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Tolls, tips and driving advice

Touring tips

Drinking and driving: The permitted level of alcohol in the bloodstream is 0.05 per cent.

Driving licence: Minimum age at which an Irish licence holder may drive temporarily imported car and / or motorcycle 18.

Fines: On-the-spot.

Fuel: Leaded (98 octane), unleaded petrol (95 & 98 octane) and Diesel (Gasoil) is available but not LPG available. It is forbidden to carry petrol in a can. Credit cards are accepted at most filling stations, check with your card issuer for usage in Andorra before travel.

Lights: Dipped headlights should be used in poor daytime visibility.

Motorcycles: Use of dipped headlights during the day compulsory. The wearing of a crash helmet is compulsory.

Motor Insurance: Third party insurance is compulsory.

Passengers/Children in cars: Children under 10 years and measuring less than 1.5m must be placed in a restraint system adapted to their size, of an EU approved design. If they are travelling in the front of the car, the airbag must be deactivated.

Seat belts: Compulsory for front seat occupants to wear seat belts, if fitted.

Speed limits: Standard legal limits, which may be varied by signs, for private vehicles with or without trailers. In built-up areas: 50 km/h, outside built-up areas between 60 and 90 km/h.

Compulsory equipment in Andorra

  • Spare bulbs
  • Warning triangle
  • Reflective yellow waistcoat

Other rules/requirements in Andorra

Winter tyres are recommended.

Snow chains must be used when road conditions or signs indicate.

This information should be read in conjunction with general advice for motoring in Europe.

Toll Prices

N/A - Toll Prices are not available at this time

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