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Six ways that could get you fined in hot weather – including wearing flip flops

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motoring rules. For example, if you're caught wearing inappropriate footwear for driving, you could find yourself slapped with a £5,000 fine.Wearing flip flops behind the wheel isn't illegal but it could lead to a careless driving charge if you can't travel safely.Rule 97 of the Highway Code says you must have "footwear and clothing which doesn't prevent using controls correctly".As flip flops could slip off, you could risk yourself a huge deal of danger if it leads to a collision.Careless driving carries a £100 fine and three points on your licence but in some cases it could rise to £5,000 and nine points.It's important to observe the rules of each public space which can differ from one another.The Countryside Code said: "Only use BBQs.

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