2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:36
If you go on holiday abroad during the Easter holidays, you should remember that there are compulsory lights for cars in many neighboring countries. If you don't stick to it, you face penalties.
Car lights must be used during the day in many European countries. Therefore, vacationers should inform themselves about this before their trip, otherwise the travel budget will suffer. Because ignorance does not protect against fines. In Bosnia-Herzegovina, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and the Czech Republic, according to the ADAC, the headlights must be switched on on all roads during the day. This obligation only applies on motorways and out of town in Italy, Romania, Russia and Hungary.
Only in winter
Only in the winter months must the light be on during the day in Bulgaria and Croatia. In Switzerland and France, there is no legal requirement, but it is recommended that you drive with dipped headlights.
In Italy and the Scandinavian countries, with the exception of Norway, the use of daytime running lights is permitted. In all other European countries, the use of daytime running lights is largely tolerated, but no regulations yet apply. In Poland, Slovenia and Lithuania, according to the automobile club, it is advisable to drive with dipped headlights.
Those who do not adhere to the compulsory light have to dig deep into their pockets: For example, holidaymakers in Estonia must expect a fine of around EUR 190 and in Norway a fine of around EUR 185. Before traveling, holidaymakers should therefore obtain sufficient information about the traffic regulations of the destination. (mid)
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