- Driving in Belgium | RAC Drive
Visitors driving in Belgium are required by law to carry the following items Hefty on-the-spot fines can be issued for failing to carry specific items: Reflective jackets (must be worn if involved in a breakdown or an accident or alongside a road where stopping or parking is prohibited)
- Driving in Belgium - The ultimate Belgium drivers guide
Driving in Belgium When driving in Belgium, remember that you need to drive on the right side of the road, which is something you will need to get adjusted to quickly if you are coming from a country that drives on the left
- Guide to driving in Belgium - Confused. com
Despite the ease of getting around, driving around Belgium does have some surprises you should be aware of Getting started Belgium has such an impressive network of toll-free, well-lit motorways that it would be tempting to tear through the country without stopping
- Driving in Belgium -- Rule of the right?? - Belgium Forum . . .
Re: Driving in Belgium -- Rule of the right?? Mar 5, 2010, 12:28 PM "priorite a la droit" (sp?) was a famous traffic rule in France , but I was unaware of it in Belgium , although I've only driven there a couple of times
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- Belgium Guide: Driving in Belgium, Road network, traffic . . .
With a little knowledge together with common sense, driving in Belgium is a great way to get around The Belgian road network The extensive road network in Belgium consists of modern highways without tolls and secondary roads which, especially in the Walloon region, are sometimes poorly maintained
- Driving in Belgium
Driving in Belgium Knowing where you're going Take care when following roadsigns in Belgium; many Belgian towns have two names, depending on which of Belgium's two languages is being used: sometimes both will be indicated, but this is not always the case
- Belgium and driving around - Fodors Travel Talk Forums
I think driving in Belgium is considered challenging by Americans because of the languages (ie, it helps to know town names and key words in both French and Flemish) and, also, because Priority is