The weirdest driving laws in the US

There are about 253 million cars in the United States and each state has their own laws when it comes to driving.

Some of them are pretty simple and obvious, like not drinking and driving, but others seem to defy common sense.

J&S Transport compiled a list of the some of the craziest driving laws in the country. And every single state has one. Here are some that will leave you shaking your head!

In California, you can get a ticket for driving too slow. In Alaska, you can't tie your dog to the top of your roof! Didn't Mitt Romney admit doing that?

In Hawaii, all passengers must wear a seatbelt, but if you are in the bed of a pickup truck, you don't have to be strapped down.

In Missouri, it is illegal to drive with an uncaged bear. And finally, in Oklahoma, you can't read comic books while driving. But reading 'War and Peace' is totally cool right?

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