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Austria Driving

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Driving & Directions in Austria

Austrians are generally good drivers and Austrian roads have a reasonable safety record. However, it's worth remembering that Austria has certain road laws that may be different from your own country. For example, in Austria it is compulsory to have your dipped headlights on even during daylight hours.

A first aid kit, warning triangle and visibility jackets are now also compulsory in Austria and must be kept in your car at all times. Finally, whilst there are no motorway toll booths, you do have to purchase a motorway tax sticker (vignette) which must be displayed in the car windscreen and can be purchased in service stations.

Here are a few basic phrases to help in case you get lost...


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