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Driving in Europe has a serious side to it and the following is a note of the additional items that you need to carry with you to stay within the law.

Some items are pretty obvious such as your personal paperwork ie. passports and driving licences but others are not quite so.

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Driving through into Holland-Germany-Denmark-Sweden on my way to Norway late April 2018,
Anyone know the laws on driving in these countries i.e. What requirements I may need to take note of ?

 
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So easily done Bri ... I remember several times when pulling out of a stop on the bikes one of us got on the wrong side ... I got completely on the wrong side on a roundabout in Rome and was face to face with a Polizia ... fortunately they just...

So easily done Bri ... I remember several times when pulling out of a stop on the bikes one of us got on the wrong side ... I got completely on the wrong side on a roundabout in Rome and was face to face with a Polizia ... fortunately they just held up the traffic whilst I turned my sidecar around ... shaking their head all the time ... They thought I was mad ... no comparison to Italian driving

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Oops I did that on my last visit to Holland, (drove on wrong side) Came up to some traffic lights in a storm and as dark as night, (excuse) lol, Went over to the other side and turned right when I should have Turned sharp right, Luckely for me a...

Oops I did that on my last visit to Holland, (drove on wrong side) Came up to some traffic lights in a storm and as dark as night, (excuse) lol, Went over to the other side and turned right when I should have Turned sharp right, Luckely for me a friendly Volvo driver waved me back to the correct side, Lesson learned I carried on red faced :$

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Yes, drive on the wrong side of the road, that is definitely expected

 
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They are a requirement now though<br />Regards<br />Ray

 
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I believe that the requirement for restricted speed stickers, only applies to commercial vehicles over 3.5T, and not to Motorhomes (Camping Cars). ;-) <br /><br />BTW, I noted that P&O were still pushing the sale of breathalyser kits in September...

I believe that the requirement for restricted speed stickers, only applies to commercial vehicles over 3.5T, and not to Motorhomes (Camping Cars). ;-) <br /><br />BTW, I noted that P&O were still pushing the sale of breathalyser kits in September 2013, even though they are not a legal requirement. :sad: <br /><br />Regards,<br /><br />Jock.

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