Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Planning on packing up your car and going for a drive to Canada? Before you hit the road, you’re going to need to do a little advance planning to make sure your border crossing is easy. With 1,200 Canadian service checkpoints, your first new northern friend will probably be a Canadian Border Services Agent. Yes, […]

People always complain about living in New Jersey. It’s right down there with South Dakota and Rhode Island in terms of respect from the general populace. The law I’m about to show you does not help its case and could give credence to everyone’s complaints. Apparently, when you’re driving, excluding business and residential districts, you […]

“That humpback owes us money!” This next law is not only weird, but also physically impossible to break. Apparently, it is illegal to shoot any animal from your car in Tennessee, unless it’s a whale. Now I don’t think that’s a euphemism for an overweight person, but whales also don’t live in Tennessee being that […]

Washington State Legislature has this whole chapter (Chapter 72.20) about Maple Lane School.  The law that brought me to research this Washington piece of legislature and the Maple Lane School for Girls, is section 72.20.065, which states: “Any person who shall go upon the school grounds except on lawful business, or by consent of the […]

Rhode Island Law 31-15-4 states: “The driver of a vehicle overtaking another vehicle proceeding in the same direction shall give a timely, audible signal and shall pass to the left at a safe distance and shall not again drive to the right side of the roadway until safely clear of the overtaken vehicle.  Except when […]