10 Perfectly Legal Things That Should Be Illegal In 2023

Is there something legal that you wish was not? For example, I believe cars should have a price tag and sell at that price across the board. It is absurd that you must spend an entire day negotiating how much they want to screw you with instead of paying what the vehicle costs.

Nonetheless, a Redditor asked, “What is legal and should become illegal?” Here are the top-voted responses.

Unnecessarily Bright Dipped Headlights

Several people agreed, sharing being blinded stories before another said, “And the car industry has known they are blinding drivers and just keep making their lights brighter and more dangerous.”

Hiding Ingredients in Foods

One user answered, “Being allowed to hide ingredients in food by calling it natural flavors.” “And other toxic chemicals in skincare as fragrance,” another added.

Convenience Fees to Pay Bills and Do Taxes

One user expressed, “I just had to pay a deposit to get my parents an apartment, and I was charged almost $80 to use a credit card through their portal because that was the only option. No cash or check. Only credit card.”

Advertising Prescription Drugs

One user responded, “This is illegal in the EU + UK, Switzerland, etc.” “It's illegal everywhere except the US and New Zealand,” added another. A third commenter admitted, “First time I went on holiday to the US, I couldn't believe how weird that was.”

Volume Increases for Commercials

“Increasing the volume of commercials by twenty decibels,” one user replied. Someone believed it illegal, and another user clarified, “It's unlawful on BROADCAST TV. Streaming services don't fall under that regulation.”

Lying Politicians

It should be illegal to lie blatantly to voters while running for political office. We call it fraud and jail people for lying to gain financially.

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