Austrian dating rules
Chains can also be hired at all major border crossings Occupants of all seats equipped with a seat belt (including rear seats) must wear that belt.
Persons found not wearing the seat belt when stopped by an officer of the law can either be warned, or receive a fine on-the-spot of €35.
You must be 18 or over to drive a private vehicle in Austria. Otherwise an old-style paper UK licence is accepted only if accompanied by identity document carrying a photograph e.g. The intention to overtake or to change lanes must be shown by means of indicators.
Vehicles from the UK may be imported into Austria for up to 6 months in any period of 12 months.
In the winter months, winter tyres are recommended but for cars with summer tyres the authorities can require cars to be fitted with snow chains on the driving wheels when road conditions are bad.
Motorists can hire or buy snow chains from OAMTC offices.
*Note: The signed application form must be accompanied the rest of the above-mentioned mandatory documents and handed personally at the appropriate embassy/consulate or its representative in your home country.
In public parking areas, spaces reserved for disabled drivers are marked.
A flashing green light indicates the approach of the end of the green phase; vehicles close to the traffic lights should proceed.
No vehicle may be parked so as to cause an obstruction.
Standing and parking regulations follow the provisions of the Convention on Road Traffic (Vienna, 1968).
Caravans, camper vans, luggage and boat trailers may be temporarily imported into Austria without formality.