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Traffic regulations - Belgium

Officially the Kingdom of Belgium, is a sovereign state in Western Europe. It is a small, densely populated country which covers an area of 30,528 square kilometres (11,787 sq mi) and has a population of about 11 million people.

Speed limists - Belgium

Inside built-up areas Outside built-up areas Highway 2 separate lanes Other roads Motorway
with trailer
<3,5t
>3,5t
special or camping
>3,5t

Inside built-up areas

Outside built-up areas

Highway 2 separate lanes

Other roads
with trailer

Inside built-up areas

Outside built-up areas

Highway 2 separate lanes

Other roads
<3,5t

Inside built-up areas

Outside built-up areas

Highway 2 separate lanes

Other roads
>3,5t
special or camping

Inside built-up areas

Outside built-up areas

Highway 2 separate lanes

Other roads
>3,5t

Inside built-up areas

Outside built-up areas

Highway 2 separate lanes

Other roads

Mandatory documents - Belgium

ID
Identity card valid for at least six months or a passport valid for at least 3 months.
AC/OC
Mandatory vehicle insurance - civil liability, it is also recommended to have accident insurance, medical expenses and card-NHF EHIC.

Mandatory vehicle equipment - Belgium

Vest
Mandatory.
First aid kit
No special regulations.
Warning triangle
Mandatory.
Fire extinguisher
Mandatory.
The minimum size of the tread
1.6mm(summer tires); 4mm (winter tires).
Winter tires
No special regulations.
Studded tires
The use of studded tires is allowed in the period from November 1 to March 31 vehicles with GVW up to 3.5t. If you use studded tires we should use them on all wheels. You are required to have a sticker on the back of the vehicle informing about using studded tires. If the vehicle with trailer has a studded tires, the trailer should also be equipped with this kind of tires.
Snow chains
Permitted if the layer of snow or ice is on the road.
with trailer
Additional mirrors if the trailer is wider than the towing vehicle, the additional warning triangle.
A set of spare bulbs
No special regulations.
Spare wheel
No special regulations.
Tow rope
No special regulations.

Other legal restrictions - Belgium

Alcohol limit in the blood
0,5‰
Driving with dipped headlights
24h
Driving with safety belt
Mandatory.
Children transportation
Prohibition of the transport of children (under 3 years) in the front seat in the seat without the approval authorizing the installation at this point. On the rear seats, children can only travel in safety seats adapted to their size.
Accommodation in vehicle camping outside camping
Permission is granted for a one night in the car in order of rest before continuing the journey. You can't sleep on the streets or squares.

Payments on roads - Belgium

The use of motorways is free but charges are levied a toll tunnel Liefkenhoek, fees depend on the height of the vehicle.
Warning: The information shown on this page is for informational purposes only. In the case of doubt, please note that priority is given to all traffic regulations applicable in a given country. DriveSurfing is not responsible for the consequences of the use of the information contained above.

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