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I am astudent on a design team. We are designing a lift system for a four wheeled scooter. Our preliminary design includes an arm which may obscure the line of the rear-view mirror. Are there any codes which state the requirements for obstructiong the driver's lines of sight?

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Sounds like a good senior project. Each state will be different most likely as well as each local municipality. Check with your local department of transportation officials, that would be the easiest place to find the information you seek. Good luck with the project!

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