Ordinary and Extraordinary uses of the public highways and roads

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In the United States of America, the public highways and roads can be used for ordinary (private) and extraordinary (special) purposes with a motor vehicle.

One who is using the public highways and roads with a motor vehicle for extraordinary (special) purposes, is engaged in a business and must obtain a license (permit) from a particular State to pursue it. One who is using the public highways and roads with a motor vehicle for ordinary (private) purposes, is engaged in travel and can only be regulated.

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