10 Of The Craziest Driving Laws

David S.-July 12, 2016


Driving a vehicle is a big responsibility. If you aren’t careful you can crash your car and end up injuring yourself, damaging your vehicle or property or potentially seriously hurting someone else. Driving is hard enough as it is but when you take into account some of the crazy driving laws that are out there things can really get interesting. Wait until you see our list of 10 of the craziest driving laws you’ve ever heard of.

1. Driving Blindfolded

Leave it to the state of Alabama to come up with our first crazy driving law. You would probably think that this is common sense but it was apparently enough of an issue that the Alabama legislature had to institute a law stating that it is illegal to drive while blindfolded. Imagine the first police officer who pulled a car over for reckless driving only to find out that the person behind the wheel of the car was actually blindfolded? This leads to another question. If you are blindfolded how do you know that the police are trying to pull you over? After all you can’t see anything right?

Driving Blindfolded

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