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Hello I'm just taking the doors off of my four-door 2010 Jeep Wrangler and no thinner have I done so then I was notified by a friend that in talking with someone he knows in Nelson BC it is not legal to drive without the doors... I've checked a couple of chat sites in the general sentiment seems to be that most have been driving anywhere from 7 to 10 years never having been pulled over. Can anyone weigh in on this for me am I taking a chance or am I most likely to be left alone?
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Hello I'm just taking the doors off of my four-door 2010 Jeep Wrangler and no thinner have I done so then I was notified by a friend that in talking with someone he knows in Nelson BC it is not legal to drive without the doors... I've checked a couple of chat sites in the general sentiment seems to be that most have been driving anywhere from 7 to 10 years never having been pulled over. Can anyone weigh in on this for me am I taking a chance or am I most likely to be left alone?
Best regards Mortimer
Legally, they are required. I have seen some people put tube doors in place of the OE doors, I am not sure of the legality of those. However, the BC Gov has this bulletin to review, which clearly states the law about doors and mirrors. Basically, if the vehicle comes with doors - you need doors. That being said, there are many Jeeps in our town with them and mirrors mounted on the frame.body.

 
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