Think twice before driving topless in Thailand – Police can issue fines if they believe your bare flesh oversteps the boundary of taste and decency.
It's a strict no on sounding your hooter outside any Arcansas sandwich shop after 9PM, but the urban no-horn after dark rule is actully barely any more strict than the UK Highway Code.
Wildlife rules on the open plains of South Africa, and as such, it offers the same right of way as pedestrians. You could be fined for not halting to let animals cross.
Costa Rica may not be the only country where drinking alcohol behind the wheel isn't technically illegal. However, as with almost everywhere else, being drunk in charge certainly is.
Singapore is one of the most carefully planned cities in the road, with pedestrians and traffic kept separate where possible. If you drive within 50m of a pedestrian, you could be fined!
Like to show off on two wheels? Best not pop a wheelie in Gailsburg IL: "fancy cycling" is strictly prohibited on the city streets.
Drivers in Cyprus must keep both hands on the wheel. Naturally, this means no holding a phone to your ear at the wheel, but it also means offensive hand gestures are effectively outlawed.
Drivers in Spain who need corrective lenses to drive must wear them at all times, and are obliged to carry a spare pair in the car, just in case.
If you're worried whether you can make it to the next service station, don't venture onto a German Autobahn – breaking down after running out of fuel is seen as neglectful driving.
Car washes in Russia ought to do good trade – the country's police can pull a car over and issue a fine if it's 'too dirty'.
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