Sports cars automakers have ascended the auto industry’s ladder to become some of the most popular and consumer friendly in the whole world.

If you pay attention to the U.S. roads – it won’t be long until you notice a pattern - compact sedans, big clumsy pick-up trucks and SUVs driving one after another and literally flooding the streets. It seems to us that people increasingly opt for a daily commuter, a non-pretentious vehicle to take them from A to B without attracting any attention. But then, there’s us - the passionate petrolheads who desire to own a car that speaks out their personality; a car with a character. And then we roll our sleeves and get down to business, customizing it and adding that special twist that will grasp the attention of the passersby, while we’re cruising down the road. But be cautious as the Law prohibits most mods. Here is our top 7 most common mods that can get you in trouble !

Undercarriage lighting

It's a no no no!

Specific laws forbid placing extra lights and lightening on your vehicle, because of the scammers who purposefully alter their car to make it look like a police vehicle. Red, flashing or rotating blue lightening as well as spotlights have been strictly banned and even in the places where the laws are relatively ambiguous, the police officers would make sure to find an excerpt form the law that would prove their point and enable them to charge a fine.  The ‘Fast and Furious’ and the ‘Need For Speed’ franchises inspired that trends years ago, and we do understand that by adding a well done undercarriage you could add that touch of coolness to your vehicle. It’s another question what the ticket you might get would do to your wallet.

Sources : wikipedia myautocars
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