What does it take for a car to be classified as street legal?
For example I have seen several cars that have been privately imported into the United States from other countries, however sometimes they need to be retro-fitted to be street legal in the United States. From what I understand these things can be anywhere from how high it is off the ground, to what kind of glass the windshield is made out of.
What are some of the other factors that go into determining whether a car can be registered and driven legally on the street?
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