On May 20, 1899, history's first activity ticket was issued to a New York taxicab driver, Jacob German who was dashing down Lexington Street at 12 mph. Following the time when, drivers have been contending about activity tickets with no true thought what the law is, simply building their convictions in light of urban myths that are often untrue. We rundown 10 of the most misjudged certainties about regular activity and different laws as advised to the creator by his father, a resigned police chief. (Note: laws fluctuate from state to state and some of the time from town to town. We realize that and are attempting to maintain a strategic distance from our own particular misunderstandings in that respect.) Tell us which laws you think numerous individuals misconstrue.