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Montana is a state of the United States of America.
Western Montana is full of beautiful forests and even when you are stuck waiting, the scenery makes it OK.
Many of the non-interstate highways in Montana DO NOT PREVENT pedestrians, and are therefore suitable for hitching. However, the speed limit is quite high, so a highly visible spot is essential.
I rate the state of Montana among the friendly states for hitching!
61-8-507. Pedestrian soliciting rides, business, or contributions. (1) A person may not stand on a roadway for the purpose of soliciting a ride.
As with most states, if you are hitching from the shoulder or berm of the highway, you are not committing a crime.
Winter in Montana can become frigidly cold. Care should be taken to dress warmly and to avoid getting stuck out in the cold.
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