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Yes, driving a car in public, where people can see you, while naked from the waist down is illegal due to the risk of obscene exposure. If you're wearing underwear or a swimsuit, you could likely get away with it - but maybe ask yourself why it's essential to leave the house without pants on in the first place. While our research into road safety laws across Australia didn't raise any specific red flags for driving without pants on, we found that laws surrounding public nudity exist in all states and territories of Australia. Driving without pants on isn't really a safety issue - like driving without a horn or driving with one headlight out - so it's not something you can search on a road authority website, but it's definitely addressed in other parts of the law.

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America has plenty of weird driving lawsand plenty of car safety laws, but most lawmakers seem unconcerned with whether you are operating your vehicle in the buff.

It may be shocking to hear, but few states have laws expressly prohibiting driving naked. Of course, you can only drive your car naked in states where you can be nude in public.

Driving naked: can you get into legal trouble?

But that includes a surprising amount of the country. There are no laws expressly prohibiting driving in your birthday suit. In every state, if you are driving around a crowded place, obviously naked, and someone complains, you can get in legal trouble for indecent exposure.

An important distinction: your car is not a private space, like your house. So while operating your car, you are subject to whatever local laws affect public spaces. But they are just that: legends.

2. driving barefoot or totally buck naked

It is perfectly legal to drive barefoot in all fifty states. In fact, slippery shoes or boots that get in the way of your pedals make the list of what not to wear when driving. But your bare feet do not. Just because it is legal to drive barefoot does not mean it is safe.

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Many believe barefoot drivers are slower to use their brakes. Therefore, if a barefoot operator causes an accident, police could cite them for reckless driving.

So kick off your shoes with caution. It is legal for male-bodied people to take their shirts off in public in all fifty states.

This is why it is not uncommon to see men driving shirtless on a hot day. Female-bodied people have pointed out that this law is unfair. As a result, many states have passed legislation saying that anywhere men can go topless, women can too.

Is driving naked illegal?

As a result, Utah, Indiana, and Tennessee are the only three states with laws expressly prohibiting female-bodied people from being topless in public. Though the other 47 states do not expressly prohibit toplessness, drivers may still be able to get into trouble.

Many cities have laws against toplessness that contradict state laws. In other places, a person can leave their house topless but cannot take their top off while in public.

In addition, thirteen states have no laws that either permit or prohibit toplessness. In these states, toplessness is a legal gray area. It is wise to research local laws before driving naked or topless.

Is it legal to drive topless?

There are no laws expressly forbidding driving while naked. If someone is offending or annoying others, driving naked may classify as indecent exposure. While in a car, a naked driver might just appear shirtless. But getting in and out of their vehicle is a bit trickier.

There are multiple stories of nude drivers getting in trouble when they were pulled over and police asked them to get out of their vehicle. Because they had nothing to put on, they were charged with indecent exposure. Home News.

Nudity laws vary by state.

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