Driving a Car in the Netherlands
As in a number of other European countries, the Netherlands will not allow
you to drive with an alcohol blood level of .05 mg/ml.
Speeding and other traffic offences are subject to high, on-the-spot fines.
In some cases your vehicle can even be confiscated.
As in other European Union members, the Netherlands requires all occupants
of a vehicle to wear their seat belts.
A valid national driver's licence held for at least one year is required to
rent a car in the Netherlands.
Non-Roman script licences require an International Drivers Permit from their
current residence in combination with local licence.
Maximum age for drivers in the Netherlands is 75 years.
Speed Limit in the Netherlands
Open Road -