Don't take this the wrong way, but I am a fan of squirrels. However, even I admit they can be a nuisance. Did you know the state of Missouri has a long list of things you can and can't do to these little critters? Let's take a look at the nutty do's and don'ts.
There are rules of the road and there are also some unspoken understandings of things you do to help other drivers you encounter on a Missouri roadway. One controversial means of communicating is by use of headlights and there are good reasons why you want to slow down immediately when someone flashes their lights at you 3 times.
I have a long list of foods I'll never eat and a much longer list of foods I love. However, I've learned that there are foods that I'm not allowed to eat no matter what because they are completely forbidden in Missouri.
The Illinois Supreme Court will have to answer that very question. The debate rages on since marijuana became legalized in the Land of Lincoln, should a police officer be allowed to search your vehicle based on smelling weed during a traffic stop? Here are the details...
It's common sense to move away from any lane where you see an emergency vehicle along a roadway. In Missouri, it's more than just a good idea or suggestion though. As a matter of fact, you can get a serious fine for violating Missouri's Move Over law. It can cost you seriously big bucks.
Laws are having to evolve with fast-developing technology. Don't believe me? Did you know that there are now laws about where you can and cannot fly a drone and that includes specific rules involving the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri. It is possible, but the exceptions are rare.
It's a brand new year and that means brand new rules. There is one change in Illinois that makes something that was illegal to do previously completely fine in 2024. Or, at least you can't be pulled over for it specifically. I'll attempt to explain.
I wish I had a nickel for every Missouri driveway and/or sidewalk that I've shoveled in my lifetime. Spoiler Alert - I don't have any nickels. But, does Missouri law require me to shovel snow? That's a question with a lot of complicated answers depending on several factors.