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- The US has a baffling number of driving laws relating to different states
- For example, in New York it is illegal for a person to disrobe in their car
- But in Nevada, it is completely legal to ride a camel on the highway
- It’s illegal to honk at a fair in Georgia, travel with a gorilla in Massachusetts or change clothes in a car in Delaware
Driving holidays are one of the most popular types of vacation in the United States, with numerous Hollywood films centred around the fabled American road trip.
But anyone planning a journey across the country’s road network might want to brush up on their legal knowledge first.
The US has a baffling number of laws that are related to different states.
The auto shipping website J&S Transport has now compiled a list of all of the strangest driving laws across the country for any would-be road tripper.
For example, anyone requiring a last minute outfit change in New York should beware – it is illegal to disrobe in the car, while messy drivers need to be careful as in South Carolina it is illegal to store rubbish in your car.
But not every state is strict with their drivers, for example, in Nevada, it is completely legal to ride a camel on the highway and in Texas, cars do not need a windscreen to pass an inspection, but they do need a pair of wipers.
Auto shipping website J&S Transport have made this infographic of the strangest driving laws across the United States