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EU Driving Rules

EU DRIVING RULES DRIVING IN AN UNFAMILIAR COUNTRY WITH DIFFERENT RULES OF THE ROAD CAN BE DAUNTING. I So here's how to prepare yourself and avoid getting into trouble. DOCUMENTS CAN BE ASKED WARNING TRIANGLES ARE REQUIRED IN FOR AT ANY TIME. You will need: A valid full driving licence Norway (A photocard and paper counterpart) The original vehicle registration document or a Vehicle on Hire Certificate Denmark Motor insurance certificate France Belgium Switzerland Passport (yours and your passenger's) Austria Travel insurance documents Croatia If you're hiring, a letter of authorisation also required Italy Spain "This family of four are going on a European road trip. As rules change in different countries, they need to be aware of which apply" Drive on the right side of the road Remember: adjust your headlamps for driving on the opposite side of the road EO (Unless in the UK, Ireland, Malta or Cyprus) In Portugal and Spain, no kids under 12 in the front seat (Rear-facing infant seats only) Go around roundabouts anti-clockwise (Unless in the UK, Ireland, Malta or Cyprus) In Italy you have to park in the direction of traffic flow Sources: Atlaschoice t: 0800 013 12 13 w:

EU Driving Rules

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