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Illegal Car Modifications

While some drivers have gas mileage or space in mind when it comes to purchasing a vehicle, other drivers see much past that. Some car enthusiasts look at vehicles as an opportunity to perform modifications to create something ideal. Any car can be modified with additions to meet their personal preferences. However, there is a point when the changes go too far. Below is a list of common vehicle modifications that may cause your car to become illegal to drive in most states. They are worth doing additional research on before installing:  1. Aftermarket undercarriage lights. Many cities and states do not want drivers to confuse citizens with police officers, so blue and red lights are banned. However, before you install the green neon lights, check with your state’s jurisdiction. Show lights are okay but maybe deemed illegal for the streets depending on where you’re located. 2. Yes, range and light detection radars are legal in most states. Virginia and Washington D.C ... read more

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