Driving overseas can be a confusing experience and being unaware of different countries rules could land drivers in hot water. Motoring experts have researched the most unusual driving laws across the globe that travelers will likely be completely unaware of when they get behind the wheel. Driving laws vary across the globe, you can be fined for not locking your car in most of Australia and it’s a good idea to honk when passing Prince Edward Island in Canada. Some of the rules can be perceived as common knowledge, but other laws may come across as quite unusual for road users. Here are seven unique driving laws from around the world:South Africa: No need for insuranceWhile it’s one of the biggest driving laws in the UK, road users in South Africa don’t need to purchase insurance when driving a car.
Source: Ethiopian News October 02, 2022 03:37 UTC