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The Most Unusual Driving Laws from Around the World

The Most Unusual Driving Laws from Around the World

In Thailand, it is illegal to drive shirtless and you could end up with a warning or a ticket!

If you are driving in Denmark, you must check for sleeping children under your car before setting off

It’s illegal to have your sat-nav set up to alert you to speed cameras in France

In Italy, driving in certain historic zones without a permit is illegal

Make sure you have a packet of mints if you are in Ontario! You are not allowed in a taxi with bad breath!

In Manila, the number of days you can drive is limited depending on the last 4 digits of your number plate

It is illegal to urinate in public in the UK,  unless you are by the rear wheel, touching your car!

You must have a breathalyser in your car at all times when driving in France

Splashing a pedestrian is illegal in both the UK  and Japan!

In Finland, all taxi drivers must have a licence to play recorded music whilst carrying passengers

Don’t forget to fill your tank before heading on the Autobahn in Germany. It’s illegal to stop, even if you run out of fuel!

In Denver, Colorado it is illegal to drive a black car on Sunday (although I don’t think it’s enforced all that much!)

Make sure your car is sparkling before driving in Russia – it is illegal to drive around in a dirty car!

In California, it is illegal to jump from a car travelling at 65 mph…just in case you were wondering

Shhh! Slamming your car door is prohibited in Switzerland

In Massachusetts, it’s illegal to operate a car with a gorilla in the back. Of course!

In Macedonia, you need to appoint a designated driver AND designated front seat passenger as both have to be sober!

 

 

 

 

 

*Some of these may or may not be true.