What is State Lines?

We launched State Lines 3 years ago for Apple’s iOS for iPhone, it was our first ever mobile app. After traveling through multiple states and being caught off guard when we went to the grocery store to buy beer or wine – we had the idea.

thing that allows us frequent travelers to have a variety of state laws and variances at our finger tips, and quickly get up to speed.

State Lines is the information you need when traveling throughout the United States. Whether by RV, car, train, bike, space ship, plane or boat – you’re frequently crossing state lines, and always under new regulations, taxes and bans.

Compiled after over 7 years of full time RV road-tripping across the USA, and after many hours of research on state specific information, State Lines is an indispensable traveler’s guidebook to highly variable state regulations.

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