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Q: Question about inspection

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Would I get rejected during inspection for having taken out my 2 fog lights?

My car has 153000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: This depends on what kind of inspection you...

This depends on what kind of inspection you are referring to and in what state this is being done. As you know, various states have different rules and requirements in term of the lighting required. Assuming you are referring to a state department of transportation inspection, I would refer to the state authority on this to determine if your truck meets the requirements without fog lights.

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