Home Entertainment Weird and Unknown Driving Rules in US (6+Pictures) Weird and Unknown Driving Rules in US (6+Pictures)ShareFacebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp #1viaIn Minnetonka, Minnesota, it is illegal to drive “a truck or other vehicle whose wheels or tires deposit mud, dirt, sticky substances, litter or other material on any street or highway.” That’s right, your tires had better be clean or you’re considered to be in violation of the law. If everyone actually follows these rules, then Minnetonka must have the cleanest streets in the nation.#2viaTerrified of teen drivers? You’d better stay out of South Dakota, where the legal age to obtain a license is only 14. Of course, if you’re a parent tired of driving your teen everywhere, you might want to move there.Advertisements #3viaHave you ever used your hazard lights because you knew your car was going slower than others around you, whether because of an obstacle on the road, whether conditions or vehicle problems? Well using your hazards while driving is actually illegal in many states, including Hawaii, Alaska, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico and Rhode Island.#4viaIn 14 states, car dealers are not legally allowed to be open on a Sunday and many cities have similar laws. Even in states and cities where dealerships can be open on Sunday, there are sometimes restrictions on what time they can be open or that require a dealer to choose to be closed on either Saturday or Sunday.Advertisements #5viaYes, we’re using the formal, legal version of “molest,” which isn’t sexual, but instead means to pester or harass, but either way it seems strange that Fort Thomas, Kentucky feels it necessary to outlaw pets from molesting passing vehicles. I guess they had a problem with too many dogs chasing cars, but pets don’t generally care if there are laws banning what they want to do.#6viaAccording to Little Rock, Arkansas Code 1961, section 25-74, “No person shall sound the horn on a vehicle at any place where cold drinks or sandwiches are served after 9:00 p.m.” And yes, that’s a direct quote so there’s no room for interpretation here. I guess you’d better get your honking out before 9 PM or take it somewhere that sandwiches and cold drinks are off the menu. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyPlease enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address!Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.