Maybe I can help clear this up. The individual states can not enforce the registration laws of other states, or those things that are associated with the registration. That keeps VA cops from pulling NC drivers for not having a front tag...That is part of the registration laws. Same thing goes for why I can't charge no insurance on a Tennessee driver who is not required to have insurance to be registered. However, if that out of state tag is expired it becomes a bit more complicated, and open to other avenues.
You are required to abide by the laws of the state you are traveling in. Remember, ignorance is not a defense. The only stuff that will get enforced for the most part is the "well duh" statutes. What I mean, is making sure your lights work, your tires are round (or at least egg shaped), and stuff isn't falling off as you go down the road.
10-4 thanksno. Wake Forest University had to make its roads public roads in order to charge it's students with DUIs when on campus. Until then there was nothing they could do.
However, the activity is not recommended for your safety and your neighbors.
Actually, I think that was 1967, not 1964. I'm pretty sure of it, and the link to the new seat belt law also says 1967 was the year seat belts were mandatory equipment.1964 is the cutoff year for seatbelts. After that you have to use what the car was equipped with. In '64 they became standard equipment across the board.
GS_20-135.4 specifically exempts vehicles modified for off road use.
Definitions. – For the purposes of this section, the term "private passenger automobile" shall mean a four‑wheeled motor vehicle designed principally for carrying passengers, for use on public roads and highways, except a multipurpose passenger vehicle which is constructed either on a truck chassis or with special features for occasional off‑road operation.
So I am still clear to go for the BDS 6.5" lift kit so I can fit 35". 37" if I trim a little.
The insurance company still thinks that my Jeep has a 258, stock height/tires, and is "for weekend pleasure driving."When you lift a vehicle, are you required by law to notify the insurance company?
When you lift a vehicle, are you required by law to notify the insurance company?