Wherever there are governments, there are weird laws and the rules of the road are no exception. Here are some of the strangest driving laws we could find -and these are all very real unlike some of the fake ones you see online. Of course, remember that no matter how strange they are, breaking any of these rules is still against the law and could result in a ticket, which may leave you with heavy fines or even higher insurance rates
Keep Your Tires Clean in Minnesota
In 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.
Don’t Honk Your Horn At a Sandwich Shop After 9 in Arkansas
According 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.