U.S. Customs agents inspect cars traveling from Canada to the U.S. at the Blaine truck crossing border in 2001. The Revised Code of Washington has several laws that apply to driving on the shoulder of the road. Unfortunately, it’s usually not legal to do so, even if you’re waiting in a backup at the border and not going to Canada.
U.S. Customs agents inspect cars traveling from Canada to the U.S. at the Blaine truck crossing border in 2001. The Revised Code of Washington has several laws that apply to driving on the shoulder of the road. Unfortunately, it’s usually not legal to do so, even if you’re waiting in a backup at the border and not going to Canada. The Bellingham Herald file Staff
U.S. Customs agents inspect cars traveling from Canada to the U.S. at the Blaine truck crossing border in 2001. The Revised Code of Washington has several laws that apply to driving on the shoulder of the road. Unfortunately, it’s usually not legal to do so, even if you’re waiting in a backup at the border and not going to Canada. The Bellingham Herald file Staff

I’m not even going to Canada, is it OK to drive on the shoulder to avoid a backup?

June 25, 2018 05:00 AM