Unusual driving offences – what are they and how much could you be fined?

Did you know you could be fined £60 and get three penalty points for driving a car covered in snow? Find out more about this and other little-known driving offences...

1. Unusual driving offences – what are they and how much could you be fined?
Images of obscure motoring offences
Leaving snow on car roof
Car with mud-covered numberplate
Ambulance
Car splashing pedestrian
Dog in car
Speed trap warning sign
Glasses on a table
Using an unsecured sat nav
Man honking his car's horn in anger
Driving licence
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Some motoring offences are obvious, such as speeding and running red traffic lights, but there are quite a few other ways to break the law inadvertently break in your car.

Read our round-up of the 10 most obscure driving offences that you could commit without meaning to. It's important to bear them in mind because falling foul of them could get you a £5000 fine and up to six penalty points on your licence.

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