AN ACT PROHIBITING CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS TO PASSENGER VEHICLES OPERATING ON HIGHWAYS OR PUBLIC VEHICULAR AREAS.
Further amends GS 20-135.4 (Certain automobile safety standards) to now prohibit operating a private passenger automobile on any highway or public vehicular area if, by alteration of the suspension, frame, or chassis, the height of the front fender is four or more inches greater than the height of the rear fender (was, prohibited modifying or altering a private passenger automobile by (1) elevating the automobile more than three inches from the manufacturer's specified height in the front and (2) lowering the automobile more than two inches from the manufacturer's specified height in the rear). Specifies how to measure fender height. Removes the provision specifying that violations are an infraction punishable in accordance with GS 20-176.
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