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H 2525 General Bill, By Alexander, M.O. Alexander, Bailey, B.O. Baker, J.M. Baxley, H. Brown, H.H. Clyborne, R.S. Corning, Davenport, B.L. Hendricks, J.H. Hodges, Martin, W.S. McCain, A.C. McGinnis, R.N. McLellan, M. McLeod, J.H. Nesbitt, J.J. Snow and J.B. Wilder
    A Bill to amend Section 56-5-5015, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to motor vehicle glass which is transparent from only one side, so as to make it unlawful for any person to sell any substance or material for use upon the windshield or window glass of a motor vehicle that would render the windshield or window glass to be in noncompliance with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 205, or any other applicable standard, to make it unlawful for any person to install a windshield or window glass in a motor vehicle or place any substance or material upon any windshield or window glass that would reduce light transmittance more than thirty percent or that produces a mirror or metallic appearance when viewed by a person outside the vehicle, to make it unlawful for a vehicle so equipped to be operated, to revise the permitted new car exception to the provisions of this Section and make them applicable to the above prohibitions, and to make the penalty provisions of the Section applicable to the above prohibitions.
02/24/87House Introduced and read first time HJ-681
02/24/87House Referred to Committee on Education and Public Works HJ-682

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