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Old 03-01-2007, 08:19 AM
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For anyone having trouble with DE inspection

  • All lights must be clean, in working order and properly aimed. This includes stoplights, turn signals, license plate lights, parking lights and headlights
  • Brakes must stop the vehicle within required distance
  • Glass in windows must have no holes, breaks or cracks
  • Mirrors must be clean and unbroken
  • Windshield wipers must be fully operative (the rubber blades must be in good condition)
  • Hood and trunk latches must hold hood and trunk fully closed
  • Tires must have no bulges, no fabric showing, no bald areas and no cuts. Tread depth must be at least 2/32 inch measured in two adjacent treads
  • Doorknobs or equivalent must be present and in working condition
  • There must be no damaged or dislocated parts projecting from the vehicle that could present a safety hazard
  • Horn must be in operating condition
  • Muffler must effectively reduce sound of engine exhaust. No leaks in exhaust system. Catalytic converter must be installed if originally equipped from manufacturer
  • There must be no gasoline leaks
  • Bumper height on passenger cars must not exceed 22 inches from the ground to the bottom of the bumper
  • No tinting or sun screening device can be applied to the front windshield or to the front side windows
  • No air scoops shall be mounted on a vehicle hood that exceeds 3 inches
  • Windshield must have no cracks that interfere with vision. Any cracks over 5 inches on any window are mandatory failure items. Minimum height of visibility in windshield is 10 inches
http://www.dmv.de.gov/services/vehic...g_safety.shtml
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Old 03-01-2007, 08:28 AM
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Hey todd, I have been there and done that!!!!! See my post...Inspection...
MAN THEY GAVE ME A HARD TIME!!!!!
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Old 03-01-2007, 01:23 PM
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i called the guys at elevated and for trucks the bumper height is 30" to the bottom...i just measured mine at about 26" and i havent tried yet barry but i dont think i should have any trouble....george told me about ur gauge issue from your pics that pod isnt in your line of view...i have that same pod in the center of the dash in my car and they didnt say a word...
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OK,good luck when you go. 30 inches ???? looks like you have 4 more inches of lift to add...LOL
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Hey guys the lift law if 54 inches to the center of the headlight. If your truck GVW is more then 10,000 you have nothing holding you back. Lift as high as you want it. Got to love the loop holes.
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