As teenagers, we attend driver’s education in school and get prepped on all of the laws regarding traffic, signage, and rules of the road. But, few of us learn about some of the more bizarre driving laws that some states still keep on their books. Curious if you have committed a traffic violation in the following states? Read below to see five of the weirdest laws still in force:
- If cleanliness isn’t your thing, you still might want to hose off your vehicle before entering the city limits of Minnetonka, Minnesota. You could be cited for being a public nuisance if your vehicle has dirt, mud or sticky substances on its tires that could end up dirtying their roadways.
- In Topeka, Kansas, their laws are very specific about chickens – dead ones in particular. They have declared it illegal to transport dead poultry in your car or truck.
- In Alaska, you must refrain from tying your dog to the roof of your car, so you’ll need to get your Huskies and Malamutes to climb on in as you travel the highways and byways.
- In Hilton Head, South Carolina, you need to keep it clean – your interior, that is. In this fair city, it is against the law to store trash in your vehicle.
- Finally, in Wyoming, if you come across some tasty roadkill, you can haul the carcass home as long as you get a letter of authorization stating you will use the animal for beneficial use.
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