Recently, while we were driving in Bowling Green we approached a curve and I slowed way down. That still didn't stop my car from nearly fishtailing into oncoming traffic. The road was wet.

We were fortunate that I was able to correct the skid and not come in contact with a big black SUV pulling a trailer. Wouldn't have been good. But it did make me think of fall and all the leaves that will land on streets and roads and become a traffic hazard. They're worse than rain, in my opinion.

But if I'm a motorcyclist, I have more hazards to deal with during the year than just fall and winter. Bikers have to take lawn-mowing season far more seriously than the rest of us. When that grass hits the road, it becomes slick--especially if the grass is wet.

Last year, a writer for the Murray Ledger & Times shared a story about the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and a great big grass blower they have to get grass off the road.

A couple of years ago, a Kentucky state senator pre-filed a bill that would make it a misdemeanor to blow grass onto the road, even though grass wasn't specifically mentioned and likely came under the broader heading of "debris." But I haven't been able to locate any follow-up in my searches.

So this officer from Flatwoods in Boyd County was just offering a friendly reminder:

And that picture has gone viral across the Commonwealth and beyond. That's because it IS a hazard for cyclists. I have friends who ride and they can attest to incidents that were a little touch-and-go.

Soon, this won't be an issue as autumn continues to descend and lawns begin to turn brown.

And then we'll have to worry about the leaves.

Dumb Kentucky Laws You Probably Didn't Know Were Still on the Books

Maybe lawmakers just assumed these were no longer valid since most of them are so silly.

LOOK: What major laws were passed the year you were born?

Data for this list was acquired from trusted online sources and news outlets. Read on to discover what major law was passed the year you were born and learn its name, the vote count (where relevant), and its impact and significance.