LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) — Virginia’s governor signed into regulation Monday a ban on squatted vans just months immediately after a crash that left a 27-yr-outdated guy lifeless.
The legislation signed by Gov. Glenn Youngkin prohibits modifications that make a vehicle’s entrance bumper 4 or much more inches increased than the rear bumper. Critics of the modification — from time to time identified as the “Carolina Squat” — say the upward tilt may go away drivers not able to obviously see in advance. The governor’s office environment said Monday that the ban will become regulation within just the subsequent day right after a closing technological phase.