You're A Lawbreaker!
All reasonable citizen of the U.S. to go
through life as habitual lawbreaker. It's impossible to do otherwise. If you do any of the
following, you are probably a lawbreaker:
- Have an outdoor cat. Common "animal at large" laws require outdoor
cats to be leashed or kept on the owner's property. (http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/localnews/stories/022504dnnorcats.8585c.html).
- Drive a safe speed. U.S. speed limits are usually set 5-25 MPH
below the maximum safe speed, criminalizing far more safe drivers than unsafe
- Make a right turn into any lane but the rightmost lane. State laws
say that you can only make a right turn into the rightmost through lane.
- Drive your car in Texas if you live in a state that only requires a
rear license plate. Texas requires front and rear license plates.
- On a two lane road, drive in the middle of the lane or towards the
left side of the lane instead of driving as close to the curb as practical.
Texas law says you have to drive as far right in your lane as possible.
- Have a sticker on your rear window. Texas's tint law says that
you cannot affix anything to your rear window that obstructs your view.