Despite Britain’s vote to leave the EU, nothing has actually changed yet; at least nothing that stops you from enjoying a European road trip. But before you load up the car and cross the channel, you could do with knowing about some of Europe’s more peculiar motoring laws.
Of course, you don’t have to drive to Europe to drive in Europe, so this list is equally handy if you’re planning to rent a car during your break away…
Bring your breathalyser to France
The country which most cross-channel motorists will encounter on their Euro drive is France so you should know that you’re legally obliged to always carry a valid breathalyser in your car.