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Strange Driving Laws: Part 2

We hope you enjoyed our last installment of strange driving laws. Again, it’s important to be aware of the driving laws in your state—you never know what could go wrong. If you’re installing any performance auto parts, make sure that they’re road legal where you live!

Here are a few more of our favorite strange driving laws:

-In Alabama, it is illegal to drive while blindfolded.

-In Alaska it is illegal to tether a dog to the roof of your car.

-In Glendale, Arizona you can actually get pulled over for driving your vehicle in reverse on a roadway. There is a lesson to be learned: Always have your vehicle pointed in the right direction!

-In California, a woman can get pulled over if she drives while wearing a housecoat. If you survive, you can also be fined for jumping from a car at 65 miles per hour. Additionally, it is illegal for a car without a driver to exceed 60 miles per hour.

-It is illegal to eat food in your car in the state of Connecticut.

-It is only a $78 fine if you hit a pedestrian in Sarasota, Florida. Is that really high enough?

-In Georgia it is against the law to drive through playgrounds. It is also a violation to spit from your car or bus, however no legislation could be found specifically about trucks.