Maria

by Maria
(Jammerbugt)

I would only say, additionally if you are a foriegner in Dk please make sure to not drive like the Dane, The police see and pay extra attention to the color of ther drivers... even if you are driving or following the other trafic , they may find a reason to stop you and say you are driving fast so you obligated to pay Fine!!!!

I dont like the sort of Humanity in Denmark
Mar
Jammerbugt
Denmark

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Driving in Denmark
by: Charlie

I do not believe that the police target foreigners anymore than they do Danes. If you follow the law and drive within the speed zone, follow the rules of safe driving (ie: not tailgating,using signals, wearing safety belts, etc.), you will not be stopped.

Remember they can see if you car has insurance when they scan your plates so many people do get stopped for that or driving erractily (drunk, drugged). I have never heard of any stories about foreigners being persecuted more than Danes for driving offences.

I do agree with you- DO NOT DRIVE LIKE THE DANES. Drive safely - you will get to your destination.

Charlie

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