Is it illegal to drive barefoot in Australia?

Is it illegal to drive barefoot in Australia?

“If a driver had obviously unsuitable footwear (as an exaggerated example, fins) on his feet, he would be fined for ‘driving without proper control or negligent driving’. Likewise, if shoes unsuitable for driving were removed and stuck behind the brake pedal, resulting in a collision, careless driving would again be looked for.

Susannah Guthrie has been a journalist since she was 18 and has spent the last two years writing about cars for Drive, CarAdvice, CarSales and as a car columnist for several inflight and hotel magazines. Susannah’s background is in news journalism, followed by several years in celebrity journalism, entertainment journalism and fashion magazines, and a brief stint as a travel TV show host for Channel Ten. She joined Drive in 2020 after spending a year and a half at the helm of Harper’s BAZAAR and ELLE online platforms. Susannah has a BA in Media and Communications from the University of Melbourne and got her first experience as an intern at Time Inc in New York City. She has also completed a television presentation course at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. She lives with her husband and their one-year-old son in Melbourne, who despite all efforts has not yet had a good road trip.

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