Every swap is different, so it is extremely hard for me to be as specific as I&39;d like. Again, the main areas of concern in the beginning, are 1. Wheel bases of the two candidates for the swap. 2. Chassis lengths. 3. Body mount locations. 4. What you want to accomplish (Finished Product) 5. Will it be street legal 6. Reliability. Auto leasing is a way to drive a more expensive car than you can afford to buy and lets you change cars every few years without hassles or trading in. The dealer handles all the paperwork for the lease and you usually don't talk to anyone at the leasing company at all. The leasing company can be a bank, the car dealer, or the manufacturer. The. The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 Clause 216 (1) states "A motor car, minibus, bus or goods vehicle fitted with at least four wheels, or a trailer, operated on a public road, shall comply with the relevant requirements as specified in the Government Notices issued in terms of section 22 of the Standards Act, 1993 (Act No 29 of 1993) and. Stage (s) Rear-facing (5-40 pounds,19-40 inches) Forward-facing harness (22-65 pounds, 28-50 inches) Grows with Child 2 Position recline, Removable inserts, 6 Harness positions. Includes Washable cup holders, Infant insert, Harness covers, Head and body pillow, Machine-washable seat pad. Safety Features LATCH equipped, 5 Point harness. You have consumer rights for up to six years, which protects you against a faulty car. However, the law does not offer you a blanket protection. The law only protects you against a fault, which should not have developed on the car, given its age and mileage and the condition the car was in at point of sale. Vehicles can be no taller than 13 feet 6 inches. Engine While there are no regulations mentioned about engine modifications and swaps, many areas in Texas require emissions.