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11 Weird Laws To Watch Out For On Your Next Road Trip

LOL you've been warned. Embrace all the unique (and ridiculous) things America has to offer in the 2015 Hyundai Sonata.

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1. If you're driving to California and just HAPPEN to stop by a frog-jumping contest, go with a full stomach.


In California, it is allegedly illegal to eat frogs if they die during a jumping contest.

2. In Nevada and need new shoes? Plan on getting your foot measured the "boring" way.


In Nevada, using an X-Ray machine to measure for your shoe size is purportedly illegal.

3. If you discover an AMAZING bingo spot while in North Carolina, don't get too comfortable.

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In North Carolina, an establishment can only hold two games of bingo a week.

4. Have a pet skunk you just looooove to travel with? Well, don't try to sneak it into Tennessee.

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In Tennessee, it is illegal to bring skunks into the state.

5. If you drive though South Carolina and feel the need to challenge your kid to a pinball duel… don't.

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In South Carolina, it is supposedly illegal for a minor to play a pinball machine.

6. If you want a horrifying challenge while you're passing though Topeka? Find a haunted house.

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In Topeka, Kansas, it is apparently illegal to scream while in a haunted house.

7. Ever wondered, Huh. What would a green duck look like? Don't expect an answer in Ohio.


In Ohio, it is illegal to dye baby poultry a different color.

8. Stink bombs? HILARIOUS! In Oklahoma? AGAINST THE LAW!


In Oklahoma, it is illegal to sell stink bombs.

9. If you're driving down the open roads in Wisconsin and a cow's in the middle of the road, you better wait.

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In Wisconsin, livestock always have the right-of-way.

10. Really craving a hot dog in the Sunshine State? Well, beware of those "sexy" vendors.

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In Florida, hot dog vendors must not wear revealing clothing while on duty.

11. Want to experience the ultimate "party pooper" town on your trip? Welcome to Mobile, Alabama.

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In Mobile, Alabama, it is illegal to posses or handle confetti.

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Note: This post is meant for entertainment purposes. Some laws may no longer be enforced or in effect.