I searched the net, but did not really come up with anything. I guess if I really want to know for sure, I need to go to my local State Highway Patrol office and ask them. But, I think it's something relevent here. A discussion on talk radio tonight said if you are traveling, be sure to have all your meds in their original containers. Is it true that the only legal way to carry prescription drugs is in the original container from the drugist? I wonder if that is only when you are going out of the country, or if that means all the time? So, if I get it from a 90 day supplier, and it's in a 4" tall by 3" wide bottle, and I am on 10 meds, I would need a small suitcase to carry my meds to work with me? LOL - can you imagine the rattle of all the pills in the bottles as I go up the few steps to the entry door? Seriously, I wonder if I was speeding on my way home at night from work, and the police stopped me, and decided to search my purse, if I could be arrested for not having my meds in original containers? I currently have some meds in my purse in a little pill keeper. Ultram and hydracodenone, flexeril, topamax, naproxen, and singulair. A couple of those may be trouble. I do keep a little slip of paper with the pharmacy, perscription number, Dr. name, drug name and strength and the dose in my purse, mainly for emergency purposes. But, that's not the original containers. Anyone have any info on this? Or know of a way I can find out other than a visit to the local patrol office?