8 Things We Do In Twin Falls, ID That Seem Legal But Aren’t
You probably think you are a perfectly law-abiding citizen in Idaho, but you might be surprised to find that some of the things you innocently do are actually illegal. We already have a list of laws that you knowingly break, because we’re all rebels deep down inside. This new list covers the things you do that seem fine but might get you a fine in the Gem State.
Things We Do In Idaho That Seem OK But Are Actually Illegal
Since we all speed every once in a while and we’ve all blasted through a red light at least once, that puts us on the same page as Idaho criminals. If you have a dog but it isn’t licensed or you like to kayak without a whistle, you’re a criminal too. Check out this list of 8 other activities we do that seem normal, but are against the law in Idaho.
Things We Do In Idaho That Seem Legal But Aren't
Idaho Laws You Didn’t Know You Were Breaking
When I first moved to Idaho, I was surprised by some of the laws. I thought the horn was on your har so you could honk it whenever you wanted to. Judging by a weekend drive around town I’m guessing most people don’t know about the yard sale sign laws and when you can and can’t pass a school bus is definitely a not-fully understood law.
Are there any other laws in Idaho that people seem to either not know, not care about, or often forget?