How wearing these clothes or shoes could earn you a 5K fine or road ban
With summer upon us, and forecasters predicting a welcome stretch of sun, life just feels a little more carefree ... and that includes our clothes.
But drivers shouldn't get too comfortable in their loose-fitting summerwear, those flip-flops and long skirts could land them on the wrong side of the law.
Here is a list ofall the clothes and shoes that could lead to a 5,000 fine, points on the licence or even a road ban.
De-layering while driving
Taking off clothes at the wheel might seem a necessary job to cool down but it could land you with a fine.
In fact, motorists could face fines of up to 5,000 for removing layers of clothing behind the wheel when it gets too warm.
If pulled over for delayering, police could slap you with a 100 on-the-spot fine and three penalty points for careless driving.
But, if the incident goes to court, the penalty for driving without due care and attention could leave motorists with fines of up to 2,500, or 5,000 in extreme cases, with motorists even issued penalty points and a possible driving ban.