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  • Oklahoma Street Legal Laws

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    Last edited by LiftLaws; 02-16-2015, 05:16 PM.
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    Do tail lights and brake lights need to be in the same assembly?
    No, they do not need to be in the same assembly. The maximum number of lights-on is only referring to headlights and auxiliary headlights.
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    • #3
      Are doors required? I am having a lot of trouble finding whether or not they are. I would like to remove them from a '89 Toyota Truck 4x4. Please help, thank you.
      We'll post an article on doors soon, but in short, the legality of removing doors is a judgment call as to whether or not a police officer considers it unsafe or not. All states have an "unsafe" catch-all rule and this is where the removal of doors may fall.
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      • #4
        Are blue modification led lights allowed on the back if they are not flashing?
        Blue lights should not be installed on any non-emergency vehicle, flashing or not.
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        • #5
          As far as doors go, I was able to take the doors off my 84 Suzuki Samauri and never had an issue. I was told by an officer that if the doors were removable, they could come off legally. It is most likely if the cop wants to be a pain or not.
          Fog lights may only be on if the visibility is 1/2 mile or less.
          Thanks for sharing!
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          • #6
            Trying to find out what the ACTUAL law is in Oklahoma about street rods without fenders. I have been told fenders are NOT required, been told IF it is reqistered as an ANTIQUE, NOT REQUIRED, IF registered as what ever year it is, FENDERS REQUIRED? Have seen tons of roadsters and others with no fenders. I have a 23 track t roadster with NO fenders, and have been driving it for years, NO PROBLEM. BUT was recently stopped and told by a HWY PATROL OFFICER, that I needed to have fenders????????????

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            • #7
              The law simply states that vehicles without fenders need to have mud flaps and the rest would be open to interpretation as to if the vehicle is in "safe operating condition".

              Originally posted by Pudgedaddy6 View Post
              Trying to find out what the ACTUAL law is in Oklahoma about street rods without fenders. I have been told fenders are NOT required, been told IF it is reqistered as an ANTIQUE, NOT REQUIRED, IF registered as what ever year it is, FENDERS REQUIRED? Have seen tons of roadsters and others with no fenders. I have a 23 track t roadster with NO fenders, and have been driving it for years, NO PROBLEM. BUT was recently stopped and told by a HWY PATROL OFFICER, that I needed to have fenders????????????
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