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Driving in france - new laws

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Just started thinking about a trip to France later this year and found out that our French friends have implemented new driving laws which could catch us unsuspecting visitors out.
There is now a requirement for all cars to carry an unused and working alcohol breath tester at all times.
Speed camera detectors even those in Tom Tom type sat nav units are now illegal and must be disabled. The French have removed speed camera warning signs too.
So beware. Big on the spot fines could be payable.

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