The Most Ridiculous Traffic Laws From Around the US

injured man with text most ridiculous traffic laws in the US

There are crazy laws in every city of every country, but what are some of the most bizarre in the United States?

Driving the wrong way down a one-way street?

No problem, in Alabama you just need to attach a lantern to the front of your vehicle.

Hit a pedestrian in Sarasota, Florida? No biggie.

It’s only a $78 fine, you’d pay almost twice as much for going six over the speed limit.

Do you love to drive your Gorilla around town in the back seat of your ride?

If you’re in Massachusetts, it’s illegal — whether you own it or not.

Want a few brews for your barbeque? Sorry.

In Scituate, Rhode Island, it’s illegal to drive with beer in your car, even if it’s UNOPENED. You’re going to have to walk home, buddy.

You are legally not allowed to run out of gas.

In Youngstown, Ohio it is illegal to run out of gas, as the area is extremely congested.

Do you love to honk a horn?

If you’re in University City, Missouri it is illegal to honk someone else horn, literally.

Illinois has high standards for those who can claim roadkill.

Only residents who don’t owe child support and who have not had their wildlife privileges suspended anywhere in the United States can claim possession of roadkill with the Department of Natural Resources.

Love a sandwich and smoothie so much you honk in appreciation?

Do it before 9pm in Little Rock, Arkansas because it’s illegal to honk near a sandwich or cold beverage shop after that.

Is your New Britain, Connecticut house fireproof?

It better be because fire trucks in this town are not allowed to drive faster than 25 mph, even when responding to an emergency call.

In Eureka, California, you cannot sleep on the road

You’ll have to make other vacation arrangements.

You may want to check the laws in Sag Harbor, New York

Before you try to change from workwear to club wear in the backseat, disrobing in your car may result in a hefty ticket.

Contact the auto repair experts at Performance Auto for more information about keeping your car in the best shape.

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