minnesota
Office of the Revisor of Statutes - Statutes



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Title 63: MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC REGULATIONS - Main Index

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Table of Contents, TITLE 61, CHAPTER 9, MCA

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Nevada
Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 484

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New Hampshire Statutes - Table of Contents

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Table of Contents View Frame Page somewhere in Title 39


New Mexico
Conway Greene Co. - New Mexico Statutes and Rules

New York
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Chapter 20 - Article 3 Scroll down to § 20‑122.1.and beyond

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WOW..that's great. Now if a mod would just make it a sticky...I get tired of looking this stuff up for the lazies...

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i'll stick it for now so it does not get lost.....i just hope people read it before they ask it


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hmmm... ive seen both those documents on michigan before... and yet to see rules on how low it can be
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hmmm... ive seen both those documents on michigan before... and yet to see rules on how low it can be


(2) A person shall not operate a motor vehicle of a type defined in subsection (8) that exceeds either of the following limits:


Vehicle Type Frame Height Bumper Height
Passenger vehicle 12 inches 22 inches
Other motor vehicle:
Less than 4,501 pounds GVWR 24 inches 26 inches
4,501 to 7,500 pounds GVWR 24 inches 28 inches
7,501 to 10,000 pounds GVWR 26 inches 30 inches

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"5) A person shall not modify a vehicle to be in violation of this section, alter or add to an original frame resulting in an increase in height of the vehicle, or cause the vehicle body or chassis to come in contact with the ground, expose the fuel tank to damage from collision, or cause the wheels to come in contact with the body. No part of the suspension on a vehicle shall extend below the lowest portion of a wheel rim on the vehicle. A part of the original suspension system shall not be disconnected or modified to defeat the safe operation of the suspension system."



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From the California law page:

Missing front and/or rear bumpers (28071 VC).

So, are roll pans illegal?
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Yeah, means Roll pans are illegal, but some roll pans are reinforced and count as bumpers, not sure how fussy they are there, but some places reinforced roll pans count as bumpers.
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Missing front and/or rear bumpers (28071 VC).

So, are roll pans illegal?
From what I witnessed, it seems if you got a rollpan, then nothing is missing.



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Why does it ask me to login when I click on the Georgia link? I have no way of seeing anything on there.. haha.


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Why does it ask me to login when I click on the Georgia link? I have no way of seeing anything on there.. haha.
i get the same thing i cant see georgia
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I cant seem to fine the part on shaved door handles in LA......
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oh shit. sorry guys... all that from within the michigan documents?
i missed a bunch. dammit im still illegal lol
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in michigan clear tails are legal as long as you keep the the third brake light on the cab. i hate how they word everything i get confused.
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in michigan clear tails are legal as long as you keep the the third brake light on the cab. i hate how they word everything i get confused.

After looking thru Michigan statutes you may be in trouble. If your vehicle is required to have sidemarkers or reflectors, the must be of the proper color..ie: red for the back.

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in michigan clear tails are legal as long as you keep the the third brake light on the cab. i hate how they word everything i get confused.
NO.

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Got anymore links for GA laws since I don't think anyone can get access to the page and see the info..?


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Breaks... yea My state requires Working brakes.. Pfft, I actually blew a line over winter and just down shifted.. Used E- break when i really had to stop.. The brakes are working great now. I am a Bad @$$ Motha Fu**a Now! Pffft J/k

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haha i like how they single out my county on this one

b) (1) A person may not drive a motor vehicle in violation of any provision of this title on any private property that is used by the public in general, or, in Calvert County, on any private road located within a residential subdivision or community.


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I cant find anything specific for adjustable suspension in Az....I know Ive read somewhere before that you can adjust your ride height while moving but not faster than 15mph...anyone heard or know anything about this?

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As far as I know, in Az you can get a ticket if you hit switches anywhere on a city street. Even if your stopped.
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can you guys help my canadian ass out?
i've seen some trucks dragging around here in toronto and some really low dimes. i'd just like to know of any laws against being low.
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I just went to the Arkansas laws, theres not a lot there.
I guess they will make up the laws as they go. lol



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A couple of people i know here in New Hampshire actualy got "red flagged" and the DMV suspended all registration of there vehicles indefinately!
Even if they sold it to a person in a different state you could never register it!
They said because of the fact the frame was modified it automaticaly makes the vehicle unsafe and illegal for any road use.
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the ohio link is not workin for me.
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These are for anyone in SC if you dont wanna read all that shit like i did

SECTION 56-5-4440. Television viewers or screens.
No person shall drive a motor vehicle equipped with any television viewer, screen or other means of visually receiving a television broadcast which is located in the motor vehicle at any point forward of the back of the driver's seat, or which is visible, directly or indirectly, to the driver while operating the motor vehicle.
Anyone violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars or be imprisoned for not more than thirty days.

SECTION 56-5-4445.
Unlawful to elevate or lower motor vehicle; exception for "pickup trucks".
It shall be unlawful for any person to drive a passenger motor vehicle on the highways of this State which has been elevated or lowered either in front or back more than six inches by a modification, alteration or change in the physical structure of the vehicle. Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than fifty dollars. Provided, however, this shall not apply to motor vehicles commonly called "pickup trucks".

SECTION 56-5-4500. Height of head lamps from ground.
Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle and motor-driven cycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than fifty-four inches nor less than twenty-four inches to be measured as set forth in Section 56-5-4480. However, this section shall apply only to new vehicles sold in this State after June 30, 1949.


SECTION 56-5-4520. Height of tail lamps.
Every tail lamp upon every vehicle shall be located at a height of not more than sixty inches nor less than twenty inches to be measured as set forth in Section 56-5-4480.

SECTION 56-5-4530. Illumination of rear registration plate.
Either a tail lamp or a separate lamp shall be so constructed and placed as to illuminate with a white light the rear registration plate and render it clearly legible from a distance of fifty feet to the rear. Any tail lamp or tail lamps, together with any separate lamp for illuminating the rear registration plate, shall be so wired as to be lighted whenever the head lamps or auxiliary driving lamps are lighted.


SECTION 56-5-4920. Bumpers; warranty as to energy absorption system and ability to sustain shock; automobiles manufactured on and after August 1, 1972.
Every private passenger automobile manufactured on and after August 1, 1972, sold and licensed in the State of South Carolina, shall be sold subject to the manufacturer's warranty that it is equipped with an appropriate energy absorption system and that, without compromising existing standards of passenger safety, it can be driven front directly into a standard Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE-J-850) test barrier at a speed of five miles per hour, rear directly into a standard Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE J-850) test barrier at a speed of two and one-half miles per hour without sustaining any damage to the automobile.

SECTION 56-5-5020. Mufflers.
Every motor vehicle shall at all times be equipped with a muffler in good working order and in constant operation to prevent excessive or unusual noise and annoying smoke and no person shall use a muffler cutout, bypass or similar device upon a motor vehicle upon a highway. The engine and power mechanism of every motor vehicle shall be so equipped and adjusted as to prevent the escape of excessive fumes and smoke.
SECTION 56-5-5030. Devices to emit smoke screen, noisome gases or odors prohibited.
It shall be unlawful for any person to attach to any motor vehicle any device to emit from the exhaust pipe or any other part of such vehicle any smoke screen, noisome gases or odors. It shall be unlawful for any person to drive upon any highway or to have in his possession any motor vehicle to which is attached or unattached or in which is transported any device or substantial part of a device, attached or unattached, used in whole or in part for any smoke screen or any noisome gases or odors. It shall be unlawful for any person to use or operate in this State any device attached to any motor vehicle so as to emit from such device any smoke screen, noisome gases or odors. Any person violating any of the foregoing provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be imprisoned for not less than six months nor more than two years or fined not less than two hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, in the discretion of the court, and his driver's license shall be forthwith revoked for a period of two years.

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Why do you say that LexisNexus sucks for TN? I've found stuff in there pretty easily.

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the ohio one does not work help
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i didnt see anything about ride height(sp) on the alabama page and i read through most of them. maybe they dont have any laws against it?

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Texas doesn't say SHIT about adjustable suspensions!

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are roll pans legal in florida cause i reinforced mine with a partial old rail road rail on my blaze
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dont think so, my buddy lives down there and he got pulled over and hassled by a cop saying he didnt have any reinforcement on the back of his truck... for sure


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are roll pans legal in florida cause i reinforced mine with a partial old rail road rail on my blaze
if you can get a judge to lay on the ground and see that you have reinforcement and not exposed frame rails, most likely it will be thrown out even though you did modify the vehicle,you kept safety in mind


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this is a better sight for NY.... http://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/me...MMONQUERY=LAWS
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post #41 of 93 Old 02-28-2009, 05:51 PM
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so really nothing bad about LA except certain heights to drive... a trooper tried saying that any vehicle lowered or raised was illegal so idk.
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gotta love mass
it says up or down but only mentions lift kits
it even includes bigger tires

Chapter 90: Section 7P. Height of motor vehicles; alteration restricted

Section 7P. No person shall alter, modify or change the height of a motor vehicle with an original manufacturer’s gross vehicle weight rating of up to and including ten thousand pounds, by elevating or lowering the chassis or body by more than two inches above or below the original manufacturer’s specified height by use of so-called “shackle lift kits” for leaf springs or by use of lift kits for coil springs, tires, or any other means or device.

The registrar shall establish rules and regulations for such changes in the height of motor vehicles beyond said two inches. No motor vehicle that has been so altered, modified or changed beyond the provisions of this section or the rules and regulations established by the registrar shall be operated on any way.

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post #43 of 93 Old 03-13-2009, 12:14 AM
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WOOO DOOGGGYY!!!
28-906. Mechanical raising and lowering devices
A person shall not raise or lower the height of a motor vehicle by mechanical means while the motor vehicle is moving on a highway at a speed in excess of fifteen miles per hour.


thats in arizona

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sweet so you can play at stop lights

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i looked in the maryland laws and either i missed it or didnt understand just want to know i my truck will pass inspection with the 5/6 on it
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sweet so you can play at stop lights
hell yeah! and i can play in traffic jams on interestate lol

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has anybody had any success with finding ny laws, i didnt see anything relating to automotive laws

*edit: nevermind, i got it



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I Looked thru the florida and i couldnt find out how low my truck is aloud to be?
And if any neon lights under truck is not aloud....like what colors arent aloud under it...

Sorry if i missed it but anyone see them and help me out please and thanks..

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it wont let me view oh ,dang
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Does anyone know the tinting laws for Michigan? I don't quite understand this..

"A rear window or side window to the rear of the driver composed of, covered by, or treated with a material that creates a total solar reflectance of 35% or more in the visible light range, including a silver or gold reflective film."

Does that mean 35% is the darkest you can go? I was always told you can go as dark as you please on the back windows. And I am curious about this as well..

"A special window treatment or application determined necessary by a physician or optometrist, for the protection of a person who is light sensitive or photosensitive, if the owner or operator of a motor vehicle has in possession a letter signed by a physician or optometrist, indicating that the special window treatment or application is a medical necessity. However, the special window treatment or application shall not interfere with or obstruct the driver's clear vision of the highway or an intersecting highway."

I have thought about doing this for some time, but I am wondering.. what is the darkest you can go with a "prescription"? Is it like a standard 20% or does it all depend on what your told?
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