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Driving Your Audi In The US: The Rules You Should Know
We know that Audi drivers across the world will be looking for some of the best roads to take their car for a spin on, and here in the US, we have some of the best, including the infamous Route 66. It’s pretty straightforward for any European or Canadian driver to hop into their Audi and drive across the United States. The road signs are near identical, and everyone drives on the right-hand side of the road. The road network is extensive and well maintained, and generally, the driving experience is pretty pleasant if you follow the rules and are prepared. Still, there are a few differences that need to be taken into consideration, and that is what we are going to look at in this article.
First of all, it is important to remember that the United States is split into different states, and while many of the laws carry across, some rules are particular to certain states. Each one has its own way of dealing with traffic and road violations, particularly speeding, driving under the influence, using a mobile phone and driving without insurance. If you are planning on driving across states, make sure you do your research first.
Driving Under The Influence
Driving limits are similar to those in Europe, but if you are not sure, check with a local, a sheriff or even the bartender. Of course, it is best not to have a drink in the first place if you know you need to get behind the wheel of a car, but if you do find yourself in trouble after having a drink, contact https://klgdefense.com/st-petersburg/dui-attorney/ for legal advice.
This is something that varies from state to state, but as a general rule of thumb, it will be somewhere between 90kmph and 120kmph on major roads, and 88kmph and 100kmph on secondary roads. The most important thing you can do is to keep an eye out for the signs, as these will give you plenty of warning of any upcoming speed changes.
This is a legal requirement for all drivers, and in many areas, for passengers as well. It is also a requirement of many insurance policies that all people in the car are belted up appropriately. If little else, it can save lives in an accident, so click it in!
School buses and their passengers have a lot of protection here in the US, and for a good reason. You can identify a school bus easily – they are bright orange or yellow and have flashing lights. If a school bus stops and its lights start flashing, every vehicle in both directions must stop and wait for the passengers to exit the car and the bus to restart. Quite often, you find sheriffs lurking waiting to catch anyone who breaks this rule, as it is considered a severe breach of the U.S. highway code.
If You Are Beckoned To Stop By The Police:
Stop your vehicle at the earliest and safest moment at the side of the road. Do not leave your car and keep your hands in clear view at all times, preferably on the steering wheel and do not make any sudden movements. Wait for the police to officer to approach your vehicle.