States begin to allow the use of the minitrucks on public roads

Minitrucks are small-engine, gasoline-powered, four-wheel motorized vehicles that have the following characteristics: a fully enclosed passenger compartment, one row of bench seating for the driver and a passenger, a steering wheel, and a flat-bed or lift as the rear part of the vehicle.

Minitrucks laws page

Source: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety


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