According to suicideknob.net, a website dedicated to steering wheel spinners, no state law prohibits their use, but they may be illegal under some local city laws and ordinances. Confirm their legal status with local police and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) before installing one.
A steering wheel knob makes it easier to steer a vehicle with one hand, making them ideal accessories for drivers with disabilities that make driving with both hands difficult or impossible. In addition to some local ordinances restricting their use in private and commercial vehicles, Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) regulations limit the use of spinner knobs on industrial vehicles.Learn More
According to NBC News, it is illegal to tear up or mutilate a dollar bill. The crime of destroying any legal tender is punishable by a fine of up to $100 or jail time of up to six months. Enforcement of this law is conducted by the Secret Service.Full Answer >
Even if a person legally owns his own car in California, it is still illegal for him to sleep in it in many cities and counties in the state. While it is not illegal to fall asleep everywhere in a car in California, a lot of cities, such as Los Angeles, Orange County and the rest of Southern California, ban it.Full Answer >
Videotaping a person without permission is illegal, and it could warrant a lawsuit, according to the Houston Chronicle. Permission must be sought before recording someone, and this pertains to interviews.Full Answer >
Driving with a broken windshield is illegal in most states, according to CarsDirect. A cracked windshield is weakened and could splinter and cause an accident from a minor bump at freeway speeds.Full Answer >