Strange Driving Laws. Driving laws in Asia, Europe, and America.
Strange Driving Laws
Driving abroad can be a stressful experience, especially when you are on the left-hand side of the car driving on the right side of the road. As if it wasn't enough to be in an unfamiliar driving position, there are some places in the world with some utterly bizarre driving laws that you should definitely be aware of.
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The following is a lot of things that are forbidden, and punishable by law, from around the world:
We'll begin our tour of the world's weirdest driving laws by examining some odd rules to abide by in Asian countries
As crazy as the rules are in America, there are some strange ones to get your head around on our own continent:
The biggest list of weird driving laws comes from America, and because it is such a big country, it is bound to have some bonkers driving rules, a lot of which come from California.
In California it is illegal:
In other American states:
Rest of the World
These last two come from Africa and the Middle East respectively to round off the crazy road laws that exist in the world: