Driving a car in Denmark
Denmark has strict drunk-driving laws where anything
at or over .05 mg/ml will get you into trouble.
Like in most European countries seatbelts are required for everybody in Denmark.
Children 3-6 have to be in special seats and children under
3 in something even more restrictive.
Use dipped headlights when driving at all times, no matter
what time of day.
Road signs use standard international symbols and you drive
on the right.
Vehicles are not permitted to drive into former Eastern Europe and UK.
Radar traps are everywhere and it might be wise to observe the speed limits. On-the-spot fines can be enforced so carry cash if you
do have a lead foot.