BRITS could be slapped with a £94 fine if they ignore a little-known driving rule in Spain.
Lawyer Mark Anderson shares tips and tricks for travellers to help them stay out of trouble with the law.
He warned his followers about an unusual rule which could land tourists in hot water while driving in Spain.
"Driving with one hand or arm outside of the vehicle can lead to a fine of $120 (£94)," Mark said.
In a video, he also warned that Spain has tougher laws for drivers – including requiring liability insurance for visiting motorists.
Mark said the country also has stricter rules on drink driving with lower limits and harsher penalties.
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Tourists can also be fined for driving without wearing a shirt, being barefoot, or wearing flip-flops.
While being shirtless isn't illegal, Spanish law bans anything that impacts safe driving.
That is said to include wearing "inappropriate" clothes and could see holidaymakers slapped with the £170 bill.
The same rules apply to footwear.
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It isn't the only law you could be breaking while on holiday in Spain.
Several tourist hotspots, including Barcelona and the Canary Islands, ban smoking on the beach, with fines of up to £1,700.
Wearing your swimwear off the beach also could see you paying out while enjoying the sunshine.
It's not just Spain where there are strange driving laws too.
Here are seven other driving laws you need to be aware of when travelling abroad.
And here are five other Spanish laws to be aware of too.
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