While the folkiness of Indiana can feel a bit forced sometimes, this law is definitely not helping. Hopefully, your horse has a speedometer, because it’s illegal to ride a horse above 10 MPH.
Obviously, this law comes from back in the day when high-speed horse races were a thing and those horse races must have gotten out of hand.
Kansas Pies Don't Mix
Kansans take their cherry pie very seriously, so seriously in fact, that it was (and to our knowledge, it still is) illegal to eat a slice of cherry pie with a scoop of ice cream in the state of Kansas.
It remains unclear when this law originated or even why they would forbid sweet frozen dessert with their cherry pie, but — luckily for dessert lovers — it's not enforced.
Iowa Has Specific Days for Car Sales
The Hawkeye State is pleasant, but not entirely memorable, except they do have this weird law that bans the sale of any vehicle, car, or even RV on Sundays. Why would they do that?
We don't know, all we know is that Iowa is pretty much rural, quiet, and simple and they don't want car deals to disturb their peace on Sundays.
Don't Sleep and Cheese in Illinois
We all know that cheese can make you fairly sleepy, but if you plan to visit Illinois, you better arrange your sleeping habits carefully.
In Illinois, it's best to avoid the risk of falling asleep in a cheese shop and breaking the law while not even being awake for it.
Keep Idaho Trash in Idaho Trash Cans
Did you think there was some strange law regarding potatoes or truck nuts? Well, you weren't the only one... But as it turns out, Idaho is more concerned with where you put your trash.
In Idaho, it's considered unlawful to sweep dirt from your house onto roads, highways, alleys, or any road used for public travel.