In Denmark everyone drives on the right
side of the road - and remember - always
with your head lights on. All the road signs
use standard international symbols and sometimes
include Danish text. 1 kilometer is equal
to 0.6 miles.
Speed limits in Denmark is 50 km/h
in towns and built-up areas - 80 km/h
on open roads - and 110 km/h
on the highway (some parts allow 130
km/h with posted signs). There are
special speed limits for trailers - caravans
and mobile homes.
Rules - Parking - Alcohol
In Denmark - seat belts must
be used at all times - and there must be a seat
belt for every person in the car. Make sure
to carry a warning triangle
in your car - and use it when stopping on open
roads or highways. Parking cars unlawfully
will result in a fine of over DKK 600,-.
It’s a must in Denmark always to keep
your headlights on. Just don't
drink and drive with alcohol or drugs in your
body. The legal limit for alcohol in your blood
is 0.05 per cent in Denmark
- anything higher than 0.05 - one will receive
a very high fine - hard punishment - as
well as a jail sentence!
Documents and Motorcycles
Always carry your driving licence
- vehicle registration document
- and certificate of motor insurance
with you. You must be 18 years
to drive a car or motorcycle in Denmark
- and motor cyclists must use a crash
helmet at all times.
If involved in a traffic accident in Denmark
- one must call 112 to receive
help and support from the Danish police
- fire department