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  • Writer's pictureLucky Knott

No More Squatting Your Vehicle



As of Monday, July 1 Tennessee's new law prohibits anyone from driving a vehicle on a road if it has "Carolina Squat" modifications. The law makes it a Class-B misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of $250 for the first offense. Punishments increase in severity for continued violations. So, you know, the rear end of the vehicle can't be 4 inches lower than the front of the vehicle.

The law applies to vehicles that are both permanently in a "Carolina Squat" position and ones that get into the position with hydraulic systems.

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