If you do some searches, you will find PA has pretty strict rules and is often aggressive in enforcing them.
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Uh oh!Shadownwpa said:The exhaust pipe has to exit outside the body - not underneath, side or rear is ok. Philly is an emissions area, not sure about jersey or Delaware but I imagine any indication the engine isn't running right would be an issue for that.
I'll call bs on that one. There's no way that would pass.Just came back from the inspection station that I've been taking my Jeep to and other vehicles for years. He tells me he can't inspect it now because PA passed a new law 4-1-15. Any lifted vehicle has to have the title reconstructed and go through an enhanced inspection. He showed it to me on pendots site but he's on the phone with them now to get clarification. Has anyone else ran into this yet?
I hope your right but it's not looking good. I've been calling around to different garages today. I've ran into a couple that haven't heard of it and few that have. http://www.dmv.state.pa.us/pdotforms/inspections/Safety_Bulletin_BI15-1.pdfI'll call bs on that one. There's no way that would pass.
"A vehicle of a type required to be registered under this title materially alteredYou bettet read that a little better,it has nothing to do with a lift.