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South Carolina Bans Squatted Trucks

South Carolina has banned ‘squatted’ vehicles, which is defined as a vehicle with either the front or rear fender raised four or more inches than the other. Squatting is most common among pickup trucks, SUVs and some classic cars and it poses a road safety threat by compromising visibility.

The penalty for squatting is a $100 fine and it takes effect on May 10. If you are caught a second time, the fine is $200, and you could lose your license for a year if you are caught squatting a third time plus a $300 fine. Law enforcement officials were instructed to issue warnings beforehand so that the modifications could be reversed.

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