Any motorist who sights a team of horses coming toward him must pull well off the road, cover his car with a blanket or canvas that blends with the countryside, and let the horses pass. If the horses appear skittish, the motorist must take his car apart, piece by piece, and hide it under the nearest bushes.
No one is quite sure what a watch stuffer does, but whatever he does, he better do it somewhere else.
At night, however, the cars must be moved for street cleaning. This law is enforced even if snow or ice prevents the cars from being moved.
Section 623 of The Pennsylvania Penal Code of 1939 (18 P.S. § 4623)
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