It Might Be Gross But Is It Illegal To Drive Barefoot in Minnesota?
If you've ever gone to Foster Arend in Rochester or over to Lake City for a fun day in the water, you've probably had shoes covered in sand. I'm not a huge fan of bringing that in my car and sometimes, I've just taken my flip-flops off and driven my car without shoes on. But, is driving without shoes against the law in Minnesota?
Can you legally drive in Minnesota without shoes?
I did some research, mostly because I was curious if I was breaking the law or not, and found out if it is ok to drive without shoes in the state of Minnesota. I did find the following answer on Meshbesher & Spence Lawyers' website.
There is no law against driving barefoot. We highly recommend a shoe, though, as it provides better control than driving barefoot.
Although it might be a little bit on the nasty and gross side at times to not have shoes on in your car, you can, and you are not breaking any laws.
Minnesota had a bunch of new laws that started August 1st. If you missed that big announcement, don't worry, the internet lasts forever and we have that story for you here so you can get up to speed.
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