Principles of using the motorway
The motorway may be used by motor vehicles and motorcycles only. The traffic of bicycles and motorbikes, tractors, house carts and pedestrians is forbidden in the motorway.
|140 km/h is the maximum permissible speed in the motorway.|
|40 km/h is the minimum permissible speed in the motorway.|
|Motorway traffic should drive in the right lane, the left lane to be used when overtaking.|
|It is forbidden to stop in the whole length of the motorway, except for designated places (the so-called MOPs).|
|In compliance with the Road Traffic Regulations, it is also forbidden to reverse and make a U-turn in the motorway. The above also applies to Toll Plazas being an integral part of the motorway.
Drivers may pass to the traffic lane carrying the traffic in the opposite direction solely using the nearest motorway interchange.
|In case of a vehicle failure, the drivers should stop the car in the emergency lane, get out of the car on the passenger’s side, put the emergency lights on, put up the warning triangle, and proceed to the nearest emergency telephone situated in the same traffic lane.|
|Drivers are forbidden to cross traffic lanes and median strip over to the other side of the motorway.|
|Hitchhikers are forbidden to stop vehicles in the motorway and in the motorway interchanges, and drivers are forbidden to let passengers get out of vehicles in the motorway.|