An examination of your vehicle indicates that it has been raised more than 4 inches beyond its manufactured height. Under the provisions of N.J.A.C. 13:20-37.3, such a vehicle must undergo a geometric stability test. These tests are being conducted by appointment only at specialty inspection locations. A comprehensive examination of the steering and suspension will be conducted. There is no charge for this inspection. Please call the location of your choice as soon as possible, since the test must be completed prior to the expiration date of your inspection sticker. Conditions for the motor vehicles with elevated chassis heights are: (1) Steering gear ratios and steering wheel left stop to right stop turns must be within 1/2 turn of the original manufacturers specifications. (2) Headlights shall be mounted no lower than 22" nor more than 54" above the ground. (3) Taillights shall be mounted no lower than 15" nor more than 72" above the ground. (4) Off road lights must be covered while operating on public roads. (5) License plates must be mounted no less than 12" nor more than 48" above the ground. (6) Brake lines and hoses must be protected from excess heat and vibration. They must be mounted in a manner to prevent chafing, undue wear, stress, or unintentional disconnection. (7) Vehicles originally equipped with bumpers must have them securely fastened, no less then 16" from the ground to the bottom of the bumper, and shall extend the full width of the vehicle. (8) Maximum tire diameter allowed will be 38" or 6" over stock, whichever is less. And it goes on ! OK some I can understand but..... How the heck do you guys deal with this crap. The old lady has a job offer there but no way now! Do they get on the aholes in the low riders and make them take some kind of test too? Do they still do this??????