Driving in Europe and CR

11.11.2015
France

Traffic rules in France

Basic concepts of traffic rules in France: Used right-hand traffic. All passengers must wear seat belts. Unless otherwise indicated, speed limits are: 50 km / h in urban areas 80 km / h on the outskirts of Paris 90 km / h on main roads 110 km / h on a road with two lanes in one direction 130 km / h on motorways – Note the speed limit change during rainfall, for example, 130 km / h is reduced to 110 km / h. Bus lanes reserved exclusively for buses, taxis and bicycles. Driver’s license, insurance certificate and registration […]
10.11.2015
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Driving in Germany

Driving in Germany the maximum permissible level of alcohol in the blood in Germany – not more than 0,3 ‰. If the level of alcohol in the range of 0.3 to 0,5 ‰, and the driver has not violated anything – no one would be punished. If Breathalyzer shows a 0,5 ‰, the first time the driver will be fined 500 euros, while a second violation – a fine of EUR 1,000 and disqualification from driving for a period of up to three months. If the blood alcohol level of the driver over 1,1 ‰, in addition to fines and […]
10.11.2015
Traffic rules of Czech Republic and fines

Traffic rules of Czech Republic and fines

Rules of the road in Czech Republic and penalties for violation: The maximum permitted blood alcohol level of the driver in the Czech Republic 0.0 ‰; If the blood alcohol level is not more than 0.3 ‰, the penalty will be from 10 000 crowns up to 20 000 crowns (400-800 euros); If the blood alcohol level is greater than 0.3 ‰, you will have to paid 25 000 CZK- 50 000 (1,000-2,000 euros); In Czech Republic the lights must be swithed on any time for the whole year long. The penalty for violation is 2000 crowns (80 euros); Child […]
10.11.2015
Traffic rules in Poland

Traffic rules in Poland

Standard speed limits (unless otherwise indicated on the signs): in the village – 50 km / h (60 km / h between 23:00 and 06:00); outside of the village (one lane in each direction) – 90 km / h; outside of the village (two lanes in each direction) – 100 km / h; on the road (one lane in each direction) – 100 km / h; on the road (two lanes in each direction) – 120 km / h; on the motorway – 140 km / h; minimum speed of traffic on motorways – 40 km / h; the maximum […]
10.11.2015
Parking regulations in Prague and Czech Republic

Parking regulations in Prague and Czech Republic

Parking is allowed only on the right side of the carriageway on the road with two-way traffic. Parking on the left and right side is allowed on one-way streets; Parking along the tram tracks is prohibited, unless the parked vehicle and the tramway is a distance less than 3 meters; Parking is prohibited at a distance of 5 meters from the intersection, pedestrian crossing and public transport; Parking is prohibited in 15 meters or less from the railway crossing; machines in Prague to pay for parking come with 6-hour time limit for parking (marked in green) and a 2-hour time […]
09.11.2015
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Traffic rules in Austria

Traffic rules in Austria: it is not allowed to import to Austria more than 10 liters of petrol in the canister; to pay your way in Austria you must buy a vignette or sticker-mark. It costs about 8 euros for 10 days. Checking it is very scrupulous: control points on the road police check not only its presence, but also check the driver. All passengers must wear seat belts and children under 12 years of age or under 150 cm to sit on the back of a specially equipped child seats; You can talk on the phone only through the […]