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Unread 12-13-2013, 11:07 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by XJmaine97 View Post
No sweat, anony, don't go digging just for me. In a lot of places in Maine I think you could have decent luck arguing out of a headlight ticket if you could prove you were following the spirit of the law. If not, I'll take my ticket and consider it a cost of decent lighting.

The fact that Maine's headlight law even mentions 4 candlepower tells me the law hasn't been revisited in quite some time.
Also their tinting laws havnt been updated since 86'
Maine cops rarely give anyone a hassle over tints, lifts, wheels over the fenders, and headlights (unless you're being a real dbag with it)

2001 Jeep Cherokee XJ Limited -3.5" Rubicon Express Super-Ride kit, H4 headlights
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