With a number of state highways closed, there are a number who use their vehicles as a way to get around.
For example, the Highway 61 corridor in Arizona is a popular place to park.
But there are limits to what you can do with a car there.
“There’s no traffic laws, and if you don’t have a valid driver’s licence, you’re not allowed to drive on it,” said Chris Gannon, of Arizona Highway Patrol.
“If you don`t have a permit, you don”t have permission to drive.”
But if you have a driver’s license, you can’t drive on that highway,” he said.”
And if you do have a drivers licence, that is the way that it is.
“There are a lot of rules to follow, but there are some things you should know about what you are allowed to do.
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Night crossing is when you must have headlights on and can drive in the dark.”
It’s the safest mode of travel, in terms of being able to see the road and be able to slow down, because it’s really very dim and very quiet,” said Mr Gannon.”
You can’t have lights on or a reflective surface, and you cannot be seen at all from your car.
“What happens if you drive across a highway without lights on?
If you are crossing a highway, you must be wearing a driver and passenger safety belt.”
We have to wear it for a full 30 minutes after the light comes on,” said Ms Clements.”
In that 30 minutes, you cannot have any lights on.
You can’t be seen from the driver’s seat or from the passenger seat,” she said.
If you’re on a motorcycle, you will need a helmet and a reflective vest.”
What if you see a motorcyclist on the highway?”
Because if you get hurt, you`ll be looking for it and you`ve got to keep looking for that.”
What if you see a motorcyclist on the highway?
Ms Cales advises against riding on the road at night, unless it is a safe and safe distance.
“The safety of the road depends on the driver,” she says.
“A driver has to be able, when they come across an obstacle, to react.
And if they`re not prepared to do that, then they can be at risk.”
If you`d like to find out more about road safety, you might like to read our road safety briefing.
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