What does it mean to stance a car?

The other day my friends were talking about making modifications to their cars and kept mentioning the word “stance”. What does it mean to stance your car?

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Answer provided by
Talullah Blanco
Answered on May 09, 2022
Stanced cars are extremely low to the ground and have big wide wheels that are tilted outwards at the bottom.
People have a love or hate relationship with stance cars in the car community. Either you have a stance car and you love it or you find the loss of functionality to be less than desirable.
If you are considering stancing your car, make sure you avoid illegal car modiifications if you want your car to remain street legal. Unfortunately, not all insurance companies will cover these types of vehicle modifications and may even cancel an insurance policy if they suspect street racing.
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