Robinson’s Doorless Driving Bill Approved by House Transportation Committee

HARRISBURG – The House Transportation Committee unanimously passed a bill sponsored by Sen. Devlin Robinson (R-37) allowing doorless driving for vehicles such as Jeeps and Broncos in Pennsylvania.

“I am pleased that the House Transportation Committee voted in favor of this legislation,” Robinson said. “We are one step closer to aligning Pennsylvania with the rest of the nation by allowing doorless driving.”

Senate Bill 298 adheres to logistical and safety standards important to residents and law enforcement, including requiring side view mirrors when doors are removed and upholding the seatbelt protections in place for minors.

The bill now heads to the full House for consideration.

Allison Dutrey

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