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What Are the 10 Strangest Traffic Laws in the World?

Until someone writes new and even more absurd laws, RideLust's 10 strangest traffic laws in the world are:

  • In Luxembourg, all vehicles must have windshiled wipers, even if they don't have a windshield

  • In Singapore, driver's can't come within 50 meters of a pedestrian crossing the street

  • In Beijing, it's illegal for drivers to stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk

  • In Saudi Arabia, women are only allowed to drive on selected roads, most non-public

  • In Japan, drivers must be especially courteous after a rainstorm.  Splashing pedestrians gets you fined.

  • In South Africa, drivers must yield to livestock crossing the road

  • Australian taxis must carry a bale of hay in their trunk

  • British men can urinate in public, as long as its on the rear tire of their car

  • In Denmark, you must yoeld to a horse drawn carriage if you're making the horse uncomfortable

  • It's illegal to run out of gas on the Autobahn in Germany


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