9. Bro Trucks
Pickup trucks are the automotive symbol of America and they had been around forever. This means that pickups are the basis for all kinds of modifications. A popular mod is those lift kits that add extra ground clearance for better off-road driving. Also, those lifted trucks look cool and tough, and millions of truck enthusiasts agree. But some drivers take it too far. Commonly known as “Bro Trucks,” those extremely lifted pickups have been popular in recent years, but also illegal in some states. The problem is not with the concept of more ground clearance, though.
In fact, there are numerous two to three-inch lift kits that will perfectly suit your truck and make it more capable. The problem is when you lift your vehicle two to three feet more than stock. This way you get a truck that is hard to get in and out of that handles poorly and is prone to rollovers. Also, if you are having an extremely high vehicle, it’s hard to see and maneuver in tight spaces, such as parking lots or crowded streets. All this makes extremely lifted Bro Trucks illegal in some states. In fact, most states have imposed the maximum limit for bumper, hood or light height for each specific vehicle class.