You’re probably fed up with reading about your favorite (and not so favorite) celebrities getting arrested for driving under the influence. Well, if they were driving in these few countries, they wouldn’t have been arrested, because they wouldn’t have been committing a crime in the first place.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is the second biggest country in Africa. It’s also the 11th largest country on the planet. However, not even one of Congo’s presidents has ever accepted the fact that drinking under the influence of alcohol and drugs should be illegal. There are absolutely no drink-driving laws in the country.
Vietnam had about half a million vehicles twenty years ago. Back in 2009 30 million cars were speeding up and down Vietnamese streets. Nowadays nobody can tell for sure how many drunk drivers race each other in Vietnam, because this Asian country also doesn’t consider DUI a crime.
In Indonesia drivers might land in prison if they don’t have their seatbelts on, but there are no laws against drunk driving. Togo, Gabon, Ethiopia, Angola, Comoros, Bhutan and Burkina Faso also don’t consider DUI as illegal.