10 weird driving laws from around the world!
A dirty car? You are fined
If you are feeling lazy to clean your car in Russia and still want to drive, be ready to be fined upto 2,000 roubles.
Don't yell or curse!
in Rockville, Maryland; it's illegal to curse in public, else you could be asked to pay a fine up to $100 or can be booked in jail up to 90 days.
Don't you ever turn your car's headlights off!
This may sound absurd or strange to many, but in Sweden it's necessary to keep your headlights on 24 hours a day. We understand that it's required for places as cold as Sweden during winter, but you cannot turn your car's lights off even if it's June and weather looks just fine
You can drink while driving, but you should not be drunk!
In Costa Rica, you can take alcohol while driving as long as your blood-alcohol level isn't above 0.75 per cent.
In San Francisco, California, it is against law to wipe the car in a car wash with a used underwear
Don't sit in the front seat if you are drunk
Drinking and driving is illegal, and that certainly should be. But in Macedonia, if one is "visibly under the influence of alcohol", he/she cannot sit in the front seats.
Make sure that your driver isn't drunk too
In Japan, being a sober passenger isn't enough, if the driver is intoxicated, the passenger, also, can be punished under the law.
Carry an extra pair of glasses
If you wear prescription glasses, it's necessary to carry a spare pair in your car under law, else you can be fined in Spain.Women cannot drive
Weird, as it may sound, but Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that doesn't allow women to get behind the wheel.
Your number plate can be a problem too
In Manila, you cannot drive your car on Monday if the number plate ends with 1 or 2.Wearing shirt is mandatory while driving
In Thailand, it's mandatory to wear a shirt while driving, going topless can fine equal to a few hundred baht.