Have you ever wondered why in places such as California, the RVs are moving slowly and hugging the right lane? It's not that they can't go any faster; it's because in many states and provinces the maximum speed for towing vehicles is substantially lower than the posted speed limit. In addition, there are many other differences in laws and regulations among North American jurisdictions that most travelers fail to realize. For example: did you know that in Alaska you can be fined up to $10,000 for texting while driving? Have you ever looked for a lottery ticket in Nevada and not found one? Did you know that Quebec is the only Canadian province that sells wine in the corner store? Did you know that you can face a hefty fine for bringing Washington cherries into California? This book provides state-by-state and province-by-province information on some important highway regulations, helmet laws, trailering guidelines, liquor and gambling laws, and more. It was specifically written with travelers in mind to provide convenient answers to common questions they may have when not in their home state or province. Additional information is included about the metric system, crossing international borders, and traveling with firewood and agricultural produce. Also, there are hundreds of internet links to state and provincial tourism offices, government websites, and many other resources so that every traveler can find out what they need to know.
This exciting book/CD pack features detailed diagrams and information aimed at beginners and includes a matching CD with all the music examples and tunes played by professional musicians.
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