It’s a common misconception that you’ll have to wait for the police to take your shoe before you can cross a road.
But if you have an ankle brace, a foot tag or a tag with a tiny white dot, you can legally cross the road, says a study.
It is only illegal to cross if you’re at the other side of a car, and you must not overtake another vehicle.
It was published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The study was led by Prof Peter McElroy from the University of Adelaide and included a number of Australian studies.
The main conclusion is that there are about a dozen studies which indicate there are approximately 3 million Australian motorists who are either missing their shoes or wearing them on the wrong foot, says Prof McElroys study.
Foot tag for animals In a study published in 2006, the authors of the Australian study found that on average, the number of motorists who do not have a toe tag or tag with the number is about 100 per cent.
That means that the average person is likely to have a foot or ankle tag, which is usually attached to the heel.
It also suggests that about 70 per cent of the time, a tag does not actually show the number on the back.
The tag has a number, but it’s not always on the heel The tag for the animals was the most popular option, followed by a wrist band or a collar.
The researchers found that about 80 per cent were used by non-motorists, although they found that around 90 per cent had a tag attached to their ankle.
“We believe that most Australians are not aware of the restrictions that apply to people who are not wearing shoes,” says Prof McMillan.
“The most common reasons that people do not wear shoes are for medical reasons, and we would imagine that this is something that is not known to most people.”
However, he says it’s possible to get a foot and ankle tag without wearing shoes, and the researchers believe that the tags are still being worn in most parts of Australia.
“A tag is just a small plastic device which is attached to a shoe.
When you put your foot into that hole, the rubber strip stretches down your foot, and it sticks to the rubber, and then the tag slides down.” “
It has a very small hole through which the tag is attached.
When you put your foot into that hole, the rubber strip stretches down your foot, and it sticks to the rubber, and then the tag slides down.”
The tag is then attached to another piece of rubber, which helps to keep it in place.
Prof McEllroy says it would be very easy to get into trouble for not wearing your shoes, but that’s not the main reason why people don’t wear them.
He believes that wearing a tag on the other foot could help to deter drivers who are more careless.
“In my opinion, it would make people safer, because if a person doesn’t wear their shoes, they are more likely to cross in an accident,” he says.
“If you wear your shoes and they aren’t visible to the driver, they don’t see that there’s a tag in your foot.”