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Question: I have a 1929 Ford “Model A” sedan. My question is, I have fenders on rear of the car but not on the front and I can’t find any laws on it. Any help in the law or statute of this would help and I do have collector plates on it if that makes a difference.
Answer: Every vehicle is required to have fenders. The law does not specify only rear fenders, but that the fenders must protect against things being thrown up and to the rear.
There are exceptions to the law. When it comes to any pioneer, classic, collector vehicle, collector military vehicle, or street rod, it shall have all equipment, in operating condition, which was specifically required by law as a condition for its first sale after manufacture.

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