Thought I would post where I found the laws at this site allows you to look up most laws regulations "
You can find most States DMV office info and look up rules and laws starting here http://local.dmv.org/dmv-office-locations.php
I have found over the years that what a clerk in the office says is not always what the Cop that pulls you over writes on the High priced invitation to Donate to the slush fund R.S.V.I.P.
If your going to travel in states that have strict rules on height length color Etc ... I suggest you print out or save the info on your smart phone in the event your stopped . as you can see here Georgia has no http://towingworld.com/towinglawsbystate.cfm?state2=GA
Reciprocity with other states meaning might be ok in your state but here you still get to pay the fines and possibly sit parked until the issue is repaired . I had to tow my truck that had a 6 inch lift as the max allowed here is 2 inch and tyhe truck passed inspection when I retitled it from Texas to Georgia but the street cop still was able to enforce the actual rule .
PART 6 - EQUIPMENT OF SCHOOL BUSES
§ 40-8-110 - Identification and color
O.C.G.A. 40-8-110 (2010)
40-8-110. Identification and color
It shall be unlawful to operate:
(1) Any vehicle displaying the words "SCHOOL BUS" unless it meets the color, identification, and
equipment requirements set forth in Code Section 40-8-113 or 40-8-115;
(2) A vehicle without the words "SCHOOL BUS" but which is of a color and exhibits some equipment or identification which reasonably could cause a motorist to confuse it with a properly colored, identified, and equipped school bus;
(3) Any school bus for any purpose other than the transportation of school children to or from school or school activities without concealing or covering all markings thereon indicating "SCHOOL BUS"; or
(4) A vehicle which has been permanently converted from the purpose of transporting students to or from school or school activities without first having painted such vehicle some color other than the yellow required in subsection (b) of Code Section 40-8-110 and without having removed the stop arms, if any, and any other equipment required by Code Section 40-8-111.