7 Illegal Car Mods That Take It Too Far

Flashing Neon Body Lights and Colorful Underglow

Seeing road hazards is made easier with a practical under-light system. However, our automobile stands out from the crowd with a striking neon-under-light glow that flashes bright 

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Removing Catalytic Converter

Removing your catalytic converter is prohibited in 50 states, whether you're doing it to increase horsepower or to prevent having to replace that annoying emissions control unit that left you stranded.

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Lifted Suspension

States all have regulations governing vehicle clearance, even if each state has a different height limit for cars. The entire height of the vehicle is restricted by certain of these restrictions.

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Lowered Suspension

State regulations forbid not merely lifting your car off the ground but also lowering it, particularly when it deviates from the acceptable limit. 

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Engine Swaps

The amazing mechanical skill of completely replacing an automobile's engine to improve longevity and performance or raise the vehicle's value is known as "engine swapping."

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Blinding Headlights

Post-purchase While LED lights are useful for nighttime driving in low light, anything more than 1200 lumens is considered high beam.

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Removing Mufflers and Sound Control Units

Although it's a great Sunday afternoon to smear smoke on the neighborhood kids and strengthen our pipe tone, removing the muffler is against state rules that regulate pollution and noise output.

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