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Belgian Motoring

Conrad Freethy 
by our Belgium expert Conrad Freethy
 

Driving & Directions in Belgium

Belgian roads have strict speed limits which are as low as 30 kph in certain areas such as near schools, hospitals, churches and so on. Radar traps and on-the-spot fines are regularly used to catch speeders.

A fire extinguisher and warning triangle are now also compulsory in Belgium and must be kept in your car at all times. Finally it's worth noting that, unlike in many of Belgium's neighbouring countries, there are no motorway tolls.

Here are a few basic phrases to help in case you get lost...

Directions in Dutch
English Dutch
Where is…? Waar is ...?
Straight ahead rechtdoor
To the right rechts
To the left links
Traffic lights stoplichten
Junction tweesprong
Roundabout rotonde
Opposite tegenovergestelde
Here hier
Is it far? Is het ver?
A ticket ticket
A single Enkeltje
A return Retourtje

Belgian News

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