Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement: In what country is it illegal to drive a dirty car?

There was much discussion about driver’s ignorance of motoring laws abroad, which sent the London Telegraph scurrying to find some unusual ones. Apparently it is illegal to drive in the Belarus with a dirty car. Most of us know by now that, in France, all drivers are required to carry a breathalyser. In Russia it is forbidden to pick up hitchhikers. In Serbia drivers must always carry a tow bar and 3m rope. In Germany it is illegal to drive without winter tyres at certain times of the year. In Scandinavia it is illegal to drive without headlights, even in daylight. In Spain, if you need to wear glasses, you are required to carry an additional pair when driving while in some Spanish cities, cars must be parked on different sides of the road according to the day of the week.

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