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20 Car Mods That Are Outlawed In The USA

Vukasin HerbezNovember 30, 2018

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3. Colored LED Bulbs

Even if you don’t change the headlights but only swap the bulbs, you could still be in trouble. Some states forbid the use of colored LED bulbs in headlights.

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And that is because they are distracting to other drivers and cause serious crashes.

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2. Using Slicks on the Street

If you are a serious racer you know that the tires are a crucial part of a car’s dynamics. In fact, performance tires are a must for any powerful car. However, some racers use slick tires with racing rubber they design to perform best on the track.

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To show off, some drivers mount slick, racing tires on their streetcars and drive around. Unfortunately, doing that is highly illegal since slick tires are useless in the rain and in normal traffic. So, don’t use them, or you will get a big fine.

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1. Using Police Lights

Some people think they are clever to add blue and red lights on their cars to imitate the police car and pass through the traffic with ease. But when they get caught, they not only get an enormous fine but also criminal charges and possible jail time. So, never install a set of blue and red lights behind the grille of your Crown Victoria, since you could end up in major trouble.

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These are the top 20 car mods that are illegal almost everywhere in the USA. Have you ever had one of these mods on your car? Hopefully, you didn’t end up behind bars for using it.

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