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Driving in Liechtenstein

Key rules, regulations and things to know

Driving: Drive on the right and overtake on the left.

Speed limits 50km/h - urban roads and 80km/hs on non urban roads. There are no motorways in the Principality of Liechtenstein

The minimum age for driving a car in Liechtenstein is 18 years old, minimum age for hiring a car is 21 Minimum Driving Ages European Countries - Here

Drinking and Driving: 0.05 - More information Here As the level is very low, it is best not to drink and drive.

Headlights: Use Dipped headlights must be used when driving through tunnels, during the day, you must sound your horn before going round a sharp bend with limited visibility. At night, flash your headlights instead.

Motorcycles: Both driver and passenger must wear a helmet.

Fines: On-the-spot fines are made for driving offences.

Seat belts: It is compulsory for front and rear seat occupants to wear seat belts. Children under the age of seven are not allowedf to sit in the front and those under 12 who are less than 150 cm must be in child booster seat.

Warning Triangles - Reflective jackets: These should always be carried - many manufacturers issue them as standard. In the event of a breakdown this should be displayed as well as hazard warning lights.One reflective jacket in the vehicle. This does not apply to drivers of two-wheeled and three-wheeled vehicles. This should be kept in the passenger compartment, not the boot.

Mobile Phones: You should not use a hand held mobile phone whilst driving. Don't risk using one as you can receive a heavy fine in most countries and more important cause a serious accident

Radar detection equipment - Such equipment is not permitted including anything from a GPS / SatNav

Spare glasses should be kept in the car for those who need them for driving.

Winter Tyre Requirement: In winter, all cars must have winter tyresr, if you are driving off the main roads you will need Snow chains

Disabled Parking: The Blue Badge is recognised in all European countries - More information here You cannot park in "yellow zones"

Telephone Country Code: +423

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Below - Liechtenstein National Day 15th August at Vaduz the capital of Liechtenstein

Emergency Telephone number: pan-EU Emergency 112 Can be used in all EU Countries and it can be dialled from a locked mobile or a mobile with no sim card. We have driving guides for those countries marked in red below (plus other non EU member European countries).

Austria - Belgium - Bulgaria - Cyprus - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Germany - Greece - Hungary - Ireland - Italy - Latvia - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta- Netherlands - Poland - Portugal - Romania - Slovakia - Slovenia - Spain - Sweden

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Drink Drive Laws - Examples of what can be drunk at present

It is not a lot and in some countries even to drink the glass on the right would be breaking the law if you drove afterwards in others a sip would be too much see "Wine" below

"Wine - even a sip will send you over the limit and invalidate your insurance in Parkistan, Cuba, Indonesia, Romania, Jordan and Nigeria, according to Rhinocarhire.com which produces a comprehensive guide." The A to Z of car hire - The Independent - August 2010

See this guide for further information

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Emergency Telephone Numbers in Europe:

Emergency Telephone number: pan-EU Emergency 112 Can be used in all EU Countries and it can be dialled from a locked mobile or a mobile with no sim card.

Driving abroad - British Government website. Contains general information about driving abroad and gives you the option to search for specific advice by country

Finally, Donít forget your excess cover and buy it before you set off

Excess charges could cost you up to £1,000 or more. Protect yourself by organising your insurance4carrental car hire insurance before you head to Europe.

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