alright guys, what do you think about the stock mud flaps on tacomas. one of mine got ripped off by a curp. should i try to stick it back on or just ditch them alltogether?
That's why you take them off when you get to the trail and then put them back on when you are done. I'm in CA also and have had a few mud flap tickets, some of them were fines!bmw678 said:alright guys, what do you think about the stock mud flaps on tacomas. one of mine got ripped off by a curp. should i try to stick it back on or just ditch them alltogether?
What does a mud-flap ticket run these days by the way?CVC 27600. No person shall operate any motor vehicle having three or more wheels, any trailer, or semitrailer unless equipped with fenders, covers, or devices, including flaps or splash aprons, or unless the body of the vehicle or attachments thereto afford adequate protection to effectively minimize the spray or splash of water or mud to the rear of the vehicle and all such equipment or such body or attachments thereto shall be at least as wide as the tire tread. This section does not apply to those vehicles exempt from registration, trailers and semitrailers having an unladen weight of under 1,500 pounds, or any vehicles manufactured and first registered prior to January 1, 1971, having an unladen weight of under 1,500 pounds.
The cost of a mud flap ticket can be pretty minimal if the cop writes it as a fix-it ticket. If that is the case, all you have to do is show proof of correction and pay a small filing fee.sagexp said:What does a mud-flap ticket run these days by the way?