Car Laws vs. Gun Laws

Posted on February 12, 2013 10:00 pm

[High Praise! to The Truth About Guns]

Here’s the first 10:

1- The private sale of a vehicle does not have to be reported to the state
2- A motor vehicle sale does not require a criminal background check
3- There is no limit to the capacity of horsepower a vehicle may have
4- A person can legally own a vehicle at any age
5- A vehicle can be operated in public as early as 16
6- There is no waiting period to buy a car
7- You can buy as many cars you want in a month
8- Students are allowed to bring their cars to school
9- There are no “car free zones”
10- Politicians do not create laws that ban the legal ownership of specific models of cars

Click here for the other 30.

And yes, on number 9, I’ll argue that there are plenty of places cars aren’t allowed to drive (like some national parks). Of course, if you go to one of these places, you could easily become stranded and die a horrible death, so car-free zones work about as well as gun-free zones.

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12 Responses to “Car Laws vs. Gun Laws”

  1. Les says:

    But as the VP said, “Even if we can only save one life, we have to take action.”

    http://www.nukingpolitics.com/2013/02/shared-sacrifice.html

  2. Carpenter says:

    Since the turn of the century 476,090 people have been killed by or in automobiles.
    That is almost 1/2 a Million and that doesn’t include 2012. Why haven’t they outlawed these murderous metal monsters?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_motor_vehicle_deaths_in_U.S._by_year

    41,945 2000
    +42,196
    +43,005
    +42,643
    +42,836
    +43,443
    +42,642
    +41,059
    +37,261
    +33,808
    +32,885
    +32,367 2011
    =476090

  3. zzyzx says:

    If they want my car, they’ll have to pry my cold dead fingers from it’s steering wheel.

  4. AT says:

    When there is a terrible drunk driving accident, congress does not pass laws on the size of rims you can have

    Snap.

  5. John Culver says:

    SOme states even allow people as young as 15 to drive through school zones, WHILE children are present.

    And other states allow mere children to drive FARM cars, which are higher power, and can crush people

  6. FredKey says:

    Yeah, but try carrying a concealed car. Very tricky.

  7. tomg51 says:

    A roadrunner is just a scary-looking satellite

  8. tomg51 says:

    Automatic cars should be illegal. Only politicians and their bodyguards should have them.
    You’ll just have to make do with your Hurst 4-speed…….

    No scary stuff, like “Boss”, “Hemi”, dual exhaust, rear spoilers, hood scoops…..

  9. hwuu says:

    Mackinac Island is a car free zone.

  10. cc says:

    Sure need licenses to run them, though!

  11. Marc says:

    @4 “When there is a terrible drunk driving accident…” democrats wouldn’t act on this in the past because it was probably Ted Kennedy at the wheel.

    Who needs six cylinders or God forbid eight. Shouldn’t two be enough for anybody? All that high capacity horse power needs to be reigned in to the point where if your car needs to get over a stick lying in the road you have to get out and push. That way if you crash into somebody it won’t kill them, heck they might not even know you are there.

    Relating cars to immigration…shouldn’t we stop calling them “stolen” cars? Maybe they should be undocumented automobiles and there has to be a path to ownership. So like, you know, you “acquire” an undocumented Ferrari you have to pay a $250 fine and do some paperwork or something. That should solve all the problems we have with “stolen” cars.

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