If you look hard enough you can find some strange laws in every city, state, and country. Some are outdated and unenforced, and others still rule. If you are planning on traveling it’s always a good idea to check out the legalities in your destination. But if you are planning on driving abroad? You absolutely need to be aware. Even if you aren’t, it’s interesting to see how other countries handle things. And there are some unusual road rules out there.
Looking4.com compiled this list of unusual driving rules throughout the world. And some are sure to shock you. From birthday suits being permitted to fines for locking your keys in your car or having to leave your headlights on at all times. Failure to comply can result in large fines.
A spokesperson from Looking4.com commented: “When driving abroad it’s wise to check out the local rules around driving before setting off to avoid unpleasant surprises. As the largest UK-owned airport operator we’ll ensure a safe and relaxed take-off, while you familiarise yourself with the rules at your destination.”
After reading these, I think I’ll be sure to never drive outside of the US. Actually, I most likely would have avoided that anyway. Check out some of the most unusual road rules across the world below.