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  • How To Handle Speeding Fines From Germany

    How To Handle Speeding Fines From Germany

    Nowadays, it is more difficult to avoid speeding fines within the EU. Those who get caught in a speed camera in Germany may get a letter home within a few weeks. This is how to handle them. More

  • Everything About Traffic Rules In Germany

    Important When Driving In Europe: “Rettungsgasse”

    Driving a car in Europe can sometimes be a challenge. More traffic and higher pace. In Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic and Hungary there is a word you need to keep an eye on. Otherwise, it can be expensive. More

  • Driving In Italy - All You Need To Know

    Driving In Italy – All You Need To Know

    Driving in Italy has an undeserved reputation. It usually does not have any major problems, if you know some basic information. Consider some more hectic traffic and impulsive traffic behavior, but on the whole, that’s nothing you should refrain from doing. More

  • All About Blood Alcohol Content When Driving Abroad

    All About Blood Alcohol Content When Driving Abroad

    Driving and alcohol never have anything in common. Different countries have different views on how much alcohol you can drink before you are or not allowed to drive, or rather how many parts per thousand, it may be in the blood. More

  • Legal Drinking Age For Alcohol In Different Countries

    Legal Drinking Age For Alcohol In Different Countries

    Many wonder about the legal drinking age for purchasing alcohol and consuming alcohol in different countries. This article will sort out your concerns about age limits for alcohol in different countries. More

  • Blood Alcohol Limit In Germany

    Blood Alcohol Limit In Germany

    Some call it freedom, but in Germany, you can actually take a beer with your meal and still drive legally. So here’s the alcohol limit in Germany. More

  • Customs Regulations For Alcohol In The European Union

    Customs Regulations For Alcohol In The European Union

    It can be tricky to keep track of all the numbers mentioned in the case of customs rules. We explain the concepts in plain language when bringing alcohol from another EU country, for example, Germany or Denmark. More

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