Adequate is in the eye of the beholder. Due to the dimensions of the spray created by a semi, your Jeep isnt going to produce a 100th of that. You may get the ticket, but you will win in court!
Originally Posted by ChicagoGuy
The objectivity of LEO can be frustrating, for sure. Some will pull you over while others will leave you alone. I thought I'd chime in and say that I have never been pulled over. I live in a small-ish city. There are a few others in town with lifted Jeeps that carry removable flaps with them in case of being pulled over and tell the LEO they forgot to put them on after wheeling. I run my removable flaps all the time. Maybe LEO just seeing that I run them keeps them off my back. I run them on the back only with minimal flairs and my wheels stick out at least 6". The small flairs are clearly not legal but running the flaps may make it look like I am at least trying. Here's to not being pulled over if we're not being malicious.
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