What laws in your states of ridiculous, if any? Are they ridiculous by themselves? Or in the lack of means to enforce them?
One law in Massachusetts that is actually pretty reasonable can be found with a search of “correctible diplopia and driver’s license”. www.lowvision.preventblindness.org should have driver license standard by state.
In MA one with unresolvable diplopia (double vision) cannot be granted any driver’s license. One with correctible double vision can, but with the condition they wear “an eye patch or other suppressive device”.
That’s very reasonable, but how is in enforced? Haven’t found any restriction for it, unlike the common ‘B’, or corrective lens restriction.
It’s not a question asked in RMV (Registry of Motor Vehicle) offices or in traffic stops. IMO The relying on the “honor system” for enforcement makes it in need of fine tuning.
What if any laws in your states of residence need refined? Or repealed?