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The Swedish drive on the right and overtake on the left. Sweden's road network is extensive and well maintained, with toll-free motorways and thousands of picturesque roads in the countryside. You must drive with headlights on 24 hours a day.
A warning triangle is obligatory (to be placed 50-100 metres behind the vehicle).
If you speed in Sweden, you risk a heavy fine and maybe even losing your driving license. Sweden is heavily forested; as a result there are a lot of "Animal" warning signs posted. These signs must be taken seriously.
In Sweden seatbelts are compulsory front and rear. Children under 7 yr olds should be restrained in approved seat. It is illegal to use a back facing Child safety seat in a car that has a passenger side airbag.
The blood/alcohol limit in Sweden is 0.02. It is best to avoid alcohol completely if driving. You can be prosecuted even if you have drunk only the equivalent of less than a can of beer and police make frequent spot checks.
It is advisable to carry your driving licence, insurance certificate and vehicle registration, along with your passport.
There are no tolls on Sweden's Roads
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