7 Things You Can’t Legally Mail in Montana
Mailing things these days can be a process. For me I am very aware of what I put in the mail. For example I no longer mail checks for bills from my personal mailbox. If I am going to mail a bill, I drop it off at the post office. I was the victim of someone stealing my a check out of my mailbox in the past. I know that I am still a bit "old-fashioned", but not all of my bills have are paid online. There have been warnings about putting your checks in the mail.
We recently had to ship some Montana huckleberry jam to South Dakota, it was because we lost a bet. They asked me about what I was putting in the mail. There are restrictions as to what you can put in the mail in Montana. Before we get to that, did you know that you can mail a potato in Montana? You can also mail a hula hoop and a flip-flop. On the other side of that here are 7 things that are illegal to put in the mail in Montana according to the USPS.
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You May Not Know About the Liquor Box
There are a lot of regulations when it comes to alcohol. One interesting piece of information, you can't mail a box that has any alcohol labeling on the box. I once tried to mail some clothes that were in an old whiskey bottle box and they wouldn't accept it at the post office. I had to repackage the shipment in order for me to mail it. The rules and regulations that the post office uses are to keep everyone safe who deliver your mail.