Driving Advice Luxembourg

Driving Advice LuxembourgGoing to Luxembourg this summer? Here are som good advices for driving in Luxembourg, that will keep you prepared and safe on your journey. General driving advice and special equipment for driving legaly in Luxembourg. Use this as a checklist before you go to avoid any problems.


General driving advice Luxembourg:
– A valid full driving licence. The original vehicle registration document and Your passport
– Make sure you have European breakdown cover.
– 112 is the emergency number across Europe.
– Don’t use a hand held mobile while driving.
– If you wear glasses, take a spare pair.
– It is recommended that you have a reflective jacket in the car – they are compulsory in many European countries.
– Speed camera / radar detection systems are illegal in most European countries. Come countries have also banned the use of sat navs which detect fixed speed cameras so ensure this is deactivated.
– Plan your journey
– There is only one safe rule when it comes to drinking and driving; if you drink, don’t drive.

Check your Car before taking of to Luxembourg:
Service your car before you go to avoid expensive and frustrating breakdowns while away. Check the tread for wear – the legal limit in the summer for car tyres across Europe is 1.6mm but we recommend a minimum of 3mm as tyres wear quickly after 3mm. Check the tyre pressure – remember to check them when cold. Check tyres for any damage and replace them if you need to. Think about taking a puncture repair kit to get you on the road again without having to change a tyre, until you are able to get to a garage for a replacement.

Driving Advice Luxembourg
– Warning triangle
– Speed limits: Built-up areas 31 mph (50 km/h)Outside built-up areas 55 mph (90 km/h)Motorways 80 mph (130 km/h) (in case of rain or snow 68 mph / 110 km/h)
– In built up areas you cannot use a horn.
– Be aware of the ‘Zone de rencontre’ road sign in residential and commercial areas which indicates a maximum speed of 20 km/h. Within this zone pedestrians have priority in crossing the road.

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