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A Few Tips for Expats Driving In the Czech Republic

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in the Czech Republic.
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A Few Tips for Expats Driving In the Czech Republic

Post Posted: Fri Apr 03, 2015 2:28 am

The Czech Republic is an extremely popular expat destination because of its high standards of living with reasonable costs. The country has an excellent public transport network, but driving is often the most convenient way to get around the country. Choosing to drive in the Czech Republic is a decision you shouldn’t make lightly however, as it has one of the highest rates of traffic accidents in central Europe. Driving laws are also extremely strict, and you need to make yourself familiar with all of the practices and requirements for driving in the country.

Drivers from within the EU can drive within the Czech Republic using their national licenses, but all other expats need to obtain a Czech license to drive legally. You also need to have a certificate of insurance, which is generally valid for three months. If you survive the grueling procedure and tests to secure a Czech driving license, there are a few road safety and driving tips that you should be aware of...

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Re: A Few Tips for Expats Driving In the Czech Republic

Post Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 7:44 pm

Thank you. It's a very valuable information for those who want to drive a car in the Czech Republic.

 

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