Monday, August 10, 2015

Weirdest Traffic Laws From Around the World

In Massachusetts, it's okay to have a gorilla in the car, but
only if it's in the passenger seat. No back seat allowed.
Ladies- is it too much trouble to get dressed to drive to the beach so you're just going to go in your swimsuit? Well if you live in Kentucky, state law says you have to carry a weapon for self-defense when driving in your swimsuit.

In the United Arab Emirates, you must yield to camels. In Croatia, a spare set of headlight bulbs are required to be carried in the car. And Austrian police officers are allowed to "guess" how fast you are going and issue speeding tickets based on this.

These are just a few of the weird and wacky driving laws from around the world included in this Daily Mail article. Check it out, there's some crazy stuff. 

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