I will be listing here some other links and list from other sites that may help you on your search.
Please note that I can not really vouch for any information but especially info complied by other people.
Be careful when taking peoples word on things and reading sites that "translate" laws. they can be out of date, misleading or completely wrong. They can also be great, there is just no guarantee without checking the laws from the "horses mouth" sort to speak, this is why the main link list above is always source number one!
Other state by state lists:
Cornell Law School, State Statutes on the Internet, Motor Vehicles
The Quadratec Bulletin Board, Topic: FIND YOUR STATE LAWS
Compiled and Translated info sources:
SEMA PDF "State Laws For Altered-Height Vehicles"
unknown creation date, not sure on if this gets updated
Other good info:
SEMA Laws and Regulation site
Lemon Law Statutes by State
Legend for Post #2 Please tell me if you think this feature should stay, I am considering removing it.
This is a small attempt to cover items that are looked up the most. It simply states if that particular state has a law covering that or not. It will just prompt you to do the research yourself and does not promise to be accurate, I will do my best.
A letter or symbol to each feature that we choose to cover and give it a color depending on if we find a law referring to it or not.
for something found in the law about it
for no reference found in the law,
No listing of a letter under a state does not mean there is no law, it just means we have not looked or can not confirm, it will be listed green if we are mostly sure the law is not there.
You will need to do your our reading, it would be oversimplifying to list what the referring law is.If this works, it is just a leg up, if it becomes to confusing it will take the feature away.
I am going to start the code with three topics, if you think I should do others, feel free to mention.
(F) Fenders/Wheel coverage ?
means no law found concerning tire coverage or splash guards, a F
means some law found, do more reading
No law found, a M
means law found, do more reading (many states have laws found, but they let you have none in certain circumstances
means no door law or ok to have no doors (remember mirrors are a separate issue), a D
means some sort of door law, do more reading
If you would like to help and do your state or more, please get the info and PM me, and include the law number or whatever so I can find it. I want to make sure this info is done in the most uniform way.