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Is it legal to urinate in a car?

Rakos

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First I'm lucky to be a guy in this case so finding a clean bathroom isn't necessary to urinate. I can do that anywhere. Also all of my windows are tinted even a slight tint on the windshield. I've only had to go in the car once and left the can on the road for scrap collectors.
Pee bombs...OMG...8>)

Humans are so crazy....8>O

Hope it wasn't a mountain dew....8>)

Rakos
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MusicMan03

Member
I drop loads all over town. I've mastered the art of acting like I'm looking for something in my floorboard. The car and front door cover 3 directions, my back covers the 4th.
 

Iziba

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I would think, as long as nobody can see your talkywhacker, it’s ok. I usually find an alley. One time I did, out of spite, dropped a deuce in a garbage can at a gas station. Actually, I do that quite frequently in bathrooms where I can lock the door. Did get caught once when the door didn’t latch.
I usually do upper deckers
 

justfacts

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Only if you film it or drink it or try to flaunt it, question is , if you did pee in bottle , why would anyone see , let alone an officer, pretty sure I’d just go to the woods and try to hide it as most would not feel comfy pissing in front of people
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Even if in a bottle
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Cover yourself and probly deal with dribble as well with some sort of shirt , towel, or what ,that lazy you would just zip it back up, actually quite a lot of thought would need to go into it I think?
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And the real question is if you need to ask a question like that, how in the world are you a moderator. And I’m the clueless one
 

MiamiKid

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Would hop
I'm sure a lot of male drivers on the forum have at some point resorted to using a bottle or cup in emergencies. My question is, is it legal? And if an officer were to see someone doing it, or if were reported, could they be arrested/charged for it?
Hope it's very illegal!

Sounds like a very different social class that would even think of such a thing.
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I just pull over on a dark side street.
Turn off the interior lights but leave the headlights on.
Open both front and rear passenger doors and whip it out and hopefully you have good aim to not piss on the interior door.
Very lower class!
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I'm sure a lot of male drivers on the forum have at some point resorted to using a bottle or cup in emergencies. My question is, is it legal? And if an officer were to see someone doing it, or if were reported, could they be arrested/charged for it?
Seriously?
 
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Coachman

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Are bathrooms that hard to find in some areas? My area has plenty of places to stop. Outdoor restaurants everywhere so bathrooms are easy to access. Personally I prefer Publix Grocery store bathrooms, they are always clean.
If I'm five minutes away from a bathroom that can be too late for me. If I've had a long ride from the airport to a residential neighborhood, it might be a couple miles to the nearest gas station.

Conversely, if I find myself downtown there's no convenient place to park and go inside. So I'll just find the nearest unoccupied parking space and discretely take care of business. Preferably on a side street with no pedestrian traffic. Construction zones are good spots. Even if the workers see you they don't care.
 

Stevie The magic Unicorn

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Jugs of Pee


Where's a 2-story outhouse when you need it?

Washington State gets tough with its 2003 Anti-Urine-filled bottles campaign....

Washington State gets tough with its 2003 Anti-Urine-filled bottles campaign....

Jugs of Pee appear to be a national epidemic, although reports continue to emanate chiefly from the West. The littering of highways with urine-filled plastic bottles is traditionally linked to weak bladdered long-haul rig drivers, despite official denials by trucker trade associations.

Now authorities suspect a crossover into the general driving population, judging by the amount of bottles surprising road crews. Crews in southeastern Washington state reported over 1,000 bottles in a one month period for a 100 mile section of highway.

The bottles are predominantly plastic beverage containers from convenience stores -- milk, juice, etc. Capped and thrown from a moving vehicle, some retain their seal. In the summer heat, urine bottles build up pressure and when nudged by a clean-up crew may explode, or be spun into the air by lawnmower blades.

In recent years, states have added laws to the books to punish pee tossers. In 1999, North Dakota opted not to post urine bottle fine signs on all its highways -- the state legislature decided it would hurt an already poor state image.

Truck drivers officially condemn the practice, and feel they have been unfairly stained with accusations and innuendo. But then there's the case of the big rig driver found dead in a one-vehicle accident in Utah, his pants down around his knees and an open plastic bottle of urine on the cab floor....

California had insisted in the past that it didn't have much of a problem, citing plentiful fast food restrooms as deterrents. Yet one Adopt-a-Highway Safety Bulletin from that state addresses Urine Bottle handling for clean-up volunteers, noting "report the urine to Caltrans... Sometimes people use unclosed, recyclable containers for urine disposal. If your group takes home recyclable items for redemption, please use caution. Resist the temptation to empty containers of unknown liquids." Other state Adopt-a-Highway programs in the west caution volunteers to leave the urine-filled bottles for the pros.

As despicable as the Jugs of Pee issue is, it fades to a pale yellow when compared to the little reported Bags o' BM problem. Crews are stumbling upon plastic bags containing human feces.

We don't get how this even works.

With Jugs of Pee, drivers don't have to slow down to commit the crime. How are drivers managing this BM feat? The ratio appears to be roughly 20:1 -- for every 1,000 bottles of urine there are about 50 bags of feces.

We found info on Jugs of Pee in news accounts, but activity reported east of the Mississippi is oddly absent. We're asking roadtrippers this summer to keep one eye on the shoulder and tell us what you're seeing, and who's peeing.

OUR OFFICIAL POSITION:

Roadsideamerica.com condemns the practice of peeing into a bottle or crapping into a bag and tossing on a US highway. You animals.
September 2008: A new flap of urine-filled bottles erupted in Oregon along I-84. The media seems to want to tie it to this year's elevated gas prices, which apparently puts more pressure on the bladders of long-haul truckers to stay on the road and pee in plastic bottles.

August 2006: Officials increasingly refer to pee bottles as "Trucker Bombs."

The Utah Department of Transportation reports that their maintenance crews pick up 20,000 urine bottles a year. Zip-Lock Bags are also carrying unwanted payloads.

March 2004: Western states clamp down! Effective July 1, 2004, the state of Wyoming will charge apprehended pee bottlers and crap baggers with a misdemeanor, subject to $1,000 maximum fine and possibly even time in a jail cell. Montana passed similar legislation in 2003.

July 2003: Washington state launched an agressive public awareness campaign to combat the proliferation of Jugs of Pee on its highways. One poster depicts a gallon milk jug, partly filled with an amber liquid, above the text: "Okay, one last time: This is not a urinal." While well-intentioned, we fear this may act as a "how-to" guide to copycat jug pissers.
 

Benjamin M

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Wait , you mean I'm the only one driving around with a catheter?! Damn it! 😜

My Dad had prostate cancer, total prostatectomy. His trick for a while after surgery was to carry a urinal and pretend to be looking for something in the car, using the doors for cover. Never had a problem.

They have disposable urinals on Amazon that clump up like kitty litter, avoiding leaks and odor. I often find myself out in the middle of nowhere with a full bladder, considering them for a quick tinkle inside my car at a quiet spot.

Regarding the law, eh. I don't think any decent cop will do anything if nature calls and you're a ride share driver. Officers that I have encountered have been awesome. Dodged a well deserved speeding ticket when he saw the Uber decal and also left a sobriety checkpoint trying to get to a pax without any incident because of the trade dress. We're keeping drunks off the road, mad respect from the law here in Richmond.
 

corniilius

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OK, if I need to pee, and find a car that's unlocked, or window down;
It's probably illegal if I Pee in that car! LOL
Convertibles are usually pretty good Target's.
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Let's cut to the heart of this question: You have to ask if exposing yourself in public is illegal?
Well, does it count as exposing yourself when nobody can see anything?
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Would hop


Hope it's very illegal!

Sounds like a very different social class that would even think of such a thing.
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Very lower class!
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Seriously?
New Target acquired. I hope he drives a convertible.
 
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justfacts

Active Member
It's not just uber drivers either:

If this storie is true, I would rather execute those responsible for this ( corporate officers who think of employees as commodities) however with that being said , most stories have an axe to grind one way or another , so in the end if this country evokes to that mentality , I predict a revolution in the future , as if true , eventually people rise up and slay their masters, history proves this out
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Can only imagine if this is true. I hope it is not, as we are not robots, we are actually human, at least to some
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I just cannot believe that we have a evolved to that , I really want to believe it though, even if not entirely true, I actually think that’s the way we are headed anyways, ( the old man in me is very cynical)! And for many reasons as I’ve seen worse in other country’s around the world.
 

KK2929

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I'm sure a lot of male drivers on the forum have at some point resorted to using a bottle or cup in emergencies. My question is, is it legal? And if an officer were to see someone doing it, or if were reported, could they be arrested/charged for it?
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The charge would be indecent exposure, if someone walks by and can see the " soft tissue thingy".:redface:
Disposing of the urine is another problem, since it is bio-hazard material. Dumping anywhere other than a toilet would be a violation.
 

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