Mackinac Island, a well-known Michigan resort, is known for its fudge, historic sites and lack of cars.
On Saturday, US Vice President Mike Pence traveled in a motorcade through the island, which led to controversy.
You can see the series of cars in the following video taken and tweeted by Paul Egan of the Detroit Free Press:
Pence's transportation was quickly disrespected by many critics.
And Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlalib wrote:
Pence was on Mackinac Island for the Michigan Republican Leadership Conference, which took a long time there, and told the crowd that he had visited Mackinac many times when he was growing up and growing up Detroit News.
The ban on motorized vehicles on the island took place around 1900, according to the Star Tribune, when it became a tourist destination. There are some exceptions to such things as construction and emergency vehicles as well as police cars, the Star Tribune reported.
The White House did not immediately return Business Insider's request for comment.