One may not camp in a wagon on any public highway or risk a fine of up to ten dollars.
86.025 Camping on highways. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to camp in wagons, tent or otherwise on the public highways or lands adjacent thereto, after a notice to remove therefrom by the owners of such adjacent lands, or the owner of land abutting on the highway, or by a member of…
All horse drawn vehicles must have brakes
Each horse-drawn vehicle engaged in carrying loads on the streets and highways of the District shall be equipped with an effective brake.
Based on the number of a car’s license plate, cars are restricted from use on certain days of the week.
Due to heavy traffic in Metro Manila, certain areas of the city have laws that restrict certain vehicles based on the day of the week and the ending number of your vehicle’s license plate (this plan is called “Color Coding”, though it has nothing to do with the color of your vehicle). For example: Cars…
The driver of a car may not be barefooted.
There are lots of references to this law, but it may be directed toward the drivers or passengers of motorcycles.
No person may carry a fish into a bar.
6.05.410 Animals prohibited from food establishments. It is unlawful for any person to allow or permit any animal in, or take any animal, whether loose, on a leash, or in arms, into any food establishment, such as a restaurant, grocery store, meat market or into any place where alcoholic beverages are sold, except guide dogs…