Hungary Allows Drunk Cycling - Emerging Europe Real Time - WSJ.html

Version 2

    A Hungarian government decree that allows cyclists to drink and ride on major roads came as a surprise!!

     

    In a country with zero tolerance for driving under the influence, a Hungarian government decree that allows cyclists to drink and ride on major roads came as a surprise over the weekend.

    Hungary, which fines drunk drivers heavily, takes away licenses, bans them from driving and locks them up in jail if they’ve caused an accident, since Saturday allows cycling regardless of the level of intoxication provided that cyclists are capable of steering.

     

    Read more:

    http://blogs.wsj.com/emergingeurope/2014/07/21/hungary-allows-drunk-cycling/?mod=WSJBlog&mod=emergingeurope