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Traffic rules in the EU

The European Commission gives an overview

The European Commission (DG MOVE) provides a practical overview of the most important traffic rules in all EU Member States.

Avoid legal problems by finding out all the relevant information about driving to another Member State with your own car or hiring a car in another EU country.

You will find the information in question by clicking on the country of your choice: Going Abroad

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