The highway code is full of rules, for this reason all motorists should know them all, in order not to risk getting fined or even having their license withdrawn and imprisoned.
In some cases, however absurd or exaggerated it may seem, motorists also risk criminal consequences.
There are those who violate the regulations without knowing it, then there are those who violate the rules instead and hopes never to be subjected to controls and therefore not to be caught. And then there are those who inevitably find themselves having to drive in the middle not respecting the rules, relying on luck.
Unfortunately karma chases us and sooner or later makes us pay dearly for everything. That’s why the best choice that any motorist, motorcyclist or driver of any means can make is to travel in good standing, both with their own means and with the means of others.
What all motorists in the world should know
For example, not many people know that there are opportunitiesi where you should never drive both to not put yourself at risk, and not to put the lives of others at risk and not to gamble for your driving license once and for all.
In particular, you should never drive, when you go to celebrate the birthday of a friend, a relative, a wedding, an anniversary, in short, any occasion.
The reason is quite simple and intuitive. Celebrating means going to a restaurant all together and toasting. However, the law does not accept celebrations or ignorance, so if a check by the police forces you to test positive for the alcohol test, you pay the consequences which unfortunately are quite serious.
What you risk by driving in inadequate conditions
The law punishes anyone who drives while intoxicatedabove all given that during these years, the deaths have increased precisely because of the unlimited fun and of those who, despite having to drive, raise their elbows more than they should.
In this case, drunk driving is punishable by imprisonment from six months to one year and a fine ranging from €1,500 to €6,000 if the alcohol content exceeds 1.5 grams per liter.
Instead you risk fines of €3200 e arrest up to six months if you drive with a blood alcohol content between 0.8 and 1.5 g/l. In both cases there is also the risk of the seizure of the vehicle and the withdrawal of the driving licence, especially if fatal accidents are caused in these conditions.