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Saturday, 9 April 2016

Eleven crazy traffic laws from around the world

In most of the developed countries, traffic laws violations are a serious crime and you can end up paying huge fines or even land in jail. Here are the top 11 crazy traffic laws of various cities, counties and countries.

1. Spain
If you do not have a healthy eyesight: Guess What! The state law requires you to carry one extra pair of glasses in your vehicle when driving or pay the fine.
2. Florida
You need a license to legally SKATEBOARD! Weird?
3. Denver
A car whose color is multi-talented, empowering and elegant is BANNED to drive on Sundays. Yep! You guessed it right. Any BLACK CAR by law is banned to be driven on Sundays.
4. New Jersey
Here, you CANNOT frown at any cop or you shall pay the price in terms of FINE.
5. Arkansas
It is illegal to honk at any car where drinks and/or sandwiches are served after 9 p.m.
6. France
(BYOB – Bring Your Own Breathalyser) All drivers must carry a Breathalyser Kit always, if found without one when checked, you could be fined €17. And breathalyser kits are disposable, meaning they can only be use once and you throw them away. You’ll to keep a carton with you just so you have one til the next police stop.
7. Russia
You must keep you car clean and neat, driving a DIRTY CAR can end you up with fine of N18,000 ($58)
8. Cyprus
Don’t even think about sipping that chilled drink! – OR you will end up paying €85 for road law violation
9. Manila
How do you control traffic? Well, you find the ones whose vehicles License Plate number end in 1 and 2 on Monday, 3 and 4 on Tuesdays and so on and FINE them. This is THE LAW!
10. Estonia
All vehicles MUST CARRY two Wheel Chocks (triangular wooden blocks to be positioned next to tyres when parked), First-Aid kit, Fire Extinguisher, two Warning Triangles, moreover you must keep your headlights ON at all times.
11. Luxemburg
My vehicle doesn’t have windshield. (You maybe in an Aerial Atom) Right, but still you need to pay the fine since you require Windscreen Wipers by law regardless of whether you have a windscreen or not.

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