Speed limits in Czech Republic
Mandatory vehicle equipment in Czech Republic
It should be used by the driver and all passengers when leaving the car in undeveloped area, high-speed traffic and motorways - the vest should be in the driver's cabin and not in the boot!
First Aid kit
Minimum tire tread height
1.6mm (summer tires); 4mm (winter tires)
Required from November 1 to March 31 on the roads on which there is a ban on the use of salt, it is possible to use snow chains on these roads. Road sign signaling the beginning of the road on which salt is not used. Winter tires should be mounted as follows: a) vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes: winter tires with a tread sculpture depth. 4mm, on all wheels of the vehicle; b) vehicles above 3.5 tonnes: winter tires with a tread sculpture depth. 6 mm, on all wheels of the vehicle. In case of unfavorable weather conditions (temperature below 4c, snowfall, road icing), winter tires are also obligatory outside the designated period.
Allowed if the snow or ice layer is on the road
Car with a caravan
The obligation to have additional side mirrors, an additional warning triangle
Required with a set of fuses.
No special regulations
Other legal restrictions in Czech Republic
Legal alcohol limit
Driving with the dipped beam headlamps on
Obligatory for 24h
Driving in seat belts
Carriage of children
Prohibition of transporting children (weighing below 36kg and height below 150cm) without adequate seats or elevations adapted to the child's growth
Wild camping regulations
It allows accommodation on motorway parking lots, streets and squares
Tolls in Czech Republic
Using motorways is paid on the basis of vignettes for DMC vehicles <3.5t. DMC> 3.5T vehicles are subject to fees on an electronic system, more information on www.premid.cz Buy vignettes before leaving in Poland in PZM Travel.
The data on this website is for informational purposes only. If in any doubt, remember that the road traffic regulations in your country always take precedence. The portal is not responsible for the consequences of using the information provided here.
The Vienna Convention on Road Traffic, which many countries have signed, sets out only the minimum characteristics of motor vehicles and trailers involved in international traffic. At the same time, it allows a given country to expand and tighten its requirements for vehicles traveling on their roads, so it is worth checking before leaving what additional equipment of the vehicle is in force in a given country to avoid unnecessary discussions with the police about the Vienna Convention.
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