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Are Quad Cab Trucks MPV's?


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Just wondering if 4wd quad cab or extended cab with the half back doors or whatever you want to call it trucks would be considered as a MPV? I know the charts usually say pickup trucks aren't considered MPV's however when I read about a MPV it says 6 or more seatbelts which these have or can be a multi purpose like a offroad vehicle. Thats what I read although not sure where I saw that. I've been told both ways so are these MPV's or are they considered as cars and follow by those laws?

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He didn't say anything about the rear windows just the front two being too dark and the tint says front tint. That's why I'm asking I kind of thought it was but honestly it meets several of the requirements for MPV's and him not saying anything about the rear windows makes me wondering. That's why I got to wondering about this. No one seems to be able to give me a solid answer and each shop tells me something different. I can't find a law either way stating if a quad cab truck is a MPV or not. I'm thinking the charts saying trucks aren't are more than likely saying regular cab trucks with 2-3 seatbelts.

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OMG!!!!

Trucks are NOT cars...

It's really easy, if it's a truck it isn't governed by the same laws as a car....

As far as it being an MPV... :thumb

But to the best of my knowledge, a truck can be as dark as you want, from the B pillars back, in any state....

(Which EVERYONE should list in their friggin profile.!!!) :lol2

Only the driver and passenger front windows have to be within the legal limit....

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look at the frickin' birth plate on the door jam. it'll say passenger or MPV. and trucks all say MPV. :evileye

I looked at mine a while back and maybe I'm looking in the wrong place but mine said Truck on the sticker if I looked in the right place. That's why I was confused.

Thanks for clearing it up guys.

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