Car travel in Europe

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Liechtenstein

Country: Liechtenstein
Passenger cars below 3.5t - urban roads: 50 km/h
Passenger cars below 3.5t - non-urban roads: 80 km/h
Passenger cars below 3.5t - expressways: -
Passenger cars below 3.5t - motorways: -
Vehicle registration plates: L
Maximum blood alcohol content - Standard drivers: 0,8 ‰
Maximum blood alcohol content - Novice drivers: 0,8 ‰
Maximum blood alcohol content - Professional drivers: 0,8 ‰
Prohibited from drinking alcohol either during working hours or 6 hours before their work starts
Daytime running lights: Recommendation to drive with dipped headlights

Seat belts

The use of seat belts and child restraint systems is MANDATORY.

Seat belts are not compulsory for:

  • passengers with a specific medical certificate
  • delivery vehicles which do not drive faster than 25km/h
  • any vehicle which is driving at walking pace
  • staff and passengers in public transport (e.g. buses, coaches)
  • accompanying persons, in ambulances and cars for disabled people

Child restraint systems are not compulsory for children above the age of 14 and taller than 1.5 m

Traffic lights

The amber light warns drivers they will have to stop when it turns red. The penalty for ignoring the red light is 200 CHF.

Safety helmet not mandatory

Bicycles
Drivers do not need to wear a helmet, unless they will be riding faster than 20km/h

Safety helmet mandatory

Mopeds
Helmet must comply with UNECE Regulation 22

Motorcycles with/without a sidecar
Helmet must comply with UNECE Regulation 22

Light and heavy tricycles
Helmet must comply with UNECE Regulation 22

Light and heavy quadricycles
Helmet must comply with UNECE Regulation 22

Safety equipment for cars

Warning triangle (UNECE Regulation 127)

Bike safety equipment

Cyclists must have a bell, except for bikes under 11kg.

Winter tyres

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last modification: 2015-08-21 10:32:07

Last update: 12/8/2015
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