Are Squatted Pickup Trucks Actually Legal?

A raised front end and a stock- or lowered rear end are modifications on a squatting truck. As of the time of writing, North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina 

all have legislation in place that address squatting trucks. However, squatting your pickup vehicle is not prohibited by federal law.

The emphasis of a truck's headlights is also affected when it is squatted, according to critics of the practise.

More significantly, squatting alters the suspension geometry of a vehicle, which impacts handling.

The fact is that any raising of a truck has an adverse effect on how it handles on the road,    

and it is not apparent if squatting is noticeably worse than other lifts. Additionally, the headlights of

a properly adapted squatting vehicle should be adjusted