Some corrections and additions for Driving in Denmark.

by Simon
(Arrhus, Denmark)


For 5. There is some places where it is 90 kph it will say on the signs.
The signs that indicate that although it is 80 that is the speed limit there is most of the time a sign where it allow 90 kph.

For 13. Busses:
Yellow busses(City busses) can spontaneously drive out for the bus lane in to the traffic after picking up passengers they are allowed to do so because of their strict schedule, there is blue busses(Out side big city busses) they are not allowed to but be vary careful the blue bus drivers might have forgot that.

For 14. It is true that it is illegal to passing or overtaking another person to the right, although there is a rule that says if another person does it in front of you then it is not illegal to follow them.

For 15. When setting the parking disk always make sure that if lets say if the time is 1240 then you should set it to 1245. Always set it to the nearest fifteenth minute.

For 18. That you need to have an EU license plate in order to cross the borders is completely wrong if you have a normal you can drive where every you want in the eu, the passports part is correct.

I know this because i have driven in Germany many times with a none EU plated car and the police never stops me or fine me.

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It's true that you don't need the passport to cross the borders but, you do need a passport to identify your self to a police officer if they ask you.

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