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Traffic regulations - Czech Republic

Also known as Czechia, is a nation state in Central Europe bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the northeast. The Czech Republic covers an area of 78,866 square kilometres (30,450 sq mi) with mostly temperate continental climate. It is a unitary parliamentary republic, has 10.5 million inhabitants and the capital and largest city is Prague, with over 1.2 million residents. The Czech Republic includes its historical territories of Bohemia, Moravia, and Czech Silesia.

Speed limists - Czech Republic

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 - Czech Republic

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 - Czech Republic

Vest
Mandatory.
First aid kit
Mandatory.
Warning triangle
Mandatory.
Fire extinguisher
Mandatory.
The minimum size of the tread
1.6mm (summer tires); 4mm (winter tires).
Winter tires
Required for the period from 1 November to 31 March on the road on which it is forbidden to use salt, or is permitted to use these roads with snow chains. A road sign indicating the beginning of the road on which you do not use salt. Winter tires should be fitted in the following manner: a) vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes: Winter tires with a deep tread min. 4mm on all wheels of the vehicle; b) vehicles over 3.5 tonnes: Winter tires with a deep tread min. 6 mm on all wheels of the vehicle. In the event of adverse weather conditions (temperatures below 4C, heavy snow, icing roads), winter tires are mandatory beyond the prescribed period.
Studded tires
Forbidden.
Snow chains
Permitted if the layer of snow or ice is on the road, the obligation to use on the road where the signs are.
with trailer
The obligation to have additional exterior mirrors and an additional warning triangle.
A set of spare bulbs
Mandatory.
Spare wheel
Mandatory.
Tow rope
No special regulations.

Other legal restrictions - Czech Republic

Alcohol limit in the blood
0,0‰
Driving with dipped headlights
24h
Driving with safety belt
Mandatory.
Children transportation
Prohibition of the transport of children (weighing less than 36 kg and height is below 150 cm) without appropriate seats or increases adapted to the growth of the child.
Accommodation in vehicle camping outside camping
You can spend a night on the highway parking lots, streets and squares.

Payments on roads - Czech Republic

The use of motorways is paid on the basis of vignettes for vehicles with GVW <3.5t. Vehicles with GVW> 3.5 tons are subject to charges in the electronic system.
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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