Did you know you have to get out of the way on a Montana two lane highway if you have four or more cars lined up behind you?  Yep,  that's the law in Montana.  And under this law you must get off the highway and let those behind you go ahead of you.

How about passing buses with the stop arm out?  Traffic  must stop in both directions as kids are loading and unloading if the bus stop arm is out.  But there is an axception.  It is okay to pass a bus if you are heading in the opposite direction and there is a median in the middle of the road.

Moore, Oklahoma To Commemorate One-Year Anniversary Of Devastating Tornado
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MOORE, OK - MAY 19: Janet Underwood (L) watches as her son and other children get on the school bus in front of what used to be a trailer park before it was destroyed almost one year ago by a tornado on May 19, 2014 in Moore, Oklahoma. One May 20, 2013 a two-mile wide EF5 tornado touched down in the town killing 24 people and leaving behind extensive damage to homes and businesses. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Many states have laws against using a cell phone while driving, but not in Montana.  You can use the phone at your own peril.  Where you can get tagged here is if you are distracted by using the phone while driving.  It falls under the distracted driving laws.  Other distractions while driving in Montana include eating and drinking, grooming, pacifying your children or even your pets or watching something on the dashboard.  All of these can be grounds for a fine if you cause an accident.

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392427 02: Sitting in her car a driver chats on her cell phone July 25, 2001 in Miami, Florida. Miami-Dade commissioners took the first step Tuesday toward approving an ordinance that would make talking on a cellular telephone illegal while driving on county roads. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

You see this all the time, but it is illegal to park and block a sidewalk, even if you are in your own driveway.  It is illegal to park on the opposite side of a street opposite a fire station.

And lastly,  here's one for you.  It is NOT illegal to drive barefoot in Montana but you could still be hit with fines if police say your barefoot was the cause of a crash.  In fact, barefoot driving is not recommended because you may not be able to produce the same breaking force.

Be safe.

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