The Associated Press
HELENA, — A Montana Department of Transportation public safety video that features a horse picking up a rider at a bar and intended as a metaphor to encourage drinkers to get a ride home is being taken literally in a state well known for its horse culture.
Helena Police Chief Troy McGee says he's received many calls from residents wanting to know if riding a horse while under the influence is legal.
McGee tells the Independent Record it is.
Montana law carefully defines a vehicle, and excludes those running under animal power.
The popular 30-second video titled "Sober...