Could it be true? A traffic law that actually makes sense and feels fair and just?

We can't wrap our brains around this right now. This may be the first time in history that someone has written about a law in Idaho that actually is perfectly acceptable and fair.

First of all, who knew there was even a law about daytime running lights in Idaho? More specifically, there really isn't one. According to a spokesman for the Idaho State Police, the rule is pretty simple:

I see nothing in Idaho Code that requires daytime driving lights.

Don't think you can drive blind all the time, though. Idaho code says that drivers must have their headlights on whilst driving between sunset and sunrise. So, basically, turn on your headlights at night, duh. While it's not a law, many experts say that having daytime running lights on can help other drivers see you, therefore decreasing the chances of you being involved in an accident.