Driving in Luxembourg
Road rules of Luxembourg
We have put together some key Luxembourgish road rules to help awareness of different driving laws in foreign countries.
These rules are to be used as a guide, please be aware that rules are subject to change and are correct as of November 2014. Please ask your Avis representative if any queries arise.
Please ask your Avis representative about toll charges and road charges before leaving the Avis car hire location and whether snow tyres or chains are needed.
Take a look at our Luxembourg location page for ideas, travelling tips and booking information.
Which Side of the Road?
In Luxembourg, please drive on the RIGHT side of the road.
Unique Country Driving Laws
- There are no Tolls on Luxembourgish Motorways.
- Mobile phones may only be used hands free while driving.
Use of winter tyres is compulsory for car drivers in winter conditions, including when frost, black ice or ice sheets are present on the road. This restriction also applies to cars driving through Luxembourg.
For a standard Avis rental vehicle with no trailers:
- Urban areas: 31 mph (50 km/h)
- Rural areas: 55 mph (90 km/h)
- Motorways: 80mph (130km/h)
Unless indicated by road signs.
Child Safety / Seatbelt Laws
- Seatbelts must be worn in the front and back seats by all adults.
- Children under 3 should be seated in a proper child seat that corresponds appropriately to the weight of the child.
- Children aged 3 to 18 years who are under 1.50 metres in height must be properly harnessed in an appropriate seat.
- Children over 1.50 metres tall should be secured with a seatbelt in the front or back.
Please note - It is the child’s parent / guardian or vehicle renter’s responsibility to fit the child seat.
Compulsory Equipment in your Avis rental car
- A warning triangle. In the event of an accident or breakdown, the triangle must be placed 30 meters behind the vehicle on ordinary roads, and 100 meters on motorways, to warn following traffic.
- A first aid kit.
- A fire extinguisher.
- A reflective vest must be put on before getting out of the car in the event of an accident or breakdown on any road.
- Fire Department
- European Emergency Number