Driving abroad can be tricky at the best of times, especially when you’re on the other side of the road on the wrong side of the car. And to make matters worse, every country around the world has its own driving laws to contend with – some of which can easily trip you up if you’re not used to local rules and customs.
If you’re thinking that driving abroad can’t be that hard, we invite you to take on our driving laws quiz, and put your knowledge of international road rules to the test. From Europe to the USA and beyond, we’ve put together 15 questions on the world’s weirder driving laws, some of which are guaranteed to raise an eyebrow or two for us sensible British motorists.
So, whether you’re planning an overseas driving holiday or simply fancy your chances, why not try your luck at our tricky international driving laws quiz below.
Thanks for taking part in the Brindley international driving laws quiz. How did you get on? Are you happy with your score? Or did some of the answers leave you a little nonplussed?
Driving abroad can always be a challenge, even for the most experienced of motorists. Whether you’re taking your car on the ferry to France or renting a motorhome for a dream road trip across the US, it always pays to read-up and research local driving rules before you go, to save yourself the embarrassment and expense of falling foul of local driving laws.
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