Ridiculous and Weird Traffic Laws From Around the World

The law is something that we all have to follow and obey, whether we like it or not, whether it is reasonable or ridiculous, whether it is your own country or you are just visiting. And traffic laws are not an exception. In a matter of fact, almost every country is famous for having traffic laws that no other country will even think of. That’s what makes them weird, funny, interesting, and challenging to follow.

The State of Marijuana Law

Recently eight US states voted FOR marijuana legalization. Arkansas, North Dakota, Florida and Montana now allow patients to use much needed medicine without breaking the law. California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada have fully opened up and now allow marijuana for adult recreational use. These are great wins for the cannabis sativa plant but the federal government has not caught up yet.

Road Trippers: Drug Driving in the UK

The UK has a severe drug driving problem. As of March 2015 it is illegal to drive in the UK if you are either, unfit to do so because you’re on legal or illegal drugs, or if you have above a specified level of an illegal drug in your blood stream (the drugs don’t need to be effecting your driving). Here is an infographic that looks at “drug driving” in the UK.

Nevada Gun Laws & Gun Ownership By State

Ladah Law Firm has created this infographic with the intention of helping people understand the laws surrounding open & concealed carry as well as a number of other related Nevada gun laws. It outlines some key details on Nevada gun laws including concealed & open carry, transport, permits, legal guns, sales, etc.

Drunk Driving vs High Driving

Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be very dangerous, and often fatal. So that is why Canada during the process of legalizing marijuana should regulate using the substance, especially while driving. This infographic compares drunk driving laws and practices in the USA and Canada.