Check out thirteen of the craziest driving laws in the world

Jun 27, 2017 | 0 comments

By Ana Bulnes

Are you taking a road trip this summer? If you’re going to be driving abroad, you should take a bit of time to research their local driving habits and their driving laws — things you’re used to doing when driving at home might be illegal in other countries.

For example, do you need to wear glasses? Buy a second pair in case you’re going to be driving in Spain, where you’re required to carry a spare pair in the vehicle. Forget about drinking (water) while you’re driving in Cyprus — it’s forbidden to eat or drink anything behind the wheel. And in Denmark, you have to check underneath your car for people before setting off. This infographic by VW Motor Parts will teach you about the 13 craziest driving laws around the world.

Credit: Matador Network,


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