Unusual European driving laws

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While driving in Europe, beware of these unusual driving laws:

France – all drivers are required to carry a breathalyser

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While driving in Europe, beware of these unusual driving laws:

France – all drivers are required to carry a breathalyser

Scandinavia – it is illegal to drive without headlights, even in daylight

Spain – if you need to wear glasses, you are required to carry an additional pair when driving

Germany – it is illegal to drive without Winter tyres at certain times of the year

Belarus – it is illegal to drive a dirty car

Spain – in some cities, cars must be parked on different sides of the road according to the day of the week

Serbia – compulsory equipment to be held by driver includes a tow bar and 3m rope

Russia – it is forbidden to pick up hitchhikers

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