|03-05-2013 02:48 PM|
|Bullethead||woo passed emissions|
|02-26-2013 01:35 PM|
Got it, well it passed inspection in order to be sold to me so I guess thats a plus.
Now my focus is on passing emissions fingers X'd
|02-26-2013 01:14 PM|
|02-26-2013 12:21 PM|
|Bullethead||I have emissions due in 2 weeks, think they'll say anything? I figure that's not their jurisdiction but who knows.|
|01-13-2013 12:58 PM|
I second that you need your third brake light. In fact, you technically can't modify your suspension height, bumper and do most other awesome mods that you want to do. MD doesn't make it easy to figure out. As seen from the above quotes from the MD transportation article. However, the state's COMAR manual basically says you need to keep your vehicle stock. And who really does with most vehicles. Plus most cops don't go looking to pick on Jeeps unless you got tires sticking way past you fenders. Go get some bushwhackers flares then. If you do get stopped, it's probably going to be a warning or maybe an equipment repair order (ERO). Unless he's a jerk or you are.
The only issue I have seen with ride height and bumper issues is 4x4's getting rear ended and sent toward on coming traffic. The truck crawled up the hood of the opposing car, crushed the windshield in and killed the driver. Though its not the trucks fault for being rear ended, he does share some of the blame since his truck should of made bumper to bumper contact and he had modified his tires and suspension.
If you all have traffic related questions make sure you try to ask a traffic (motor) officer, not just a best cop. Thats who cops turn to for traffic related questions. Plus, some own Jeeps.
|01-13-2013 06:34 AM|
|12-28-2012 07:50 AM|
Well that is just a cop-out for the state lol they can fight any angle.
Thanks Drew-G I'll add it to my to do list for the summer I suppose
|12-27-2012 01:55 PM|
Just read up on this a tad more and found Maryland Law (as with most things once lawyers get a hold of 'em) pretty confusing. Seems there's one section that states: “every motor vehicle … shall be equipped with at least one stop lamp,” and (b) every vehicle sold after January 1, 1967 “shall be equipped with at least two stop lamps.”, but there's another section of code which reads: "all equipment originally installed in motor vehicles to be maintained in working order." I don't know which would hold up, but if it were me, I'd at least make something so there'd be a center brake light...I don't want to invite myself to get pulled over.
Washington DC Brake Light Regulation Lawyer :: Maryland Brake Light Regulations :: Montgomery County Brake LIghts Attorney
Can a police officer pull a vehicle over for having an inoperative center brake light in Maryland? :: Maryland Criminal Attorney Blog
|12-27-2012 10:51 AM|
|Bullethead||huh, thats interesting. well less work for me than, thanks Colin|
|12-26-2012 10:03 PM|
|Colin||My dad is a law enforcement officer in Maryland and says you don't. And I haven't had one since I put my 33 inch tire on as a spare 2 years ago.|
|12-16-2012 07:50 AM|
|blueskiesbill||Round LED's in open lug nut holes in spare.|
|12-14-2012 01:42 PM|
|MikeAJ87||Just use a flashlight, you''ll be fine!|
|12-14-2012 01:10 PM|
I figured, MD has every other stupid law in the books why would this be any different.
Ha, was about to ask my uncle if it was a law but he's already frowning upon the tint on my dd.
Going to have to start looking for a way to get a 3rd brake light on this bad boy than.
|12-12-2012 03:15 PM|
|DrewG||I am almost positive that the 3rd brake light is necessary in MD. Everything I've seen has said yes. Though, unless the cop reads the Maryland section of Wrangler Forum, you can still plead ignorance!|
|12-12-2012 10:32 AM|
Maryland Law - 3rd Brake Light
I have purchased a '98 with no 3rd Brake light. Is it needed in Maryland? I have seen a few jeeps without it.
I have not been pulled over yet. If I do I kind of like that I can plead ignorance. But thought I would ask if any of you all know if it is required by law.