I’m extremely confident to say this — the car owners in Russia have the cleanest cars in the world. I’m positive they wash their cars more frequently than the rest of the whole world’s car owners. Yep, that’s for sure because it’s illegal to drive a dirty car in Russia.
Also, I would drink gallons of water before driving a car in Cyprus. You know why? Drinking, then driving in Cyprus is illegal; including drinking water! On the otherhand, you won’t succeed in persuading me to drive in South Africa. Why? — believe it or not… in that beautiful country, animals have the right of way!
Let’s check driving in Asia now. In The Philipines, particularly Manila, you must check your license plate number first before driving on a Monday. You’ll surely get in trouble if your car plate ends with the numbers 1 or 2.
We asked some of the representatives of MMDA, or the Metro Manila Development Authority, why, and they explained to us — they prohibit those cars to run on Mondays, so they can limit the number of vehicles roaming on the streets especially on the start of the week. This, they added, results in more driveable highways particularly on Mondays.
As a final note, I found a marvel here if you want to see more of these strange driving laws.
Infographic provided by Think Insurance
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