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Texas, like many other states, has a few obscure traffic laws that have somehow remained on the books regardless of how irrelevant or odd they might seem. While most of these laws are no longer enforced, they are interesting to learn about.
  • DUI: When you receive a DUI in the state of Texas, you might not be the only one to pay for the crime. Texas law states that all passengers of the vehicle can lose their license when the driver is cited for DUI.
  • Windshield Wipers: Although it is illegal to drive without windshield wipers in the state of Texas, however you are allowed to not have a windshield.
  • Alcohol: In the state of Texas it is illegal to drive within arm’s length of alcohol. While the law itself doesn’t seem that odd, the details certainly do. It includes alcohol that is in another person’s bloodstream.
While some of the traffic laws in Texas might seem a little odd, familiarizing yourself with what is legal and what is not can help ensure that you maintain a clear driving record and prevent injuries to yourself, your passengers, and others on the roadway.

 

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