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Worst Ski Area Drives for Impatient People

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I remember back in the day, just before the law changed, a bunch of Yahoo's stuffed in one car heading to Lincoln for the weekend. Friend was driving (not drinking), while his wife was riding shotgun with a bottle of something, can't remember what, pouring shots. Everyone except the driver had a roadie going. Friend managed to get pulled over for like 5 over speeding (profiled). Got a warning once he was found to be sober. The officer very nicely told us all that the law is charging shortly, and act accordingly.
The good old days.....
CT still allows passengers to booze in the car
 

deadheadskier

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In the 80’s you could have an open container as long as you were under the limit. That changed late 80’s.

That was still the case in Pitkin County Colorado when I went to Aspen in 2001. As long as you were under the limit, road sodas were allowed
 

BodeMiller1

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Perfect, in New Hampshire there is now an open container law.
We used to go from N.H. to Vermont and by out the packies....
We would get the evil eye from The N.H. State Troopers. NEVER meow at the Bears...
 

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BodeMiller1

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Well, some can meow, butt this is limited...
No one knows why???
 

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