Highways in Russia

On October 29, 2019, changes to the federal law “On Compulsory Liability Insurance for Vehicle Owners” came into force. In Article 31 (1), an important change has been made in relation to the purchase of the green card.

If you now travel to other countries by car, you must take out   international insurance under the “Green Card” system before crossing the border . Before that, some motorists bought international insurance in Poland or Lithuania, where they are cheaper than in Russia.

The control of the fulfillment of these requirements is entrusted to the employees of the customs authorities.

The length of the network of public highways in Russia is 1,507,751 km, of which 50,800 km have the status of highways and the status of highways 1,232 km. The length of the paved roads is 1,063,908 km.

Toll roads

There are several sections of toll roads in Russia. Payment for their use depends on the vehicle category, the distance traveled and the time of day.

Vehicle categories

The tariff for toll sections depends on the vehicle category.

catvehicledescription
one  Light vehicles:
cars (including those with a trailer up to 2 m), multi-purpose vehicles, motorcycles
2  Medium-sized vehicles:
cars (also with a trailer over 2 m and under 2.6 m), vans on light chassis, pick-ups and minivans

M1 “Belarus”

There is a toll section on the national road  M1  “Belarus”:

  • in the Moscow region – detour from Odintsovo (14-33 km);
Odintsovo toll diversion card

Payment is due for the section of the  M1  “Belarus” motorway from the Molodogvardeyskaya interchange on the Moscow ring road to the intersection with the 33rd km of the M1 motorway. The length of the section is approx. 20 km. Odintsovo (Moscow Region) Bypass Rates (RUB)

Odintsovo bypass tariffs

* Tariffs apply from January 15th, 2020.

 Charges are levied at every toll station (toll station).

The journey through the section from 1 to 19 km by car costs 400 RUB (€ 4.50) during the day and 20 RUB (€ 0.20) at night.

The total height of the vehicle is determined without taking into account accessories, luggage and cargo on the roof of the vehicle (only applies to categories 1 and 2 of the vehicle).

The road is divided into three sections that can be used independently of each other. The toll booths are arranged in such a way that the user only pays the toll for the section of road on which he has traveled.

M3 “Ukraine”

 There are two toll sections on the M3 “Ukraine” federal road  in the Kaluga region:

  • 124 km – 150 km;
  • 150 km – 194 km;
Map of the toll sections of the M-3 "Ukraine" highway 2018

Travel tariffs in the Kaluga region (RUB)

vehicle124 km – 150 km150 km – 194 km
Working daysHolidays / weekendsWorking daysHolidays / weekends
07: 00-00: 00 (day)00: 00-07: 00 (night)07: 00-00: 00 (day)00: 00-07: 00 (night)07: 00-00: 00 (day)00: 00-07: 00 (night)07: 00-00: 00 (day)00: 00-07: 00 (night)
50 (€ 0.60)40 (€ 0.40)60 (€ 0.70)40 (€ 0.40)80 (€ 0.90)60 (€ 0.70)90 (€ 1.00)60 (€ 0.70)
75 (€ 0.80)55 (€ 0.60)75 (€ 0.80)55 (€ 0.60)120 (€ 1.30)90 (€ 1.00)120 (€ 1.30)90 (€ 1.00)

* The above tariffs apply from November 1st.

The journey through the 124 to 194 km section for passenger cars on public holidays and weekends costs RUB 150 (€ 1.70) during the day and RUB 100 (€ 1.10) at night.

*  Working days are days of the week from Monday through Thursday, excluding Fridays, weekends, public holidays and pre-vacation holidays that precede them.

 Charges are levied at every toll station (toll station).

M4 “Don”

 There are several toll sections on the M4 Don federal road  :

  • in the Moscow region (21-93 km);
  • in the Moscow and Tula regions (93 km – 211 km);
  • in the Tula region (225-260 km and 287-321 km);
  • in the Lipetsk region (330-464 km);
  • in the Voronezh region (492-715 km);
  • in the Rostov region (1.091-1.119 km);
  • in the Krasnodar Territory (1,119-1,319 km).
Map of the 2020 toll sections of the M-4 "Don" motorway

Tariff for all paid sections of the M-4 (21 km – 1,319 km) (RUB)

vehicleMon – ThuFri – Sun
07:00 – 00:00 (day)00:00 – 07:00 (night)07:00 – 00:00 (day)00:00 – 07:00 (night)
1,530 (€ 17)1,080 (€ 12)1,670 (€ 19)1,080 (€ 12)
2,200 (€ 25)1,550 (€ 17)2,200 (€ 25)1,550 (€ 17)

* The  vehicle’s class and tariff is determined directly at the toll station in accordance with the Avtodor Group Ordinance No. 205 of September 14, 2012. The vehicle’s classification by category changes depending on the total height, taking into account the transported load and the number of the axes. Accessories and luggage attached to the roofs of vehicles of the first and second categories are not included in the calculation of the total height according to Avtodor State Corporation Ordinance No. 161 dated 08/08/2013.

Motorway prices  for M4 for all vehicles, including selected sections (158 Kb).

The above tariffs apply from December 30, 2020 from 00:00:00.

You can pay for travel in cash or with bank cards, as well as contactless smart cards, and with a transponder – a device that is installed on the windshield.

M11 “Neva”

 There are four toll sections on the M11 Neva federal road  :

  • in the Moscow region (15-58 km);
  • in the Moscow region (58-149 km);
  • in the Tver region (208-543 km);
  • in the Leningrad region (543-684 km).

Travel tariffs in the Moscow region (from MKAD to Solnechnogorsk)

You have to pay for the section of the M11  “Neva” expressway  from 15 to 58 km. The length of the section is approx. 43 km.

Map of the paid section M11 Moscow-Solnechnogorsk

On the M11 Neva motorway, payment is made based on the day of the week and the time of day.

In addition, the tariffs differ depending on the direction of travel. Tariffs for trips from Moscow to Solnechnogorsk:

weekdayTime
01:00 – 06:006:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.2:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Monday – Thursday240 (€ 2.70)500 (€ 5.60)500 (€ 5.60)
Friday240 (€ 2.70)500 (€ 5.60)600 (€ 6.70)
Saturday240 (€ 2.70)550 (€ 6.10)550 (€ 6.10)
Sunday240 (€ 2.70)500 (€ 5.60)500 (€ 5.60)

* These prices apply from July 1st, 2020.

A complete overview of tariffs for all websites and all TC categories can be downloaded  here  (376 Kb).

Travel tariffs in the Tver and Leningrad regions

Payment is due for sections of the M11  Neva motorway  in the Moscow region from km 58 to km 149, in the Tver region from km 208 to km 543 and in the Leningrad region from km 543 to km 684. The length of the sections is approx. 567 km.

M11 toll card

The fare for all paid sections of the M-11 (58 km – 684 km) (RUB):

vehicleWorking daysHolidays / weekends
06: 00-01: 00 (day)01: 00-06: 00 (night)06: 00-01: 00 (day)01: 00-06: 00 (night)
1,470 (€ 16)1,390 (€ 15)1,640 (€ 18)1,530 (€ 17)
1,680 (€ 19)1,580 (€ 18)1,740 (€ 19)1,640 (€ 18)

* The  vehicle’s class and tariff is determined directly at the toll station in accordance with the Avtodor Group Ordinance No. 205 of September 14, 2012. The vehicle’s classification by category changes depending on the total height, taking into account the transported load and the number of the axes. Accessories and luggage attached to the roofs of vehicles of the first and second categories are not included in the calculation of the total height according to Avtodor State Corporation Ordinance No. 161 dated 08/08/2013.

Tariffs on the M11 motorway  for all vehicles, including selected sections (443 Kb).

You can pay for travel in cash or with bank cards, as well as contactless smart cards, and with a transponder – a device that is installed on the windshield.

The specified fee applies from November 1st, 2020 (00:00:00).

A113 “Central Ringstrasse”

The A113 of the Central Ring Road (TsKAD) runs at a distance of 50 km from the Moscow Ring Road through the Moscow and New Moscow region, parallel to the Kleine (A107, “Kleine Betonka”) or Bolshoi (A108 “Bolshaya Betonka”). Ring.

From 11/11/2020, traffic was opened on the third starting complex of the central ring road. The road runs in the northeast of the Moscow region from the intersection with the M-11 “Neva” motorway to the intersection with the M-7 “Volga” motorway.

From December 28, 2020, traffic was opened on the fourth starting complex of the central ring road. The road runs in the southeast of the Moscow region from the junction with the M-7 Volga highway to the junction with the M-4 Don highway.

The carriageway of the complex is four-lane, two-lane in forward and backward direction, the permissible speed is 110 km / h. The length of the toll sections of the Central Ring Road is 257.3 kilometers.

Paid sections of the central ring road with major transport hubs:

  • “10” Russia “- M11” Neva “(5.60 km);
  • M11 “Neva” – M8 “Kholmogory” (53.86 km);
  • M8 “Kholmogory” – M7 “Volga” (51.45 km);
  • M7 “Volga” – M4 “Don” (96.90 km);
  • M4 “Don” – 11 km A-107 (49.50 km).
Map of the toll sections of the central ring road 2021

Central Ring Road (RUB) Fare

route
M-10 “Russia” – M-11 “Neva”20 (€ 0.20)30 (€ 0.30)
M-11 “Neva” – Nikolskoe-Gorki (A-107)65 (€ 0.70)95 (€ 1.10)
Nikolskoe-Gorki (A-107) – M-8 “Kholmogory”195 (€ 2.20)290 (€ 3.20)
M-8 “Kholmogory” – M-7 “Volga”250 (€ 2.80)375 (€ 4.20)
M-7 “Volga” – Nosovikhinskoe highway105 (€ 1.20)160 (€ 1.80)
Nosovikhinskoe Highway – Yegoryevskoe sh.45 (€ 0.50)65 (€ 0.70)
Egoryevskoe sh. – M-5 “Ural”150 (€ 1.70)225 (€ 2.50)
M-5 Urals – Domodedovo135 (€ 1.50)200 (€ 2.20)
Domodedovo – M-4 “Don”35 (€ 0.40)50 (€ 0.60)
M-4 “Don” – M-2 “Crimea”65 (€ 0.70)95 (€ 1.10)
M-10 “Russia” – M-2 “Crimea” (the entire route)1065 (€ 12)1585 (€ 12)

* The  category and tariff for the vehicle are determined directly on the toll collection frame. The change in the classification of the vehicle by category takes place depending on the total height, taking into account the transported load and the number of axles. Accessories and luggage attached to the roofs of vehicles of the first and second categories are not taken into account when calculating the total height.

Tariffs for journeys along the central ring road  for all vehicles, including certain sections (131 Kb).

The specified fee applies from January 11, 2021 (00:00:00).

For holders of a T-Pass transponder there are discounts of 15 to 50%, depending on the length of the route.

The toll technology “Free Flow” is used on the central ring road, which implies barrier-free driving of a car on the road with fixed passage at the toll lines. The fare when using the transponder is debited in automatic mode from the personal account of the “T-Pass” transponder. The equipment attached to the frame determines the license plate number of the vehicle in front of and behind the vehicle as well as its class and records the passage of the license plate number of the vehicle without a transponder.

You can pay for the trip with an electronic ticket (advance payment for the trip). It is possible to buy a ticket no earlier than 30 calendar days before the date of travel in the following ways (it is permissible to buy a ticket on the day of the planned trip, but in fact it is not perfect):

  • On the official website of the ADF (www.avtodor-tr.ru)
  • In self-service terminals “Eleksnet”
  • In the mobile application of the Avtodor group of companies
  • In the central control center of the central ring road (support and service center)

To buy a ticket, you need to provide the vehicle details (license plate number and vehicle category), the route (entry / exit point, direction), the date and time of the trip.

The ticket is purchased for a specific date and is valid for 24 hours (calendar days) from a specific time specified at the time of purchase. Travel before or after the validity period of the ticket represents a debt according to the GRNZ, which must be paid within 5 days of the travel date.

Western High Speed ​​Diameter (WHSD)

The WHSD is an inner-city toll road in St. Petersburg. Traffic on the entire WHSD was fully opened on December 4, 2016. The length of the road is 46.6 km. Width – 4-8 lanes (6 km four-lane, 18 km six-lane, 22 km eight-lane).

Map of the toll sections of the WHSD in St. Petersburg

When paying with cash and bank cards, five tariff zones will be introduced and the basic tariff will be set for one-time WHSD users who pay for travel without a transponder. It is the same for a certain vehicle class in all zones. Tariff for all paid sections of the WHSD (RUB):

 TSa pagewhole route
Motorcycles and cars with 2 axles and a height above the front axle of ≤ 1.3 meters100 (€ 1.10)500 (€ 5.60)
Passenger cars, large SUVs, mobile homes, buses and trucks with two axles and a height above the front axle> 1.3 meters100 (€ 1.10)500 (€ 5.60)
Vehicles with single-axle trailers, heavy trucks and large 3-axle buses150 (€ 1.70)750 (€ 8.40)

The basic prices apply from October 21, 2017 from 00:00.

Pskov region

There are several toll road sections in the Pskov region, near the border with Estonia, Latvia and Belarus.

Map of paid locations in the Pskov region

Travel tariffs:

TSVyshgorodok Island – border with the Republic of Latvia 0-62 kmBorder with the Republic of Estonia (Kunichina Gora) – Pechory – Stary Izborsk – Palkino-Ostrov 0-23 kmOpochka – Dubrovka – to the border with the Republic of Belarus (to Polotsk) 0-82 kmOlsha – Velizh – Usvyaty – Nevel 131-189 km
300 (€ 3.30)150 (€ 1.70)220 (€ 2.50)200 (€ 2.20)
480 (€ 5.30)230 (€ 2.60)320 (€ 3.60)320 (€ 3.60)

Parking in Russia

On November 1, 2012, the first paid parking spaces were opened in the center of Moscow on the Boulevard Ring. Since January 1, 2014, the paid parking zones have been extended to the garden ring, and since August 1, the parking lot has been extended to the limits of the third transport ring.

Parking card in Moscow in 2020

New parking fees in Moscow will apply from December 15, 2018.

The parking costs are:

  • within the third ring road – from 40 to 60 RUB (0.40 to 0.70 €) per hour
  • within the garden ring – from RUB 80 to 150 (€ 0.90 – 1.70) per hour
  • within the Boulevard Ring – from 100 to 200 RUB (1.10 – 2.20 €) per hour
  • in the MIBC “Moscow-CITY” area – from 200 to 380 RUB (2.20 – 4.20 €) per hour

For all zones, the time you have to pay for parking is 5 minutes. It is also necessary to leave the parking lot within 5 minutes of the end of the parking session.

On 237 streets there is a tariff of 380 rubles per hour during the day and 200 rubles per hour at night. The list of streets with a higher tariff can be found on the Moscow parks website. Parking on these streets is chargeable on Sundays. Cars can still be parked for free on public holidays.

Since July 1, 2012, the fines for parking in the wrong place in Russia have increased significantly. They range from RUB 300 to 1,000 (€ 11.03) in the regions and from RUB 2,500 to 3,000 (€ 28-33) in Moscow and St. Petersburg.

Interception of parking lots

There is intercepting parking near subway stations. These parking spaces are free during the day as long as you have made at least two trips on the underground.

Tariff nameTime of actionTariff (rub / h)Conditions of action
Base price  *06: 00-02: 000There is no charge provided you have made at least two subway trips from the time the car was parked
Night tariff  **21: 30-06: 00100 (€ 1.10)Payment for the entire period
Commercial price06: 00-21: 3050 (€ 0.60)Hourly payment

* There is no charge provided that at least two trips to the subway have been made since the car was parked with a ticket valid on the subway (the last entrance to the subway must be at a different subway station than the station near which the interception car park is located). The tariff is only valid for the current parking date of the car.

** In accordance with the decision of the Ministry of Transport and Development of Road and Transport Infrastructure of the City of Moscow, the “basic tariff” has been extended to 02:00. Before completing the software revision, you must contact the controller of the intercepting parking lot in order to receive a service after 9:30 p.m. (according to the “basic tariff”).

For more information on intercepting parking lots in Moscow, visit the Moscow Metro website.

Road map of Russia

Road map of Russia

The main traffic rules of Russia

Speed ​​limit

Speed ​​limits in Russia

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

  • in the village – 60 km / h
  • outside the village – 90 km / h
  • on the way – 90 km / h
  • on the highway – 110 km / h

Cars with trailers:

  • in the village – 60 km / h
  • outside the village – 70 km / h
  • on the way – 70 km / h
  • on the highway – 90 km / h

Motorcycles:

  • in the village – 60 km / h
  • outside the village – 90 km / h
  • on the way – 90 km / h
  • on the highway – 110 km / h

It is forbidden to drive on motorway vehicles whose speed, due to their technical characteristics or condition, does not exceed 40 km / h.

Due to the decision of the road owners for cars and trucks with a maximum permissible weight of not more than 3.5 tons,  a maximum speed of 130 km / h and 110 km / h can be set on roads marked with the sign ”  5.1 Highway “. marked with “  5.3 Road for Cars  ”.

In this case, the meaning of the signs “Autobahn” and “Straße für Automobiles” itself does not change. The presence of such signs on the road does not mean that you can move along the road at a speed of 130 or 110 km / h. In places where the road owner has decided to increase the maximum speed, the traffic signs “  3.24 maximum speed limit  ” are placed.

Where with the sign ”  21/5 residential area  covered”  area  the speed of vehicles may not exceed 20 km / h is not exceeded.

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

alcohol

The maximum permissible blood alcohol level is  0.29 ‰  .

If the blood alcohol level exceeds 0.29 ‰, the fine is RUB 30,000 (€ 334), whereby the driving right is withdrawn from 1.5 to 2 years.

In the event of a repeated violation or refusal of a medical examination due to poisoning, the fine is 200,000 to 300,000 RUB (2,228-3,342 €), whereby the right to drive is withdrawn for 3 years.

Acceptable blood alcohol levels while driving in Europe.

dimmed headlights

In daylight, dipped beam or daytime running lights must be switched on for the purpose of identification on all moving vehicles (SDA section 19.5).

Instead of dipped headlights, the use of fog lights is permitted.

Fine – up to RUB 500 (€ 6) or warning.

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

Transportation of children

The transport of children under 7 years of age in a passenger car and in the cab of a truck equipped with seat belts or seat belts and the ISOFIX  *  child restraint system must be carried out with child restraint systems (devices). suitable for the weight and height of the child. (SDA clause 22.9).

*  The name of the ISOFIX child restraint system is based on the technical regulations of the customs union TR CU 018/2011 “For the safety of wheeled vehicles”.

The transport of children between the ages of 7 and 11 in a car and a truck cabin, the construction of which includes seat belts or seat belts and the ISOFIX child restraint system, must be carried out with suitable child restraint systems (devices) for the weight and size of the child or with seat belts and in the front seat of a car – only with child restraint systems (devices) that are suitable for the weight and size of the child.

It is forbidden to leave a child under the age of 7 in the vehicle while parking in the absence of an adult.

Children under the age of 12 are not allowed to travel in the back seat of a motorcycle.

The fine is RUB 3,000 (€ 33).

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

Seat belts

The use of seat belts is mandatory for front and rear passengers   if this is provided for in the vehicle construction (SDA section 5.1).

The fine is RUB 1,000 (€ 11).

Make a phone call

It is forbidden to use a telephone device while the vehicle is in motion that is not equipped with a technical device that enables negotiations without the use of hands (SDA section 2.7).

Fine – RUB 1,500 (€ 17).

Fines for phone calls while driving in European countries.

tint

It is forbidden to drive a vehicle on which glasses are mounted (including those covered with transparent paint films), the light transmittance of which does not meet the requirements of the technical regulations on the safety of wheeled vehicles.

The light transmission of the windshield, the front side windows and the front door window (if present) must be at least  70%  (Section 3.5.2 of the “Technical Regulations for the Safety of Wheeled Vehicles”).

The fine is RUB 500 (€ 6).

Punish

The fine  should not  be paid directly to the police officer who issued the receipt on the spot. Payment is made in the nearest branch of the bank.

On January 1, 2016, the federal law came into force, according to which the amount of an administrative penalty for some offenses in road traffic can be reduced by two times.

Administrative Code of the Russian Federation, Article 32.2. Enforcement of the decision to impose a fine 1.3. If a person brought under administrative responsibility for committing an administrative offense provided for in Chapter 12 of this Code pays an administrative penalty, with the exception of those in 

Article 12.1 Part 12.1, Article 

12.8 part 

6 and 7 provided for administrative offenses Article 12.9, 

Part 3 of Article 12.12, 

Part 5 of Article 12.15, 

Part 3.1 of Article 12.16, Article 

12.24, 

12.26, 

Part 3 of Article 12.27 According to this Code, an administrative penalty equal to half the amount of the fine may be paid no later than twenty days after the decision to impose a fine has been adopted. If the execution of the decision to appoint a fine has been postponed or delayed by the judge, agency or official who issued the decision, the fine will be paid in full.

It should be noted that the ability to pay half the fine is not provided by law for all crimes. The changes do not affect a number of serious and serious traffic violations.

The drivers have full administrative responsibility:

  • Driving a car in a state of intoxication or refusal to undergo a medical examination for poisoning;
  • those who have committed road accidents affecting people;
  • repeatedly exceeding the speed limit by more than 40 km / h;
  • repeated passage at a red light;
  • repeated movement in violation of traffic rules in the lane for oncoming traffic;
  • repeated movement in the opposite direction on a one-way street;
  • Repeated driving of a vehicle that is not registered according to the established procedure.

To be able to pay a 50% fine, you must pay it within 20 days from the date of the order.

At the same time, the relevant information must be provided in every resolution for which the payment of a fine “at a discount” is possible.

Table of penalties for traffic violations:

violationGood (rub)
Failure to comply with the requirement of the Highway Code to give way to a vehicle with the preferred right of movement500 (€ 6)
Violation of the rules for stopping or parking vehicles500 (€ 6)
Turning or reversing in areas where such maneuvers are prohibited500 (€ 6)
Failure to comply with the requirements stipulated by traffic signs or road markings500 (€ 6)
Failure to comply with a lawful request from a police officer to stop a vehicle500 – 800 (€ 6-9)
Passage to a traffic light that prohibits a signal or a traffic light that prohibits a gesture1,000 (€ 11)
Ride on shoulders1,500 (€ 17)
Failure to comply with the requirements of the Road Traffic Act to give way to pedestrians, cyclists or other road users (with the exception of vehicle drivers) who use the traffic1,500 (€ 17)
Turning or driving a vehicle into technological breaks in the partition strip on a freeway or reversing on a freeway2,500 (€ 28)
Violations of traffic rules or the rules for operating a vehicle lead to minor damage to the health of the victim2,500 – 5,000 (€ 28-56)
Driving a vehicle with a government registration number that is modified or equipped with devices or materials that interfere with the identification of a government registration number, or that allows it to be changed or hidden5,000 (€ 56)
Violations of traffic rules or the rules for operating a vehicle lead to moderate damage to the health of the victim10,000 – 25,000 (€ 111 – 278)

In the event of a repeated violation, the fines for some violations can be many times higher.

The table of penalties for violating the speed limit:

About speedGood (rub)
up to 20 km / ha warning
from 21 to 40 km / h500 (€ 6)
from 41 to 60 km / h1,000 – 1,500 (€ 11-17)
from 61 to 80 km / h2,000 – 2,500 (€ 22-28)
over 80 km / h5000 (56 €)

If you exceed more than 40 km / h again, the fines are twice as high and you are deprived of the right to drive for up to 1 year.

Useful information

petrol

0.55 0.62 0.55 0.28 on May 23, 2021

Unleaded gasoline (92, 95 and 98) and diesel fuel are available in Russia. Petrol stations are available in sufficient quantities.

Changes compared to the previous period are displayed. Update every two weeks.

Emergency numbers

  • Single emergency number – 112
  • Fire Brigade – 01
  • Police – 02
  • Ambulance – 03

Compulsory equipment

Equipment  You  Must Have in Your Car:

  • Warning triangle
  • First aid kit
  • Fire extinguisher

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

Winter equipment

Winter tires

The use of winter tires in Russia is mandatory for vehicles with a total weight of up to 3.5 tons from December 1 to March 1. The fine is RUB 500 (€ 6) rubles.

Winter tires must be fitted to all wheels of the vehicle.

Winter tires for use on icy or snow-covered road surfaces must be marked with a sign in the form of a mountain peak with three peaks and snowflakes or with the signs “M + S”, “M & S”. “MS”, in the case of a residue, the tread depth of these tires is at least 4 mm.

Considering that in different regions of the country weather conditions differ significantly – in fact, the winter weather is determined much earlier than December – according to the decision of the regional authorities, the conditions for the ban on the operation of vehicles without winter tires can be changed , but only up.

spikes

Studded tires are allowed in winter. If studded tires are used, they must be fitted to all wheels of the vehicle.

During the summer period from June 1st to August 31st, it is forbidden to drive vehicles with tires with anti-slip studs.

Anti-slip chains

Requirements for the use of winter and studded tires in different European countries.

Recommended equipment and other rules

The navigation software is allowed to display the location of cameras at a fixed speed.

Using Radar detector not forbidden  .