>Driving "Doorless" in PA a Step Closer to Passage
(Harrisburg, PA) - A state Senate bill to allow certain SUV drivers to take their doors off their vehicles is closer to becoming a law. Senate Bill 298 by Senator Devlin Robinson passed in the Senate Tuesday. Similar proposals for allowing doorless driving for vehicles like Jeeps and Broncos have become law in all other states. Those laws still require drivers to have side view mirrors and seatbelt protections, however. Currently, it is illegal to drive without doors on Pennsylvania roads, except for off-roading. The bill now goes to the House for consideration.