Robinson’s Doorless Driving Bill One Step Closer to Becoming Law

HARRISBURG – Legislation sponsored by Sen. Devlin Robinson (R-37) that would allow doorless driving for vehicles such as Jeeps and Broncos in Pennsylvania was passed by the House of Representatives today.

“This bill aligns Pennsylvania with every other state in the nation when it comes to doorless driving,” said Robinson. “I’m grateful for the support of my colleagues in both chambers and sides of the aisle. Senate Bill 298 not only allows for greater freedom and enjoyment for vehicle owners but also ensures that we maintain the necessary safety standards. It’s a win for both adventure enthusiasts and safety-conscious citizens.”

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.


Allison Dutrey

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