Is it illegal to drive barefoot in North Dakota?

Are you a foot fetishist?

Lots of people do. Not me, to be honest, feet absolutely gross me out. Most people have a lot of fungus associated with their feet and going barefoot certainly doesn’t help that.

Let’s be honest, most people don’t vacuum and clean their vehicles as often as they should. My hand goes up as I type this article. I’m guilty, but one thing I don’t do is drive my unhygienic truck with my bare feet. Yeah, that’s a bit messed up.

Is it illegal to drive barefoot in North Dakota?

My dad always warned me growing up that driving barefoot is against the law. I had that ingrained in my head when I was a teenager. That, and how I’d go blind if I… Well, I’ll leave it at that.

Turns out my dad was wrong.

On both counts (sinister laugh). I decided to do investigative reporting and going through the North Dakota Century Code there is NOTHING that driving barefoot is illegal. ZERO mention. In fact, it appears that no state has banned this practice.

According to Jerry, driving barefoot in North Dakota is completely fine and completely legal. No legislation was ever introduced. This is a myth that dates back to 1994.

However, keep in mind that if a law enforcement officer is having a really bad day, he or she could cite you for distracted driving, if driving barefoot interferes with your ability to drive your vehicle. I think you have a better chance of winning the lottery than having this happen to you.

So feel like driving barefoot with your crusty and filthy feet. You are legal to do so.

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