10 Strange Driving Laws in Canada
Every country has some strange laws on the books that may or may not be enforced by law enforcement. Canada is no different when it comes to strange laws. Some of the strangest laws on the books in Canada revolve around driving. Check out these 10 strange driving laws that are currently on the books in the provinces and territories of Canada!
- In Ontario, one-horse open sleighs must be equipped with at least two bells
- It is legal to cross double solid lines while passing in Ontario
- Drivers are required to honk while passing other vehicles in Prince Edward Island
- It is illegal to drive on private property to avoid red lights in Quebec
- Taxi drivers in Halifax must wear shoes, socks, and clean clothing at all times. They are also prohibited from wearing t-shirts
- It is illegal to hold onto a moving vehicle while on the highway in Saskatchewan
- Drivers in British Columbia cannot coast down hills with their vehicles in neutral
- It is illegal to race or furiously drive any horse or other animals on a highway in Ontario
- You can be ticketed for texting in the drive-thru in most of the 10 Canadian provinces
- On highways where the speed limit is 80km/h in British Columbia, drivers can be ticketed for driving in the left lane without passing or preparing to turn
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