Every state has laws on the books that seem strange and/or dated, and Texas is no exception. See our handy infographic below to learn more about some of the weirdest driving laws in the state of Texas.
Surprising Texas Driving Laws
Templeton Smithee Hayes Heinrich & Russell present Surprising Texas Driving Laws.
In Fort Worth, parking brakes must be set whenever a vehicle is left unattended.
The keys can’t be in the ignition when the vehicle is left unattended.
Windshield wipers are required to pass a vehicle inspection, but an actual windshield is not.
It is illegal to make a U-turn in Richardson.
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