Highways in Liechtenstein

The length of the public road network in Liechtenstein is 380 km. All of them are hard coated.

Toll roads

There is no road toll in Liechtenstein.

Liechtenstein timetable

Liechtenstein timetable

Basic traffic rules of Liechtenstein

Speed ​​limit

Speed ​​limits in Liechtenstein

Standard speed limits in Liechtenstein (unless otherwise stated on the signs). Cars:

  • in the village – 50 km / h
  • outside the village – 80 km / h

Cars with trailers:

  • in the village – 50 km / h
  • outside the village – 80 km / h

The current maximum speed limits for passenger cars on the roads of European countries.


The maximum permissible blood alcohol level is  0.8 ‰  .

Acceptable blood alcohol levels while driving in Europe.

dimmed headlights

Low beam is recommended for all vehicles. Mandatory when driving through tunnels, even if they are illuminated.

In which European countries is the use of dipped headlights mandatory during the day?

Transportation of children

From April 1, 2010, children under the age of 12 and a height of less than 150 cm must be brought into child restraint systems suitable for their weight in accordance with UN-ECE Regulation 44.03.

Requirements for the transport of children in light vehicles on the roads of European countries.

Seat belts

The use of seat belts is compulsory for front and rear passengers   .

Make a phone call

It is forbidden to use a telephone communication device that is not equipped with a technical device that allows negotiation without the use of hands while the vehicle is in motion.

Fines for phone calls while driving in European countries.

Useful information


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Unleaded petrol (95 and 98) and diesel are available in Liechtenstein. There are a limited number of LPG fillings available.

The petrol prices are the same as in neighboring Switzerland.

Emergency numbers

  • Fire Department – 118
  • Police – 117
  • Ambulance – 144
  • Accident Assistance – 140 (  “Autohilfe”  )
  • Inquiries about participant numbers – 111
  • Road condition information – 120 or 163

Compulsory equipment

Equipment  You  Must Have in Your Car:

  • Warning triangle

Requirements for equipment that must be present in the car in various European countries.

Recommended equipment and other rules

Using Radar detector forbidden.