You know you’re in a car in Montana if:
—You find a roll of toilet paper is in the glove box.
—The rattling under the seat is caused by a can of bear spray.
—The car has not been washed in four months.
—The firearms are not concealed.
—You are traveling on a highway but have not passed a car going the other direction for fifteen minutes.
—Either mountains or sky fill the review mirror.
—You can’t read the bumper sticker on the truck in front of you because the sticker is too weathered and abused.