Announcement Of The Road Traffic Act

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af færdselsloven

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Overview (table of contents)
Chapter 1 Scope of the Act etc.
Chapter 2 Rules for all traffic
Chapter 3 Rules of the road for pedestrians
Chapter 4 Traffic regulations for running
Chapter 5 Speed ​​
Chapter 6 Special rules for the traffic on the motorway and expressway
Chapter 7 Special rules for bicycles
Chapter 8 Special rules for mopeds
Chapter 9 Special rules for motorcycles
Chapter 10 Drivers of vehicles etc.
Chapter 11 Vehicles, etc.
Chapter 12 Safety
Chapter 13 Transport, loading condition, weight, dimensions, etc.
Chapter 13 a driving and rest time
Chapter 14 Obstacles on the way
Chapter 14 a Special conditions for persons with disabilities
Chapter 15 Traffic Control and marking etc.
Chapter 16 Compensation and insurance
Chapter 17 Penalty, taxes, etc.
Chapter 17 a Payment Provisions
Chapter 18 Withdrawal of the driving license
Chapter 18 a confiscation
Chapter 18 b Punishment etc. by regulatory changes
Chapter 19 No action abroad
Chapter 19 a Administrative provisions
Chapter 20 Commencement and transitional provisions of the Act's rules on drink driving, etc. and disqualification
Chapter 21 Commencement and transitional provisions of the Act other rules
Appendix 1
The full text
Order of the Road Traffic Act
Hereby promulgated Road Traffic Act,. Act no. 1276 of 24 October 2007, as amended by Act no. 491 of 17 June 2008, § 1 of Law no. 498 of 17 June 2008.
The changes imposed by § 21, no. 1 of Law no. 309 of 19 April 2006 on the registration of vehicles is not included in this consolidated act as the effective date of these changes, the tax minister, see. § 26, Act no. 309 of 19 april 2006.
Chapter 1
Scope of the Act etc.
Scope of the Act
§ 1. This Act shall, unless otherwise specified, for use on the road, which is used for general traffic of one or more traffic species.
Definitions etc.
§ 2. For the purposes of this Act:










First Axle load:







The pressure is transferred to the road wheels of an axle.










2. Car:







Motor vehicle that is equipped with 4 or more wheels or belts, rollers, runners or the like, as well as motor vehicle on three wheels if the weight exceeds 400 kg.










3. Trailers:







Motor vehicle or coupled thereto, if the weights, axle load, size or other construction eliminates vehicle registration and which is designed to transport particularly heavy or bulky goods.










4. Dead weight:







Weight of the vehicle with accessories vehicle normally entails. The weight of equipment, including fuel, lubricating oil and cooling water as well as leads are not included weight.










5. Pedestrian:







The part of the road intended for pedestrians when crossing the lane or bike path, and that is particularly marked.










6. Moped:








Two- or three-wheeled vehicle with an internal combustion engine with a cylinder capacity not exceeding 50 cm3 or an electric motor with a maximum design speed not exceeding 45 km per hour. Mopeds are divided into large moped with a maximum design speed exceeding 30 kilometers per hour and small moped with a maximum design speed not exceeding 30 km per hour.










7. Creep Track:







Special lane which with traffic sign assigned for slow moving traffic.










8. Lane:







The part of the road intended for running, including but not cycle path or bridleway. The rules on traffic on the roadway also applies to traffic on the bike path and bridleway.










9. Vehicle:







Device on wheels, belts, rollers, runners or other, which is adapted for driving on the road and not rail. Traffic rules for running apply to the extent they can be used also for riding and those who lead horses or driving cattle.










10. daytime:







Time from sunset to sunrise or whenever the use of vehicle lights due to darkness, fog, mist, rain or other bad term- or lighting conditions is required either to make the vehicle more visible to other road users or for the driver sufficient sight.










11. Motorcycle:







Motor vehicle on two wheels with or without a sidecar and motor vehicle on three wheels if the weight does not exceed 400 kg.










12. Motorized Vehicle:







Vehicle bearing-propelled vehicle. For wheelchair which is designed for a maximum speed of 15 km per hour and only with considerable constructive change can be changed to more speed, the provisions on the bike where otherwise provided. Motor vehicles are divided into motor vehicle, tractor, motorized equipment and moped.










13. Motor vehicle:







Motor vehicle, mainly designed to independently used for carrying passengers or goods. Moped shall not be regarded as a motor vehicle. Motorized vehicle designed to pull another vehicle or tool, which is designed for a speed of over 40 kph, and motor vehicle, which is designed for other purposes, and which is designed for a speed of over 30 km per hour, are considered among motor vehicle. Motor vehicles are divided into car and motorcycle.










14. Motor Equipment:







Motor vehicle, which is mainly designed as a tool, which is designed for a maximum speed of 30 km per hour and only with a significant constructive change can be changed for greater speed. Motorized vehicle that is intended to be a continuous, regarded as motorized equipment.










15 Motorway and expressway:







Road which is reserved for motor traffic and road signs are inscribed respectively highway and expressway.










16. Parking:








Any hensætning of a vehicle with or without driver. Stopping shorter than 3 minutes, stopping for loading or embarkation and loading or unloading of goods shall not be regarded for parking.










17. Trailer:







Vehicle, which by their device is intended to be towed by another vehicle. Trailers are divided into semi-trailer, and their tool.










18. Outboard gear:







Second trailer than the trailer and semi-trailer. Camper regarded as their tool.










19. Trailer:







Trailer principally designed for the transport of persons or goods, semi-exempt.










20. Sidecar:







A-wheel vehicle that is coupled to the side of a vehicle and which are principally designed for the transport of persons or goods.










21. Semi-trailer:







Trailer principally designed for the transport of persons or goods and which is coupled to the towing vehicle so that the vehicle or its load rests partly on the towing vehicle.










22. Total weight:







Vehicle immediate weight with operating, operator and load (actual total weight) or by registration or approval permissible maximum weight of the vehicle with operating, operator and load (permissible total weight).










23. Road users:







Anyone who move or otherwise staying on the road or in the vehicle on the road.










24. Tractor:







Motor vehicle, which is mainly designed to pull another vehicle or tool, which is designed for a maximum speed of 40 kilometers per hour.










25. Closer built up area:







Area whose boundaries evinced by special markings.










26th Street:







Road, street, bike path, sidewalk, space, bridge, tunnel, passage, path, or the like, whether it is public or private.










27. Intersection:







Intersection, fork in the road and vejudmunding.










28. Lane:







Any of the lanes in the roadway can be shared, and each is sufficiently broad to be used by a number of vehicles with four wheels.

Chapter 2
Rules for all traffic
Ground rules etc.

§ 3. Road users must behave in a considerate and vigilant, so that there is no danger or injury or inconvenience to others, and so that traffic is not unnecessarily hindered or disturbed. There must also be shown consideration for those living or staying off the road.
PCS. 2. Special consideration should be shown to children, school patrols, the elderly and persons according particularly the Minister of Justice determined characteristics or otherwise, as determined from the circumstances suffer from impaired vision or hearing or other physical disability or sickness, which is to the disadvantage of those in the traffic flow.
PCS. 3. It is for the police and road authorities in consultation with the schools to take action to protect children from exposure to vehicular traffic on their way to and from school.
Advice to traffic
§ 4. Road users shall comply with instructions to traffic afforded by road signs, markings on the carriageway or cycle track, signaling or otherwise, in accordance. § 95.
PCS. 2. Road users shall comply with instructions to traffic given by the police or others that the Minister of Justice has authorized to regulate traffic flow, see. § 89. These instructions must be complied with prior to the instructions in paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. The instructions in paragraph. 1 and 2 shall be complied with prior to the traffic rules.
PCS. 4. Road users shall regardless of marking, that signify unconditional right of way, abide by signaling that regulates traffic in the intersection.
Traffic over the railway tracks etc.
§ 5. Road users are to cross the railway crossing, should be especially careful. Traffic over the level crossing must not take place when it can be seen or heard the train approaching. Running must adapt their speed so that stoppage, if necessary, can be done before the tracks. When the tracks passed, this must be done without undue delay.
PCS. 2. Road users must not pass the level crossing when:



1) the obligation to stop has been indicated by signaling
2) booms are closed, or while the booms are closed or opened, or
3) railway staff signify that trains approach.


PCS. 3. Stopping should be in a safe distance from the tracks and signal before or Boom.
PCS. 4 pcs. 1-3 also applies to passage of other crossings and driving at or above the track, located in the road, port space or the like without being bounded away.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Justice may provide the safeguards which must be observed when crossing level crossings with:



1) transport which is particularly slow or heavy,
2) loads that exceed the general provisions for width, length or height specified under § 84 or
3) animals pulled or driven.


Leg etc.
§ 6. No one may skip or on a vehicle is in motion, or to reside in a vehicle's running boards or the like, unless it is specifically authorized to do so.
PCS. 2. Sledge, handcart or similar must not be hung by vehicle. The running on skis, ice skates, roller skates or similar must not be dragged by the vehicle.
PCS. 3. There shall be no way run on skate board or made slide or toboggan runs. On the way except play streets, do not for playing or played ball for the inconvenience to traffic.
Emergency transport etc.
§ 7. The Minister of Justice shall provide emergency transport and including depart from rules of this Act.
PCS. 2. Where when driving with the emergency vehicle used special Minister of Justice provided an audible or visual, other road users in good time keeping the road open for the vehicle. Running, if necessary, stop.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may lay down specific provisions to ensure ambulances and brandslukningskøretøjers unhindered service to and from place of accident or fire.
PCS. 4. The motor vehicle, which in one case used to driving with seriously ill or injured or in another similar purposes which can not be postponed, and the front of the vehicle prominently affixed a white tablecloth, is this driving equivalent to emergency vehicle . The driver of the motor vehicle shall as soon as possible after such services has taken place, inform the police. Unauthorized use of white cloth is prohibited.

PCS. 5. Unauthorised persons must not come so near to the scene of an accident or a fire, rescue work and fire-fighting operation, including driving to or from the site, thereby hindering.
PCS. 6. Road users should give free passage for defense and emergency services columns, groups of children under the supervision of director, funeral procession or other connected procession.
Damage to road signs, etc.
§ 8. Whoever, with or without fault damage road signs, markings on the carriageway or cycle track, signaling and other traffic devices must immediately bring markings in order again, if possible. If this can not happen, the soon to inform the police and also undertake what is necessary to warn other road.
Liabilities arising from road accidents
§ 9. A road, with or without fault being involved in a traffic accident, must immediately stop.
PCS. 2. Trafikanten Furthermore



1) to the extent possible provide help to people who may be hurt,
2) participate in the measures to ensure traffic flow, as accident causes
3) provide their name and residence to another, involved in the accident, if he so requests,
4) provide their name and place of residence to the State on whose property or things that have happened harm if he so requests,
5) to notify the police if the road has caused significant harm to another person, and
6) to notify the victim or the police if the road has caused damage to property or thing and there is no present that can receive information about road user name and residence.


PCS. 3. Is anyone killed or seriously injured by færdselsuheldet, do not change the situation at the accident scene or remove tracks, which may be of importance for the investigation of the accident. Vehicles which have been involved in the accident should be moved if the location is hazardous to circulation.
Chapter 3
Traffic rules for pedestrians
§ 10. Starting to use footways, footpaths or discount, though not carriageway. The bike path or lane may only be used where there are no sidewalks, footpaths or suitable.
PCS. 2. Walking, which uses the roadway, then go into the far left side in the direction of traffic or if he draws a bicycle or moped, the far right side. The cutting may go in the opposite side, if that would otherwise be at risk or if special circumstances dictate.
PCS. 3. On the sidewalk, walkway, bike path or discount must be going not pull bicycle or moped or cause bulky items, if this would be significant inconvenience to other pedestrians. Walking, using the bike path, must not be to the disadvantage of running on the bike path.
PCS. 4. terrain that will pass lane or bike path, when the roadway or bike path trodden, take every precaution necessary on account of distance and the speed of the running approaching the site. The passage shall be made without undue delay.
PCS. 5. When crossing the carriageway or cycle track should pedestrian crossing used if one exists nearby. Available pedestrian or -tunnel nearby, bridge or tunnel where available.
PCS. 6. In cases other than referred to in paragraph. 5, the passage happen opposite lane or bike path and preferably in connection to the intersection.
PCS. 7. In places where traffic is regulated by the police or by signaling, the lane and cycle track only mounted when the signal applied to the cutting, the green light, or when at the police hand signals indicated that the traffic flow is free in the knocking direction of .
§ 11. As walking is also the one that runs on skis, skates, roller or the like, and the leading pram or handcart. The one who pushes the wheelchair wheels a bicycle or moped is likewise considered a trend.
§ 12. Closed procession must have substantially move on the discount, not dividing strip or in the driving lane right in the direction of traffic. Children in the group with a maximum of two next to each other if possible, use the sidewalk, footpath, discount, not dividing strip or bike path. Procession, as in the daytime use the discount lane or bike path, the front towards the center of the road lead to at least one lamp, showing white or yellow forward and back at least one lamp showing a red light to the rear.
§ 13 Invalid which itself leads wheelchair, the if running with normal walking speed, use footways, footpaths or pedestrian crossing as well and is considered in this case as pedestrians.
Chapter 4

Traffic regulations for running
The use of road different paths
§ 14. Are there on the way brought special lanes for different traffic types must be running to use the lane intended for traffic with the vehicle in question.
PCS. 2. Small moped must be on the bike path, unless otherwise indicated by traffic signs. The speed must be on bike path adjusted so as to not produce any danger or inconvenience to other traffic on this. Cyclists and transfer of small moped may only use the bike path on the right side of the road in the direction of traffic, unless otherwise indicated by traffic signs.
PCS. 3. Cycle or small moped must not run on the bike path, if the vehicle because of its breadth of laden or unladen condition can be significant inconvenience to the other running on the bike path.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice may provide for cyclists using pavements and footpaths. There must in such cases be a clear separation between the part of the sidewalk or pedestrian path, which cyclists must go, and the part which is reserved for pedestrians.
PCS. 5. Where there is a climbing lanes must be used by vehicles driven at a lower speed than that indicated on the traffic sign in the slow lane. Other vehicle shall not be in the slow lane. On leaving the creep track, the running ensure that the maneuver can be performed without danger or undue inconvenience to others.
The location on the road
§ 15. Driving with due regard to other traffic and conditions otherwise keep as far to the right as possible.
PCS. 2. Have the roadway three lanes, should a vehicle not use the lane, which is located on the far left in the direction of traffic, except traffic on the road is one-way.
PCS. 3. The distance to the vehicle in front to be adapted in such a way that there is no risk of collision, if the vehicle stops in front of, or its speed reduced. Vehicles, which are subject to a special speed control in accordance. § 43, the outside built-up area also keep such a distance to the front, to overtaking vehicles without danger can be inserted between such a vehicle and the vehicle ahead.
PCS. 4. Running must keep to the right of the traffic island, færdselsfyr and the like, which are located or placed on the roadway. Running can also run left, if this is indicated by marking or device is located on the lanes with one-way traffic.
PCS. 5. Vehicles used in roadworks, with due caution routed so that it is necessary to work.
Vibration etc.
§ 16. In advance of intersections, running in cases where the roadway has two or more lanes reserved for traffic flow in the same direction, position himself in the lane furthest to the right if there is to be swung to the right, and in the lane furthest to left, if there is to be pivoted to the left. The to be straight, can place himself in the lane, which, having regard to other traffic and the continued drive is the most appropriate.
PCS. 2. Running as at intersections want to change the traffic direction, before the preparation and execution of the maneuver make sure that this can be done without danger or undue inconvenience to others, which move in the same direction.
PCS. 3. By tilting to the right, the vehicle must be so far from the carriageway right edge as possible. The turn should be made as small as possible. By tilting to the left, the vehicle must be installed as far as possible towards the carriageway center or if the road is one-way traffic, from the driving lane left edge. The oscillation to be carried out in such a way that the vehicle, when it leaves the intersection is to the right of the traffic lane, it swings in to.
PCS. 4. Have the lane that the vehicle after the oscillation introduced into two or more lanes reserved for traffic flow in the same direction, oscillation, notwithstanding paragraphs. 3 performed in the manner taking into account other traffic and the continued drive is most appropriate.
PCS. 5. Oncoming vehicles from either side brought into an intersection, where they both must turn left, you drive past each other on the left if this can be done without danger or inconvenience.
§ 17. § 16 paragraph. 1-3, also apply when driving over or off the road outside intersection.
PCS. 2. Vehicles used in roadworks, with due caution routed so that it is necessary to work.
Turning, reversing and lane changes, etc.

§ 18. Driving must before turning or reversing ensure that the maneuver can be performed without danger or inconvenience to others. Reversal must be carried forward to the left, unless the conditions do not allow this.
PCS. 2. Running must before starting from the edge of the road when changing lane or other modification of the vehicle relative to the side ensure that the maneuver can be performed without danger or undue inconvenience to others. The same applies when the running will stop or rapidly reduce the speed.
PCS. 3. Running in the access lane (acceleration lane) must adjust its speed to traffic conditions in the lane to be used during the continuous driving, and leave the access path when it can do so without danger or undue inconvenience. Driving in the lane as traffic flow in the access track to drive into, must, if necessary, by reducing speed, facilitate the exit from the access path.
PCS. 4. Where the number of lanes reserved for traffic flow in the same direction decreases, the running during mutual consideration adapt their driving to the changed conditions, including possibly changing the speed. The same applies to the confluence of two lanes.
PCS. 5. Exit Course (decelerationsbane) must be used immediately on the track beginning. The same applies lanes reserved for a certain kind traffic and lanes to be used at oscillation.
Driving at bus stop etc.
§ 19. Running as in built-up area is approaching a bus stop where a bus is stopped, if the driver of the bus signals to start, slowing down and if necessary stop, so that the bus can leave the bus stop. The driver of the bus is not relieved thereby to exercise special care to avoid danger.
PCS. 2. Running approaching a school bus that has stopped to pick up or set users must exercise special care. The same applies when a school bus is leaving such a place. The driver must pay particular attention to whether children are on the road or on the way out on this.
meeting
§ 20. Driving, which face each other, must keep to the right. They must keep sufficient distance to the side between the vehicles and also exercise special care to road users who frequent the carriageway right. Is the road partially blocked, the vehicle, in the side of the road blocking is, if necessary, stop and let the attorney of record vehicle pass.
PCS. 2. When the part on a vehicle used for road works, may be with due caution is run in the manner which is most appropriate.
overtaking
§ 21. Overtaking must be done on the left. However, overtaking happen right on a vehicle if the driver turns left or clearly preparing such a swing. Cyclists and transfer of small moped can overtake vehicles of other species right.
PCS. 2. Running that will overtake must ensure that this can be done without danger, in particular:



1) the lane in which the overtaking take place, in a sufficiently long stretch is free from the oncoming traffic, and that there is no other obstacle for overtaking,
2) to the vehicle ahead does not provide evidence to overtake another vehicle
3) that cars traveling behind has not started overtaking and
4) that, except in cases where overtaking is done in a lane where oncoming traffic should not occur after overtaking is undoubtedly possible to reintroduce the vehicle into the traffic flow without being detrimental to this.


PCS. 3. The overtaking must keep enough distance to side between his vehicle and the vehicle being overtaken. Failing overtaking on the left, the overtaking keep to the right as soon as this can be done without danger or inconvenience. The vehicle does not need to be taken back into the lane to the right if the overtaking after overtaking intends immediately to overtake another vehicle and the conditions to overtake are otherwise met.
PCS. 4. Vehicle used by roadworks, with due caution overtaken in the manner that is most appropriate.
§ 22. When the vehicle in front becomes aware that one coming from behind to overtake on the left, the stay as far to the right as possible and must not increase the speed.

PCS. 2. If a vehicle is kept at low speed or occupy much space, and the road is narrow and sinuous, or there is oncoming traffic, the driver must pay special attention to coming from behind traffic. If it can make overtaking easier, the driver must reduce speed and, if necessary, drive the vehicle to the side as soon as possible, and possibly even halt.
Prohibition of overtaking
§ 23. Overtaking must be made:



1) immediately before or at intersections unless:



a) the vehicles are placed in lanes reserved for traffic flow in the same direction, see. § 16 paragraph. 1
b) overtaking must be right for the sake of vehicle turns left,
c) in traffic flow at the intersection is regulated by the police or by signaling or
d) traffic on the intersecting road unconditionally give way under § 26


2) immediately before or on a level crossing, or
3) when the table in front of or on the daunting hills or in vejkurve is limited unless the roadway in the direction of at least two lanes when oncoming traffic is not apt.


PCS. 2 pcs. 1 does not apply to overtake two-wheeler and two-wheeled small moped.
Pass-and changing lanes in close traffic
§ 24. Is traffic flow tight and fed it into several rows at a rate determined by the vehicle in front, it should not be considered as an overtaking if a vehicle in a lane passes a vehicle in another lane. In such cases may not be changed lane, except as required by § 16 paragraph. 1, § 17 paragraph. 1, § 18 paragraph. 3-5, or it happens to park or stop.
PCS. 2. If the vehicle in a lane of traffic signs are reserved for a certain kind of traffic, past a vehicle in another lane which is reserved for such traffic, or it will be over run, this is not considered as overtaking.
Overtaking and passing through pedestrian crossing
§ 25. Drivers approaching a zebra crossing must not overtake or pass another vehicle if that vehicle obstructs a full view of the crossing.
Right of way etc.
§ 26. Driving shall exercise particular caution at intersections.
PCS. 2. When driving into or over a road has it running right of way for vehicular traffic from both sides (unconditional right of way), where this is indicated by markings in accordance with § 95.
PCS. 3. Unconditional right of way shall also apply on exit from the parking lot, property or plot of land, gas station or other similar area outside the road from the footpath, pedestrian street, lane or the like and at every exit from the road that takes over the sidewalk, bike path or discount which is elevated above the roadway on the road that run into. Cyclist or moped rider, who from a bike path that is not brought in connection with a road running into or over a road and the cyclist or moped rider, ranging from a bicycle lane on the roadway, also have unconditional right of way.
PCS. 4. When running in other cases move in such a way that their directions of traffic intersect, the driver of the vehicle, the second vehicle on its right side, giving way (right vigepligt), unless otherwise provided by § 18 | || PCS. 5. Running, which give way shall clearly way by in time to slow or stop, indicate that they will meet to give way. The run continued only when taking into account other vehicle position on the road, the distance to them and their speed can be done without danger or inconvenience.
PCS. 6. Running Do not swing left before it can be done without inconvenience to oncoming traffic. By tilting to the right should it running is not a disadvantage for cyclists and moped riders running straight ahead. If in connection with the road landscaped bike path, where the highway in both directions are permitted (two-way cycle track), the running not swing to the left until it can be done without inconvenience to cyclists and moped riders running straight ahead. The same applies when swinging right over for oncoming cyclists and moped riders. Similar rules apply when driving over or off the road outside intersection.

PCS. 7. Running approaching or entering the intersection, running so that no unnecessary inconvenience to traffic on the intersecting road, if he is forced to stop at the intersection. At intersections where traffic is controlled by signaling, it must be running, even if the signal shows green light, do not drive into the intersection, where that because of traffic conditions on the ground must realize that the intersection will not be forgiven, before the signal is switched to green light for intersections.
Liabilities for pedestrians
§ 27. Running as meetings or running transient, to give the walking time to give way, and otherwise provide the continuous adequate space on the road.
PCS. 2. Running, running over the pavement or footpath, or otherwise transfer the vehicle into the roadway from exit from the property by road, keep returning for pedestrians. The same applies when driving into or pedestrian.
PCS. 3. When driving on the pedestrian, the running exercise special care and consideration for pedestrians.
PCS. 4. At the bus stop, located at the edge of bike path, where passengers are not recorded from or deposited on an area specially designed for them, they must ride on the bike path hold back and if necessary stop for loading or afstigende passengers.
PCS. 5. By tilting at intersections should running not endanger pedestrians crossing the carriageway to be used in the continued run. The same applies to driving over or off the road outside intersection.
PCS. 6. At the pedestrian crossing at places where traffic is regulated by the police or by signaling, be it running, although he also according to the signal or police hand signals can pass the pedestrian crossing, keeping back to pedestrians who are crossing the path of the road. Is such a pedestrian crossing located at the intersection, the running that after the turn at the junction to pass field, run with appropriate low speed and if necessary stop to allow pedestrians to pass, which is in the pedestrian crossing or on the way out of this.
PCS. 7. Drivers approaching a zebra crossing not controlled, must adapt their speed so that there is no danger or inconvenience to pedestrians who are crossing or are on the way out of this. The running if necessary stop to allow pedestrians to pass.
PCS. 8. Driving should be avoided wherever possible, the vehicle stopped at the pedestrian crossing.
Stopping and parking
§ 28. Stopping or parking should not be at such place or in such a way that there is danger or inconvenience to traffic.
PCS. 2. Stopping or parking is only allowed on the right side of the road in the direction of traffic. In less busy road and the road with one-way traffic may be stopping or parking, however, be on the left. By stopping or parking the vehicle must be placed in its length direction by the carriageway outer edge or, if possible, outside it. By stopping or parking in the parking lot outside the built-up area is brought in close connection with the road, the driver as far as possible use the car park, located to the right in the direction of traffic.
PCS. 3. Stopping or parking should not be at a bicycle lane or sidewalk. The same applies to central reservations, traffic islands and the like. Vehicles with a maximum permissible weight not exceeding 3.5 t, however, unless otherwise specified in a local publication, stopped or parked with a portion of the vehicle on the sidewalk, if this does not endanger or inconvenience to traffic on the sidewalk. 1st clause. does not apply to bicycles and mopeds.
PCS. 4. When the driver of a vehicle leaves this, ensure that the vehicle can not be put off by itself. The driver must also take measures to ensure that the vehicle is not unduly used by others. Compulsory device to prevent unauthorized use must be put into operation. Transport Minister may specify the types of locking devices to be used.
PCS. 5. Opening of car doors, boarding or alighting and loading or unloading will take place in such a way that there is no danger or undue inconvenience.
§ 29. Stopping or parking should not happen:



1) on the pedestrian crossing or off the exit from the cycle path or within a distance of 5 m in front of the pedestrian crossing or exit,
2) in the intersection or within a distance of 10 m from the transverse run or bicycle path edge
3) the level crossing or another crossing,
4) in such a way that traffic sign or signal covered,

5) the bridge over the motorway, the viaduct or tunnel,
6) at or near the hilltop or in or at confusing road curve,
7) on the stretch where the road before junction by blocking lines are divided into lanes, or within a distance of 5 m before the beginning of such a line,
8) next to the locking line if the distance between the vehicle and the line is less than 3 m, and there is no barrier between the vehicle and the line is a broken line,
9) in the slow lane or
10) the marked parking place for taxis.


PCS. 2. At the bus stop is not allowed to stop or park on the marked line on each side of the stop sign. If such a marking not apply the ban within a distance of 12 meters on each side of the plate.
PCS. 3. Parking must not happen:



1) closer than 30 meters from the level crossing,
2) next to the entrance and exit to and from the property, or otherwise so as to drive to or from the property significantly hampered
3) the roadway on the main roads outside built-up area
4) next to another vehicle that stops at the carriageway edge, except for the two-wheeler, two-wheel moped or two-wheel motorcycle, or
5) in such a way that access to a vehicle is hereby prevented, or that it can be moved from the site.


PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice may specify additional ban on parking and stopping, including applicable for various types of vehicles.
§ 30. §§ 28 and 29 shall not apply to vehicles used in roadworks where stopping or parking is necessary to work, and that appropriate security measures. The same goes for stopping or parking, conducted by police, rescue or rescue teams.
Liabilities by stopping and parking in special areas and in special cases
§ 31. If the vehicle stopped or parked on the track, located in the road, port space or the like, or within 2 m from the nearest rail, the driver may not remove further from the vehicle than that he can always be aware of any traffic the track. As can be seen or heard the train or other rail vehicle approaches, the driver unsolicited remove the vehicle.
PCS. 2. Vehicle, which because of traffic accidents, engine failure or some other reason is detained in a place where it is forbidden to stop or park shall be informed promptly moved to a suitable place, unless otherwise provided in § 9. If the vehicle stopped at such place or in such a way that there is danger or inconvenience to traffic, the driver if the vehicle is not removed immediately, take steps to warn other road. Motorized vehicle other than two-wheeled mopeds and two-wheeled motorcycle and trailer must be marked with a triangular warning device. This must allow the running approaching, plenty of warning. Transport Minister shall issue regulations on the warning device and its placement.
PCS. 3. If the vehicle is stopped on the level crossing or another crossing, the driver if the vehicle can not immediately be moved, also take the measures necessary to warn drivers of trains or other rail vehicle.
Signals and signs
§ 32. Driving should, when necessary, to prevent or avert the danger by audible or visual signal or other appropriate means to draw other road users to the dangers. In daytime the driver of motor vehicle use light signals instead of the audio signal, unless the danger is imminent. Audio signal must not be used outside of the cases mentioned in the 1st and 2nd clauses., And shall last no longer than necessary. Light signal given by blinking with the vehicle's main and dipped beam.
PCS. 2. Running to give evidence before starting from the edge of the road and before turning and swinging. Running should also give signals before changing lanes or other significant modification to the vehicle's location to the next motorway. When changing lanes or other significant modification to the vehicle's location to the next in any other way than highway must ride give signals when required for the guidance of other traffic. The sign must be given using turn signals when placing them on the vehicle is required or permitted, and also know that one arm row horizontally to the side.

PCS. 3. Transport Minister may establish rules on the use of hazard warning lights, including rules on the compulsory use of the hazard warning by unexpected congestion or other direct danger to highway.
PCS. 4. Running that stop or rapidly reduce the speed to give evidence when required for the guidance of others. The sign shall be given using the stop lamp, the placing of which on the vehicle is required or permitted, and also know that one arm row in the weather.
PCS. 5. The characters mentioned in the paragraph. 2 and 4 shall be given in good time before the planned maneuver and in a clearly visible and unambiguous manner. Tegngivningen must later be terminated when the maneuver is completed.
Headlight transfer
§ 33. When driving in the daytime, the mandatory lighting remains on. On several combinations of vehicles it is only necessary to keep the taillights on the back of the carriage train and license plate illumination lit by wagon train's rear license plate.
PCS. 2. High beam (high beam) to be used when the driver's line of sight, taking into account vehicle speed is otherwise insufficient for safe driving.
PCS. 3. Main beam (high beam) should not be used:



1) on the stretch where the road is sufficiently illuminated,
2) when meeting another vehicle at such a distance from this, the driver can be blinded
3) by meeting with trains, which are advanced along the road, if there can be a risk of glare using high beam, or
4) when driving behind another vehicle, if the vehicle in front can be blinded by the beam and use low beam taking into account vehicle speed and brightness also provides the operator with sufficient sight for safe driving.


PCS. 4. If the beam (high beam) after paragraph. 2 is not required, the dipped headlights (low beam) are used. If the beam (high beam) under paragraph. 3 may not be used, must be dipped (low beam) are used.
PCS. 5. Fog lights may only be used in fog and under heavy precipitation and can then be used instead of the prescribed lighting. Additional lights should not be used for any purpose other than that for which the device is intended.
PCS. 6. Lights should not be used so that other drivers can be dazzled.
PCS. 7. Use of other lights and other reflectors than required or permitted in this Act or the regulations drawn up in pursuance of the law, is prohibited.
§ 33 a. When driving without daytime be dipped headlights (low beam) used for motor vehicles. When driving with motorized equipment, this only applies if the motor gear bears the dipped-beam headlamps. Instead of passing beam can be used fog lamps or special daytime running lights.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the exemption from the obligation to use low beam, etc. for occasional services with vintage vehicles and by using vehicles under construction or repair.
PCS. 3. § 33 paragraph. 7, also applies when traveling outside the daytime.
§ 34. Vehicles not to be equipped with lamps, the lights at night be marked in accordance with rules set by the Minister of Transport.
PCS. 2. Transport Minister may provide for marking of riding.
§ 35. If the vehicle in the daytime stopped or parked on the road, the vehicle lights (parking), tail lights and number plate lights are kept on. Justice may after consultation with the Minister of Transport provide for that other lights than those mentioned in point 1., Should or may be kept on.
PCS. 2. A vehicle shall not be equipped with lamps, the when, in the daytime is stopped or parked on the road, be marked in accordance with rules set by the Minister of Transport.
PCS. 3. Other lights than those covered by paragraph. 1 and 2 may not be kept on.
PCS. 4. Is a motor vehicle whose length and width does not exceed 6 m and 2 m, parked along the road's edge in the built-up area, only need lights (parking lights) and rear light toward center of the road to be on unless the vehicle is connected to another vehicle . Justice may after consultation with the Minister of Transport adopt provisions that could be devoted special side lamp.
PCS. 5. When stopping or parking of articulated vehicle, the provision of § 33 paragraph. 1, 2nd sentence.

§ 36. § 35 shall not apply where the road is so well informed that the vehicle can be clearly observed at a sufficient distance, or if it is stopped or parked on the parking lot or other designated parking area.
PCS. 2. The lighting does not need to be on a two-wheeler, two-wheel moped or two-wheel motorcycle, if the vehicle is left along the road's outer edge.
Bicycle and motor racing
§ 37. Cycling can only take place with police permission. Police may prohibit training driving on certain roads and certain times.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may provide for the implementation of jogging for cyclists.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice or the minister authorizes may permit:



1) international motor racing passes Danish territory
2) organized orienteering and precise concentricity of motor vehicles and mopeds
3) held speed competitions on less important and less busy roads in a safe manner is isolated from all other traffic and that
4) to be held racing on temporary closed lane established on the road that would otherwise be used for general traffic of one or more traffic species.


PCS. 4. Any other crosscut and bet on-road use must not take place.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Justice shall provide payment for any police assistance, after police discretion is required during the execution of the paragraph. Said 1-3 years.
PCS. 6. Racing outside road used for general traffic of one or more traffic species, may only take place with police permission and in an approved by the police cordoned off track.
PCS. 7. The Minister of Justice may lay down detailed rules on decisions under paragraph. 3 and 6 and on the ability to appeal these decisions, including the decisions can not be appealed to any other administrative authority. Justice may also, following negotiations with the Minister of Transport set modalities for police approval of lanes for racing under paragraph. 3, no. 4 and paragraph. 6 and whether safeguards to protect the public and race participants at these racing.
Unnecessary noise, etc.
§ 38. The driver of the motor vehicle to operate the vehicle so that it does not emit unnecessary noise or excessive fumes or gases.
PCS. 2. and by settlement should drive that is unnecessary and disruptive, not take place. Speed ​​and driving style also be at such places adjusted so that others are not unduly disturbed.
Defence and emergency services vehicles
§ 39. defense and emergency services vehicles the traffic rules to the extent they can be used. Where rules waived, measures must be taken to avoid danger or undue inconvenience to other drivers.
Local traffic calming
§ 40. The Minister of Transport may, after consultation with the Minister of Justice and in consultation with the Minister, on the recommendation of the municipal authorities waive the rules in Chapters 2, 3 and 4 to the extent that it is necessary for local areas to facilitate the smooth traffic calming.
Chapter 5
Speed ​​
General rules
§ 41. A vehicle speed must always be proportionate with special attention to the safety of others. The running then required to take road, weather and term conditions, vehicle condition and load condition and traffic conditions otherwise considered. The speed must never be higher than the driver retains full control of the vehicle. There must be stopped on the stretch of road ahead of the vehicle, the driver has visibility of, and in front of any obstacles that are likely. When switching from the main beam (high beam) beam headlamps (low beam) must speed before Dimming adapted to the new term conditions.
PCS. 2. Running to hold an after conditions suitable low speed:



1) in built-up area
2) when visibility is reduced due to light or weather conditions,
3) at intersections and curves,
4) the pedestrian crossing,
5) the hilltop or in other places where inventory is limited
6) at risk of glare,
7) by meeting with another vehicle on the narrow road
8) on wet, slippery or greasy lead,
9) where the vehicle is approaching bus that stops to record or set down passengers,
10) where the vehicle is approaching children on or near the road,

11) where the vehicle is approaching horses or cattle on the road
12) which carried out work on the road, and
13) past-accident location on the road.


PCS. 3. Running should not prevent other kørendes normal driving by without reasonable driving with excessive low speed or sudden braking.
PCS. 4. In inclement weather, be it running adapt their speed so that the other as far as possible tilstænkes.
General speed limits
§ 42. On roads other than motorways and roads must speed of vehicles does not exceed the following limits:



1) in built-up area: 50 km per hour,
2) outside built-up area: 80 km per hour.


PCS. 2. On motorways the speed shall not exceed 130 km per hour.
PCS. 3. On the roads, the speed shall not exceed 80 km per hour.
PCS. 4. For a stretch of road can be made for a higher speed limit than the general speed limit, if circumstances, including traffic flow, justify, and key road safety considerations do not contrast. On dual carriageways and motorways, the speed shall not exceed 90 km per hour and 130 kilometers per hour.
PCS. 5. For a stretch of road where it will not be safe or desirable to permit driving at speeds corresponding to the general speed limit may be set a lower limit. In built-up area can be similarly set a lower speed limit for a specified area.
Speed ​​for specific types of vehicles
§ 43. For buses with a maximum permissible weight exceeds 3500 kg, the speed regardless § 42 never exceed 80 km per hour.
PCS. 2. For other vehicles, the permissible laden weight of more than 3500 kg (trucks) and for road train consisting of a truck or a bus, a maximum permissible mass exceeding 3500 kg and to registration trailer must speed on roads other than highways regardless § 42 never exceed 70 km per hour. In built-up area speed shall not exceed 50 kilometers per hour, whether set a higher local speed limit.
PCS. 3. For vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of not more than 3,500 kg, the speed on roads other than highways regardless § 42 never exceed 70 kilometers per hour if trailer, semi-trailer or trailer to registration tool, including caravan. The same applies to motorcycle if trailer or trailer to registration tool.
PCS. 4. in paragraph. 2 and 3, vehicles must speed on motorways regardless § 42 never exceed 80 km per hour.
PCS. 5. For cars and motorcycles, which are connected to a not-to registration outboard tool and for tractors and motor gears may speed regardless § 42 never exceed 30 km per hour.
PCS. 6. For vehicle or combination of vehicles on which one or more pairs of wheels have massive wheel coverings must speed regardless § 42 never exceed 15 km per hour.
PCS. 7. When registering or licensing a motor vehicle can provide a special, lower speed if the vehicle structure so require.
PCS. 8. The Minister of Justice may, after consultation with the Minister of Transport, where appropriate circumstances, set a higher speed limit than those in paragraph. 1-5 above, applicable for special vehicle types, provided road safety or vehicle technical reasons make it inappropriate.
PCS. 9. Notwithstanding paragraph. 4, the Minister of Justice after consultation with the Minister of Transport decide on performing tests with higher speeds on highways in the first paragraph. 2 and 3 vehicles.
§ 43a. For large moped must speed regardless § 42 never exceed 45 km per hour. For small moped must speed regardless § 42 never exceed 30 km per hour.
Chapter 6
Special rules for the traffic on the motorway and expressway
motorway
§ 44. Traffic on the highway and the access and slip to such a route is only allowed for motor vehicles on a level road can and must be fed at a rate of at least 40 kph.
PCS. 2. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 police may authorize the driving loader, if transport is not reasonably practicable otherwise.

PCS. 3. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 police may allow running as part of a profession from the nearest access to the nearest exit on highways across the Great Belt and the Sound, other motor vehicles not covered by paragraph. 1 and 2, if the service is not reasonably practicable otherwise. There can not be permitted to drive with a moped on those roads.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules for the driving of motor vehicles on the highway after paragraph. 3. The Minister of Justice may provide for payment for police assistance, after police discretion is required in the conduct of such services.
§ 45. Entry to the highway may be crossed at its beginning or at a specially built access road.
PCS. 2. The drive away from the motorway may only be made by its end point or at a particular brought slip.
§ 46. Driving over carriageway or through openings in this is not allowed.
PCS. 2. On the motorway and Approach or slip to such a road is not permitted to make turns or reversing. There should not be stopped or parked outside designated parking or rest areas. Stopping at the emergency telephone is allowed for the use of the emergency telephone. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules occasionally stopping and parking of work vehicles that are not performing roadwork.
PCS. 3. When, in the same direction of traffic are three or more lanes, the vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of over 3.5 tonnes and vehicle combinations whose length exceeds 7 m, only one of the two lanes on the far right, unless otherwise provided by § 16 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 4. Roadworks on motorways and on access and slip to such a path should be performed under with special care. Vehicles used in roadworks, use one or more lights, clearly visible from all directions shows yellow flashing lights. If they are not governed by § 44 paragraph. 1, they shall run to and from the job at the nearest access and slip.
§ 47. Forcing a vehicle to a halt because of the traffic accident, engine failure or some other reason, the vehicle must as far as possible be placed outside the roadway and then as soon as possible removed from the highway, unless otherwise provided in § 9. If the vehicle is not removed immediately from the roadway, the driver must take action to warn other road users see. § 31 paragraph. 2, 3rd-5th section. When using emergency vehicle must as far as possible be placed outside the roadway.
expressway
§ 48. §§ 44-47 apply mutatis mutandis to the expressway and on access and slip to such a route.
Chapter 7
Special rules for bicycles
§ 49. Bicycles must not be next to another vehicle. Where there is sufficient space to do so should two cyclists, however, run side by side, if this can be done without danger or undue inconvenience. Is there signal for overtaking, the cyclists do not run side by side, unless traffic conditions allow or require this. Bicycle with three or more wheels must never be beside another bike.
PCS. 2. Cyclists must always keep to the right on the lane which is located at the far right in the direction of traffic. Cart track next may be used if required during overhaul, if this can not be done right.
PCS. 3. Before intersections cyclist to be straight or turning left, regardless of § 16 paragraph. 1 and 3, continue to keep to the right on the road. Should one or more lanes of traffic signs are reserved for the occupants to be swinging to the right, we do allow the rider to place themselves at the line between the near lane, are not reserved the right turning and right-turn lane. Cyclists who want to swing left, proceed through the intersection to the opposite side and may proceed with the oscillation, when it can be done without inconvenience to other traffic. This applies regardless of markings, unless it appears from this, that it applies to cyclists. 1st to 4th clause. also applies when driving over or off the road outside intersection.
PCS. 4. Cyclists must while driving have two feet on the pedals and at least one hand on the handlebars.
PCS. 5. It is forbidden to cycle on the pavement or footpath, unless otherwise provided by the rules set by the Minister of Justice according to § 14 paragraph. 4. Cyclists can run over the pavement and footpath.
PCS. 6. Cyclists should not while driving stick with another vehicle or the driver of or passenger in another vehicle.
PCS. 7. Bicycle, which is recommended to be kept locked unless the recommendation is quite short.

§ 50. Children under 6 should not ride without being under escort and supervision of a person who is 15 years old.
PCS. 2. On a bike may not be transported more people than it is intended. Transport Minister may, after consultation with the Minister of Justice lay down rules on the transport of children on bicycle and people in the trailer (bike trailer) or sidecar, including rules on the interior of the passenger seat and the rider's age.
PCS. 3. On the bike be prohibited to carry objects that are more than 3 m long and 1 m wide. Objects that are carried, shall not impede the rider to have full control of the bike or in the proper hand signals. Transport Minister may provide for the greatest length, width, height and weight of items that carried on bikes that are specially designed for the transport of goods as well as the trailer and sidecar for the bike.
Chapter 8
Special rules for mopeds
§ 51. The moped must not be next to another vehicle.
PCS. 2. § 49 paragraph. 2 and 3, the location on the road and driving at intersections also applies to small moped.
PCS. 3. Two-wheeled moped must be pulled over the pavement or footpath. Mopeds can be driven over the pavement or footpath when crossing happens from a side road.
PCS. 4. The driver of two-wheel moped must while driving have two feet on the pedals or footrests and at least one hand on the handlebars.
PCS. 5. Moped Runs should not while driving stick with another vehicle or the driver of or passenger in another vehicle.
PCS. 6. The two-wheel moped shall not be carried by persons other than the driver. At three-wheel mopeds may not be transported more people than the moped is designed.
PCS. 7. Passengers under 5 years old may not be transported on three-wheel mopeds, unless the passenger the seat is equipped with seat belts.
PCS. 8. On the moped must not be carried objects that are more than 2 m long and 70 cm wide. Objects that are carried, shall not impede the moped driver to have full control of the moped or proper hand signals. Moped riders must not cause objects that are otherwise detrimental to other traffic. Transport Minister may provide for the greatest length, width, height and weight of items that carried on mopeds, which are designed for transporting goods or disabling vehicle.
Chapter 9
Special rules for motorcycles
§ 52. Motorcycle shall not pass next to another vehicle.
PCS. 2. Motorcyclists may only use the sidewalk or footpath in the cases mentioned in § 27 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 3. A passenger on a motorcycle rear seat to sit with one leg on each side of the motorcycle.
PCS. 4. On the motorcycle and sidecars may not be transported more people than it is intended. However, in addition, in the sidecar bring a child under 10 years.
PCS. 5. Children with a body height of less than 135 cm may not be transported on two-wheeled motorcycle, unless the child is 5 years or older and using a child seat or other safety equipment that meets the requirements defined under § 68. In addition, children under 5 years not carried on tricycles or in a sidecar motorcycle, unless the passenger the seat is equipped with seat belts.
PCS. 6. For the purpose of verifying that paragraph. 5, 1st clause. Are met, the police may at any time require that a child who carried on a two-wheeled motorcycle is measured. The measurement is taken by the police.
Chapter 10
Drivers of vehicles etc.
Drunk driving
§ 53. For drunk driving is punishable as a driver or attempting to drive a motor vehicle after consuming alcohol to such an extent that the alcohol concentration in the blood during or after driving in excess of 0.50 per thousand, or that the alcohol concentration in the breath during or after driving exceed 0.25 mg per day. liter of air.
PCS. 2. For drinking and driving is also the punishment that leads or trying to drive a motor vehicle after consuming alcohol to such an extent that he can not drive the vehicle in a safe manner.
Driving under the influence of psychoactive substances, illness etc.
§ 54. A motor vehicle shall not pass or attempt led by someone whose blood during or after driving contain psychoactive substances under regulations made by the Minister of Justice classified as dangerous for road safety. This provision shall not apply to substances that have been taken according to and in compliance with a lawful prescription.

PCS. 2. A motor vehicle must not conducted or attempted led by someone who because of illness, weakness, overwork, lack of sleep, influence of exhilarating or anesthetic or for similar reasons find themselves in such a state that he or she is unable to drive the vehicle is safely.
PCS. 3. Bicycles, horses vehicle or horse must not be conducted or attempted led by someone who, for the reasons mentioned in paragraph. 2, or as a result of the influence of alcohol is in such a state that he is unable to drive the vehicle or horse in a satisfactory manner.
PCS. 4. It is forbidden to leave the lead of a vehicle or a horse to a person referred to in paragraph. 2-mentioned reasons or because of the influence of alcohol is in such a state that he is unable to drive the vehicle or horse in a satisfactory manner.
PCS. 5. Have someone at a restaurant or other hospitality establishment, which the public has access, consumed liquor, and the host or his assistant knows or has reason to believe that he is the driver of the vehicle or horse and because of alcohol intake is not able to drive the vehicle or horse in a satisfactory manner, the innkeeper or his assistant, possibly by requesting the police seek to prevent the person concerned to drive the vehicle or horse.
Control etc.
§ 55. The police may at any time require the driver of a vehicle or rider gives exhalation, saliva or sweat test or lets his eyes inspect. Police may demand that a person makes breath test at a place other than where the person is apprehended, if there is reason to believe that the person has violated § 53.
PCS. 2. The police can prepare a person for the taking of blood and urine sample, if there is reason to believe that he has violated § 53 or § 54 paragraph. 1, 2 or 3, or he refuses or is not able to contribute to a breath test, saliva sample, sweat sample, or eye inspection. Regards suspicion factors other than the influence of alcohol, the police may furthermore that the examination by a doctor. The same applies on suspicion of drink driving when special circumstances.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice shall provide in paragraph. 1 and 2 tests and examinations.
Use of mobile phones and other telecommunications equipment
§ 55 a. Vehicle drivers while driving does not make use of handheld cell phones.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may, after consultation with the Minister of Transport establish specific rules on the use of other telecommunications and the like while driving.
Driving licenses for motor vehicle
§ 56. The motor vehicle shall be driven only by a person who has acquired a license. The driver must while driving his license with him and be required to show it to the police.
PCS. 2. The license may be issued to a person who:



1) 18 years of age, see. However, § 57
2) possess adequate vision and hearing ability and also the necessary mental and physical feasibility, and
3) by a sample show a sufficient driving skills and necessary knowledge of the vehicle and its treatment as well as to traffic rules.


PCS. 3. A license may be denied the dependent use of narcotic or other psychoactive substances or not sober. The question this can be brought before the courts. The referral is done under the rules of the Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 4. If an applicant has not previously held a driving license for a vehicle of the same kind, a candidate must have received training in driving skills in an approved driving instructor. The initial practical training shall be conducted in closed training grounds. The training shall also include extended practice driving on specific driving center.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Justice shall provide run the program, including vehicles used for driving tests and whether teaching in special closed training grounds and facilities. The Minister of Justice also lays down rules on the conditions for the issuance of driving licenses, including driving test, as well as run the look and content.
§ 56 a. The Minister of Justice may assign tasks relating to the application for license to local councils.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may lay down the details about the extent of the tasks under paragraph. 1 can be transferred to local councils.

§ 57. The Minister of Justice may allow the license to the slow moving disabled vehicle issued to a person over the age of 15 years.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may impose additional requirements for obtaining a driving license for motor vehicle used commercially for the transport of persons, and for certain motorcycles. The Minister of Justice may lay down specific rules for obtaining a driving license for motor vehicle used for bus transport, freight transport, transport of dangerous goods or the carriage of passengers or goods in international traffic.
§ 58. Driving licenses for motor vehicle used commercially for the carriage of passengers may be refused under the Criminal Code § 78 paragraph. 2, that condition.
§ 59. The license is valid until the age of 70. For driving license for motor vehicles, mentioned in § 57 paragraph. 2, Minister of Justice may set a shorter period of validity.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on the validity of driving licenses issued to persons over the age of 70. Justice may also decide that a license where appropriate circumstances, to apply for a shorter period than provided for in paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. After the expiry of the period of validity may license renewed if he still fulfills the conditions. The police decide whether to prepared new test. Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the presentation of the new test.
§ 59 a. The Minister of Justice may provide that the previously issued license must be exchanged.
PCS. 2. exchange payable 100 kr.
Recovery and restoration of the right
§ 60. The police may withdraw from driving if he or she no longer meets the conditions to get a license. If a person refuses to contribute to such studies or tests necessary to determine which police can immediately involve driving. The question whether that is dependent on the use of narcotics or other psychoactive substances or not sober, may request judicial review. The referral is done under the rules of the Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 2. Have the right to drive has been withdrawn unconditionally, the court after the suspension period expired only be restored when a driving test passed. Have the right to drive has been withdrawn unconditionally as a result of drunk driving, the court can only be restored if the applicant has previously completed the course in alcohol and traffic (A / T course) and have passed a driving test. Driving test can be taken before the suspension period expires. The practical test, the effective date is presented one month before the suspension period expires. Have sentenced passed a driving test after the fact, which led to the indictment, the controlling try not prepared, if the sample is passed within the last year before the suspension period expired and within the last year before the application for recovery of the driving license. Passing a driving test does not exempt implementation of A / T-course.
PCS. 3. Is driving disqualified subject, the driver within a deadline set by the police may make a driving test. Is the right to suspend your condition as a result of drunk driving, the driver shall have completed a course on alcohol and driving (A / T course). The right to be withdrawn if the driving test is not passed or he fails to contribute to it. Driving test must not prepared, if the convicted person has passed a driving test after the fact, which led to the disqualification. Passing a driving test does not exempt implementation of A / T-course.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on the content and implementation of A / T courses and the driving test and the withdrawal of the right under paragraph. 3.
PCS. 5. Whoever temporarily or permanently lost the right to drive to dispose of his license to the police.
§ 60 a. Is driving ban imposed under § 127 of the matters covered by § 125 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4, 9, or 10, or paragraph. 3 may be driving only be played if the driver has previously completed renewed, special driving lessons and passed a driving test.
PCS. 2. Is driving ban imposed under § 127 of the matters covered by § 125 paragraph. 1, no. 8, or § 126 paragraph. 2 may be driving only be played if the driver has previously completed an A / T-course and have passed a driving test.

PCS. 3. In order to regain the right to be renewed, the special driver training be conducted and driving test passed if the driver within the first three years after the first time the acquisition of entitlements has committed an offense for which the driving license is withdrawn unconditionally



1) pursuant to § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 5
2) as a result of that the driver has been guilty of several factors, each of which is covered by § 125 paragraph. 1-3, and one of the conditions covered by paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4 or paragraph. 3 and this offense has been committed within the first three years after the first time the acquisition of entitlements, or
3) as a result of that the driver is guilty in matters covered by § 125 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4 or paragraph. 3, resulting in an unconditional disqualification under § 126 paragraph. 1, no. 8 or 10.


PCS. 4. Special driving lessons or A / T course shall be conducted and driving test to be presented, whether the convicted person has passed a driving test after the fact giving rise to the driving ban or the unconditional withdrawal.
PCS. 5. Anyone who has been involved from driving by a driving ban must hand over his driving license to the police.
PCS. 6. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on the content and implementation of the special driver training and driving test in connection with the rendering of the right under subsection. 1 and 2.
Foreign drivers
§ 61. Persons who are not resident in this country, may, without being in possession of Danish driving license, when staying in this country drive in accordance with rules set by the Minister of Justice.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may specify the conditions under which persons have the right to drive abroad may obtain a Danish license.
PCS. 3. Driver's license issued in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or of a State that is a member of the European Union, is for the Minister of Justice of Directors valid in this country, even after the holder has taken up residence here.
Driving licenses for tractors and motorized equipment
§ 62. Tractor and motorized equipment shall be driven only by persons who have acquired full driving license or special license for tractor (power equipment).
PCS. 2 pcs. 1 does not apply to driving on the road area, which is limited in a satisfactory manner by barriers or markings, or the movement of motorized equipment intended to be operated by a pedestrian. These services can be made by persons aged 16 years.
PCS. 3. §§ 56-60, except § 56 paragraph. 2, no. 1, and paragraphs. 4 and § 57 paragraph. 1, also applies to driving license for tractor (power equipment). Driving licenses may be issued to persons 16 years of age.
Moped riders
§ 63. Small moped shall be driven only by persons who are 16 years of age.
PCS. 2. Persons under 18 must also have acquired a certificate for a satisfactory result to have received training in traffic rules and driving with a small moped. This does not apply to persons who have acquired the license to the tractor.
PCS. 3. It is for the municipality to ensure the teaching of traffic rules and driving with small moped.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice shall provide teaching and proof of receipt. Justice may waive the rules in paragraphs. 1 and 2 for exercise on the road.
PCS. 5. For persons under 18 years after having acquired the license for tractor no longer in possession of this, the police under regulations made by the Minister of Justice issue a statement that he meets the conditions to lead small moped.
PCS. 6. The master of not requiring registration small moped must while driving bring premium receipt showing that liability insurance is taken out and kept in force in accordance. § 105. Drivers under 18 must also driving with a small moped bring in paragraph. 2, the certificate or license or in paragraph. 5 that declaration. Prize receipt and certificate, driver's license or declaration must be produced whenever required by the police.
PCS. 7. Paragraph. 2 apply only to persons residing in this country.
§ 63 a. Large moped shall be driven only by persons who have acquired the license for car or motorcycle.
PCS. 2. The driver must while driving his license with him, and upon request, show it to the police.
practice driving

§ 64. Practice driving for people who are educated to drive by car may only take place when the vehicle next to the pupil is an approved driving instructor or instructor trainee who is under the supervision and guidance of a purpose specifically authorized instructor who is present in the car. Driving teacher or kørelæreraspiranten is then considered to be the driver of the car. During the driving test is considered the pupil however to be leading. If a person already has a driving license, making exercise driving in an authorized vehicle with an approved driving instructor or instructor trainee beside him, considered the driving instructor or kørelæreraspiranten to be the driver of the vehicle. In cases where the driving instructor or kørelæreraspiranten be considered as leads, the provisions of §§ 53-55 also for the student.
PCS. 2. Exercise Riding motorcycles can only take place under the guidance and supervision of a licensed driving instructor or by an instructor aspirant who is under the guidance and supervision of an appropriately specially approved driving instructor. In both cases, the authorized driving teacher responsibility to exercise traffic running on such places and in such a way that, after the student's educational levels are likely to happen without danger to other traffic. The same applies to practice driving a tractor.
PCS. 3. Practice driving on motorways should only be undertaken with pupils through prior training in both urban driving as urban driving off motorways have achieved such a driving skill to practice driving on the highway can be done without risk to road safety and without unduly slow down the process of lens settlement.
PCS. 4. Practice driving may not take place earlier than 3 months prior to the time the student by his age can get license, and for people who lead law disqualified unconditionally, no earlier than three months before the suspension period expires.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Justice may provide practice driving, including vehicles used for practice driving, control of these vehicles and the use of designated closed training grounds and facilities. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on safety and insurance for vehicles used for practice driving on specific closed spaces and installations.
Accountability, etc.
§ 65. The owner (user) of a vehicle shall, upon request from the police to inform the persons as drivers have used the vehicle.
PCS. 2. The owner (user), the driver and the person who otherwise dispose of a motor vehicle, do not leave the lead to someone who can not legally drive the vehicle.
Driving instructors
§ 66. Right to obtain approval as a driving instructor has anyone:



1) over 21 years,
2) in the last 3 years have regularly led car, respectively motorcycle
3) have completed an approved run teacher training,
4) has passed a test for driving instructors and
5) did not show a relationship governed by Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 2.


PCS. 2. Approval shall be valid for 5 years, up to a maximum as long as the person has a license. It may be renewed if the holder still meets the conditions in paragraphs. 1 pt. 2 and 5, and provide proof in the past period



1) regularly having to drive theoretical and practical training as instructor and set students to sample or
2) regularly to have driven theoretical and practical training of driving instructor aspirants and set aspirants to test or
3) regularly to have worked as a senior running judge in defense.


PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may provide additional training as a condition for renewal of approval as a driving instructor.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice may provide run teacher training, whether the sample to the granting of the permit and the driving teachers business.
Chapter 11
Vehicles etc.
Vehicle design and equipment etc.
§ 67. A vehicle shall be so arranged and maintained in such a condition that it can be used without danger or inconvenience to others and without damaging the roads.
PCS. 2. The owner or the person (user) that has lasting availability of the vehicle is responsible for ensuring that the vehicle is in lawful condition.
PCS. 3. The driver of a vehicle shall at all times be aware of that vehicle and any trailer is in good condition, especially the steering, braking, signaling and direction indicators and lights work properly and safely, and that the connection to any trailer is sound.

§ 68. The Minister of Transport may lay down rules on vehicle design, equipment and accessories and personal safety equipment for drivers and passengers, as well as specifying the markings and labels vehicles of control reasons should be provided with. For defense and emergency services vehicles can transport minister establish necessary facilities.
PCS. 2. Transport Minister may lay down rules prohibiting the sale and marketing of vehicles, equipment parts and accessories for vehicles and of personal safety for drivers and passengers of the vehicle, the device part, accessory or safety equipment does not meet the conditions determined under paragraph. 1, or vehicle equipment part, accessory or safety equipment using will cause the driver or other road users at risk or considerable disadvantage.
PCS. 3. Transport Minister may, if road safety considerations make it necessary, prohibit the use of a vehicle, although complying with the conditions determined under paragraph. 1.
§ 68 a. The Minister of Justice shall provide for individuals to be authorized to install, adjust, seal and control the speed limiters in cars and may set rules specifying that it is for individuals to make recommendations about who should be authorized.
Change of vehicle classification
§ 69. The Minister of Transport will decide in case of doubt to which category of vehicle a vehicle to be placed.
PCS. 2. Transport Minister may, if special circumstances, decide that a vehicle or vehicles of a type to be placed under a different vehicle category than that resulting from the definitions in § 2.
Arming and towing
§ 70. In car, except articulated bus must be connected one trailer. For motorcycle, including motorcycles with sidecars, see. Paragraph. 2 may be connected one trailer or one outboard gear. For tractors and motorized equipment must couple two trailers and one trailer and one trailer tool. For bike must be coupled one trailer. For moped, do not disconnect the trailer.
PCS. 2. For motorcycle and bicycle must be coupled sidecar that must be placed to the right of the motorcycle or bike. For moped must not be linked sidecar.
PCS. 3. Transport Minister may provide for connection of the trailer and sidecar, including provide for the vehicles that can be interconnected. Transport Minister may provide for what may be carried on such vehicles. Transport Minister may provide for derogation from the provisions of paragraph. 1, 3rd clause., For driving in specific areas.
PCS. 4. Transport Minister may provide towing of vehicles.
EMS vehicle
§ 70 a. The Minister of Transport may, notwithstanding the prohibition in § 70 paragraph. 1, point 1. Prescribe that, on specified routes, where appropriate circumstances, be allowed to run with long combinations of car and one or two trailers (EMS).
PCS. 2. Transport Minister may provide for the EMS and the vehicles included herein, including for vehicle design and equipment of load, weight and size etc.
§ 71. (Repealed).
registration
§ 72. 1) The motor vehicle, tractor and moped shall, before the vehicle is used, registered in the country and provided with registration plate, see. However, §§ 74-76. The same applies trailer or semi-trailer to a vehicle to registration and caravan. Treasury can provide for compulsory registration for other outboard gear than caravan and motorized equipment. The Minister can also lay down rules for certain types of small moped not be registered.
PCS. 2. The Minister can determine that the vehicle which quite principally used outside public roads are not recorded. By registreringsfritagelsen determined the area in which the vehicle may be used and may provide for further terms of its layout, equipment and use.
§ 73. 1) The Minister for Taxation provides for:



1) registration
2) license plates
3) carrying of registration papers while driving and
4) temporary or occasional services by to registration vehicle that is not registered.


PCS. 2. Minister of Defence and Minister for Social Welfare provides for the registration of, respectively, defense and emergency services vehicles.

§ 73 a. 1) The Minister can lay down rules on vehicle owners' right to choose a certain combination of numbers and letters on vehicle license plates (desire plates).
PCS. 2. Treasury can hold public auction for the right to certain desire plates, notwithstanding requests for these. The detailed rules on the organization of the auction and the procedure for implementing this set of tax minister.
§ 73 b. 1) The Minister can lay down rules on vehicle owners access to use historically accurate enamel plates.
Tractors that are exempt from registration
§ 74. 1) Tractors quite predominantly used outside the roads as tensile or driver of tools will not be registered if they are only used on the roads:



1) for their own transportation to and from work and repairer
2) for driving to and from work and repair of tools,
3) as traction to and from work and repair of trailers that are empty, or creating tools that are attached to the tractor function and
4) to test run or similar limited driving after permission from the police.


PCS. 2. Tractors on the road than driving, as mentioned in paragraph. 1 alone is used for road works on road area, which is limited in a satisfactory manner by barriers or markings, or used for cleaning, snow removal and the like shall not be registered.
Approved tractors
§ 75. 1) A tractor belonging to the owner or user of an agricultural, horticultural or forestry property, also without registration used for the following transport when it is approved there:



1) transportation of tools between parts of an agricultural, horticultural or forestry property, even if the tractor is not by working the application used as towing or driving force, and
2) transport of products derived from, or be used in any agricultural, horticultural or forestry services, to and from such a property and between parts of it. The tractor may not be used for simultaneous transport of products from several companies, unless their owners or users are all co-owners of the tractor. Petrol-powered tractors must not be used beyond a distance of 10 km from the property for transport to the industrial use of products derived from the company. How transport can always take to the nearest railway station.


PCS. 2. For tractors of joint proprietorship owners or users of several properties can approval pursuant to paragraph. 1 can not be granted if the co-ownership includes more than 2 tractors, or if one of the owners or users in addition to the tractors of joint ownership, own one or more other tractors.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Taxation shall provide for approval pursuant to paragraph. 1.
Foreign vehicles
§ 76. 1) The Minister can lay down rules on the use of foreign vehicles in this country, including about when occurring Danish registration duty.
Checking vehicles
§ 77. The police may stop a vehicle and let it check for errors and defects and check that the driver meets the conditions to be lawfully drive the vehicle. Meets the vehicle to the provisions of the Act or the rules made under this Act, it shall meet for later inspection. If the vehicle is a danger to road safety, its license plates involved.
PCS. 2. For bridges and other specific road sections f. Ex. Dams, could be taken firm control of vehicle weight and size.
§ 78. (Repealed).
Rental
§ 79. The Minister of Justice shall provide rental of vehicles without drivers.
Chapter 12
safety
Seat belts
§ 80. If a seat in the car, motorbike or moped fitted with safety belts, that while driving used by the person using the seat, see. However paragraph. 2 and 3 and § 80 a. There may in combination with seatbelt use booster seat.
PCS. 2. The obligation to use seat belts do not apply when reversing or when driving in the car park, service station, garage area or under similar conditions.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules that certain persons exempted from the obligation to use seat belts, see. Paragraph. 1, including specific types of driving.

PCS. 4. It is for the driver to ensure that passengers who are not yet 15 years of age, using safety belts in accordance with paragraph. 1 and rules stipulated under paragraph. 3. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules that the driver of a bus fully or partially exempt from the first section. that obligation, as well as on the measures the driver instead to take.
Child safety
§ 80a. In the carriage of other cars than buses and on motorbikes or mopeds that have passenger seats fitted with safety belts, the child of less than 135 cm while driving use approved safety equipment appropriate to the child's height and weight, see. However paragraph. 5.
PCS. 2. In other cars than buses that do not have passenger seats equipped with seat belts, which can be fitted approved safety equipment appropriate to the child's height and weight, children under 3 years not be transported while children 3 years and older with a body height of less than 135 cm only be carried on a seat other than the front seat, see. however paragraph. 5.
PCS. 3. Children may not be transported by car in a rear-facing child seat in the passenger seat with the front airbag unless the airbag is disabled.
PCS. 4. For carriage in bus children aged 3 years and older with a body height of less than 135 cm using seat belts or other approved safety equipment, to the extent that the seat is fitted this compliance. However paragraph. 5.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the use of safety equipment at transport of children with a body height of less than 135 cm, including that paragraph. 1, 2 and 4 do not fully apply.
PCS. 6. It is for the driver to ensure that the provisions of paragraph. 1-4 and regulations laid down under paragraph. 5 observed. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules that the driver of a bus fully or partially exempt from the first section. that obligation, as well as on the measures the driver instead to take.
PCS. 7. For the purpose of verifying that the provisions of paragraph. 1, 2 and 4 and rules laid down under paragraph. 5, see. Paragraph. 6, 1st clause. Are met, the police may at any time require that a child carried in a car, motorbike or moped, measured and weighed. The measurement and weighing is done by the police.
The number of passengers that can be legally conveyed
§ 80 b. The number of passengers carried in the front seat of a car must not exceed the number of passenger seats, which are fitted with safety belts. The provision in the first section. shall apply mutatis mutandis, in respect of the carriage of passengers in the rear seats or rear seats of a car.
PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1, point 1. Shall not apply to the carriage of cars where the passenger front seats are equipped with seat belts. The provision of subsection. 1, point 2. Shall not apply to the carriage of passengers in vehicles where the seats in the back seat or the rear seats are equipped with seat belts.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on that paragraph. 1 shall not apply in specific situations, including the carriage of passengers in accordance with the provisions stipulated in § 80 paragraph. 3 and § 80a paragraph. 5, exempt from the obligation to use safety equipment, and while traveling for specific types of traffic.
PCS. 4. It shall be the passenger who allow themselves to encourage, to ensure that paragraph. 1 and rules laid down under paragraph. 3 is respected. In the case of passengers who are not yet 15 years old, it is for the driver to secure compliance by the preceding paragraph. 1 and rules laid down under paragraph. 3.
Helmets
§ 81. The driver of the motorcycle and moped and any passenger who is 15 years of age must be run using fastened helmet.
PCS. 2. There must not be used helmet where there is an obligation to use seat belts.
PCS. 3. The master shall ensure that passengers are 5 years or older but not yet 15 years uses fastened crash helmet, unless the passenger the seat is equipped with seat belts.
PCS. 4. The obligation to wear crash helmets do not apply while driving on the car park, service station, garage area or under similar conditions.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Justice may provide for exemption from the obligation to use helmets.
Personal safety for other road than drivers and passengers
§ 81 a. The Minister of Transport may provide



1) requirements for personal protective equipment for other road than drivers and passengers
2) use of such safety equipment and

3) prohibiting the sale and marketing of personal protective equipment if it does not meet the requirements laid down under no. 1, or by the use will cause the user of the safety equipment or other road users at risk or considerable disadvantage.


Chapter 13
Transport, loading condition, weight, dimensions, etc.
Vehicle loading condition
§ 82. Persons or cargo must not be placed in such a way that the driver did not have a clear view and sufficient opportunity to maneuver the vehicle. Goods must be positioned so that the hand signals, mentioned in § 32 paragraph. 2 and 4, or required lamp or license plate is not obscured.
PCS. 2. Passengers may not be included in such numbers or be positioned in such a way that there is a danger to themselves or others.
PCS. 3. Goods must be positioned so that it can not endanger people or cause property damage. It must also not be able to drag or fall off onto the road, cause disturbing formation of dust or similar disadvantage, impeding traffic flow or cause unnecessary noise.
PCS. 4. Transport Minister may provide for applying loading and securing of the court and marking of long or wide loads.
PCS. 5. Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the transport of dangerous goods, including on compulsory liability insurance to cover liability arising in connection with the carriage of such goods.
PCS. 6. The Minister of Justice may transfer his powers under paragraph. 5 to another state authority. Justice may also delegate the administration of the following paragraph. 5 provisions for another public authority, private organization el. the like. and in this connection lay down rules on the authorization of such authorities and organizations, etc. and lay down rules for authority or organization's activities in the administration of the tasks.
PCS. 7. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the right to appeal against decisions taken pursuant to authorization under subsection. 6, 2nd sentence. Including that decisions taken by public authorities, can not be appealed to any other administrative authority.
Passenger transport
§ 83. The Minister of Justice may, after consultation with the Minister of Transport establish safety regulations for the transport of persons.
§ 83 a. Caravans must not be used for the transport of persons.
Vehicle latitude, longitude and altitude
§ 84. The Minister of Transport shall provide vehicles and combined vehicles overall width, length and height in both laden and unladen conditions, including driving with particularly wide, long or tall vehicles or vehicle combinations.
PCS. 2. Notwithstanding the provisions on the maximum permissible height, determined in accordance with paragraph. 1, the operator must, in the driving under viaducts, wires and the like to ensure that the passage can be made without danger or inconvenience.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may, for transport in accordance with the provisions laid down under paragraph. 1, is implemented without prior permission from the police, provide for the payment of fees for police assistance, after police discretion is required at such transported implementation.
Weight and axle load
§ 85. The Minister of Transport lays down the maximum permitted axle load and total weight of vehicles, both laden and unladen conditions.
PCS. 2. Police may after consultation with the road or bridge management permit exemptions from the rules laid down under paragraph. 1 on the permissible maximum weight or axle load if the transport can not reasonably be required implemented otherwise. Police license must be kept while driving.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may provide for payment for police assistance, after police discretion is required in the conduct of transport requiring a permit under paragraph. 2.
Driving with flatbed trucks
§ 86. Driving a flatbed truck in a loaded condition must be done only with police permission given after consultation with the vejbestyrelse. The same applies to driving with a flatbed truck in the unladen condition, the block carriage exceeds the under §§ 84 and 85 of the provisions on vehicle width, length and height as well as on vehicles permissible maximum weight per axle. Permission is granted to a single drive or to travel on a particular route or within a certain area. Low loader may only be used for transport, which can not reasonably be implemented otherwise.

PCS. 2. The Minister of Transport shall provide flatbed truck driving. The Minister of Justice shall provide payment for police assistance, after police discretion is required upon completion of such transports.
Chapter 13 a
Driving and rest
§ 86 a. The Minister of Justice may provide for the implementation, application and enforcement of the European Community regulations and directives and international agreements, agreements or similar driving and rest times in road transport.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may provide for derogation from the rules in paragraphs. 1 such acts to the extent that these contain access.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may delegate the administration of the following paragraph. 1 and 2 will be extended for another public authority, private organization or the like. and for that purpose establish specific rules for specific approval of such authorities or organizations and lay down rules for authority or organization's activities in the administration of tasks, see. paragraph. 1 and 2.
PCS. 4. Minister of Justice may in the setting of rules concerning repairers and installers access to be authorized to install and repair recording equipment covered by the Regulations or Directives referred to in paragraph. 1, or the regulations issued under paragraph. 1, set conditions that the workshop or fitter submit to supervision by an approved authority, private organization, etc., See. Paragraph. 3.
PCS. 5. Police have at any time without a court order on proof of identity access to a business premises, books and papers, etc., including material stored in electronic form, in order to control provisions laid down in the European Community regulations on driving and rest periods in road transport and provisions pursuant to paragraph. 1 and 2.
Chapter 14
Obstacles on the way
Contamination of way etc.
§ 87. There shall be no way be dumped or left anything that might endanger or inconvenience to traffic.
PCS. 2. If the vehicle is dropped or spilled something on the road that can endanger or inconvenience to traffic, this must be removed immediately. If this can not happen, others until the danger or disadvantage is removed by marking or otherwise similarly made aware of the relationship.
PCS. 3. Transport Minister may provide for the placement of containers and similar objects on the road. Transport Minister may provide for marking of road materials on the road.
PCS. 4. The police may require private air line, passing over the road, removed, if it is a danger or inconvenience to traffic.
Animals on the road
§ 88. No one may leave horses, cattle etc move on the road, without that they are properly guarded. They should not tethered so that they can reach in on the way. If they are not tethered, they must be separated from the road by proper fencing.
PCS. 2. Dogs are in use on the road is not sold in strips from the motor vehicle, horses vehicle or riding.
Chapter 14 a
Special considerations for persons with disabilities
§ 88 a. The Minister of Justice and Minister of Transport can to meet the special needs of persons with disabilities exemption from the provisions of this Act Chapter 1-14 when it is road safety responsible manner. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules which totally or partially exempt persons with disabilities to comply with provisions on parking and stopping prescribed pursuant to § 92 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and exempt certain persons with disabilities for payment for driving tests under Chapter 17 a. The Minister can lay down rules which exempt certain persons with disabilities for payment of license plates pursuant to §§ 124 j-124 p. 1
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may delegate the administration of the following paragraph. 1 set rules for exemption of certain persons with disabilities in order to comply with provisions on parking and stopping for a private organization and in this connection lay down rules on appeal and payment of the organization issuing permits and lay down rules for the organization's activities in the administration of the tasks.
Chapter 15
Traffic Control and marking etc.
Traffic Control
§ 89. The police can regulate traffic on the places where it is deemed necessary.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may provide for other people's right to regulate traffic flow.

PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on hand signals to regulate traffic flow.
§ 90. In road and bridge work, as well as in cases of sudden endangering road or bridge to danger to traffic, the vejbestyrelse or municipal authority in charge of the work or supervise road or brobestyrelsen make the necessary adjustment of traffic flow, including advice on detour.
PCS. 2. Transport Minister may provide for the regulation of traffic flow in accordance with paragraph. 1.
Laying the highways and roads
§ 91. The police shall, with the consent of the vejbestyrelse provision for laying of main roads. The same applies with regard to roads.
PCS. 2. If a dispute arises between police and vejbestyrelse, the case of Minister of Transport. Decisions under paragraph. 1 may be appealed to the Minister of Transport.
Traffic Restrictions
§ 92. The road to a public road can be with the consent of the police make traffic-related provisions that affect road use or decor. The road authority for a private common covered by Title I, III and IV of the Act on private roads, see. Act § 13 paragraph. 1 and 2, with the consent of the police adopt similar provisions. This may include provision to



1) parking and stopping,
2) the establishment of pedestrian crossings and
3) prohibition of certain traffic types, including for the creation of pedestrian zones.


PCS. 2. The road may also after paragraph. 1 order the full or partial closure of public roads if the barrier is carried out by marking, by deploying booms or any other equivalent means.
PCS. 3. When particularly weighty considerations, the road administration and road authority under subsection. 1 may provide that a parking space must be reserved for one or more specific vehicles used by a person with disabilities.
§ 92 a. Police may with the consent of road administration, with regard to public road and from the road authority, as regards private common covered by Title I, III and IV of the Act on private roads, see. Act § 13 paragraph. 1 and 2, may provide



1) imposing unconditional right of way and
2) the imposition of one-way traffic.


PCS. 2. Police makes decisions according to § 42 paragraph. 4 and 5, the local speed limits, as far as public roads after negotiations with the road administration, and, as regards private common covered by Title I, III and IV of the Act on private roads, see. Act § 13 paragraph. 1 and 2, after consultation with the road authority.
PCS. 3. For traffic calming measures and local action plans for traffic in built-up area can The road or the road authority to the police take steps to ensure that decisions are taken in accordance with paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and paragraph. 2.
§ 92 b. Decisions according to § 92 and § 92 a paragraph. 1, which relates station sites or access to station sites and ferry berths, taken after consultation with the rail or ferry company.
§ 92 c. If a dispute arises between the authorities mentioned in §§ 92 and 92 a, the case of the National Commissioner of Police, whose decision can not be appealed to any other administrative authority.
PCS. 2. Decisions pursuant to §§ 92 and 92 a can be appealed to the National Commissioner of Police in respect of legal issues. The appeal period is 4 weeks from the day the decision is announced to the person concerned, or where the action is established. National Police Commissioner's decision can not be appealed to any other administrative authority.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the exercise of in §§ 92 and 92 a mentioned powers.
PCS. 4. Measures of the kind mentioned in §§ 92 and 92 a, shall be expressed by marking in accordance with the provisions adopted pursuant to § 95 paragraph. 1 and 3, unless the provisions are enforced by the police on the spot. If a measure according to § 92 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 or 3 is not limited to a particular stretch of road, it may instead be published in a local ordinance.

§ 92 d. Justice may, when available road safety responsible manner, after consultation with the police allow local councils in their capacity vejbestyrelse or road authorities to perform temporally and geographically limited trials of traffic regulatory measures can not be carried out under the Road Traffic Act provisions, including trials which is based solely on environmental considerations. Justice may in the framework of such experiments from the provisions of § 2, no. 2, 6, 8 and 11-13, § 5, paragraph. 2, §§ 6, 10, 11 and 13. The Minister may issue rules in connection with a specific permission.
PCS. 2. Request to attempt submitted by the municipal council to the Ministry of Justice accompanied by a detailed description of the experiment.
PCS. 3. Municipalities may charge for licenses, parking permits or similar issued in connection with the conduct of studies referred to in paragraph. 1.
Parking discs
§ 93. The Minister of Justice may decide that the parking of motor vehicles, where access to parking is limited in time may only take place under cover of the parking disc. The Minister of Justice shall provide parking discs and their use.
Tøbrud Restrictions
§ 94. The Minister of Transport can thaw periods or in similar special circumstances, where the roads deemed particularly susceptible to damage, temporarily prohibit the movement of vehicles whose overall weight or axle load exceeds a certain limit, or restrict the permissible speed limit for such vehicles.
General provisions on marking
§ 95. The Minister of Transport shall provide the design and the importance of:



1) road signs,
2) road markings,
3) signaling and
4) markings or construction on or way to regulate or to guide traffic flow.


PCS. 2. Traffic rules may be waived by marking in accordance with paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. Transport Minister also lays down rules on the use of marking in paragraph. 1, including obtaining consent from the police.
PCS. 4. Transport Minister may decide that technical regulations and standards for the marking prepared in connection with the Minister of Transport set rules of the road.
§ 96. The marking in § 95 provided and bekostes for public weighed the case of road administration, unless otherwise provided by road legislation.
PCS. 2. If a dispute arises between the police and road administration of marking, the case of Minister of Transport.
Access to the use of markings on private roads
§ 97. The use of the marking mentioned in § 95, or at a private common covered by Title I, III and IV of the Act on private roads, see. Act § 13 paragraph. 1 and 2 require authentication. If at the markings introduced traffic-related provisions under §§ 92 and 92 a, the approval in accordance with those provisions. Markings approved by the road authority.
PCS. 2. The use of the markings provided for in § 95 of the other private roads not covered by paragraph. 1 above and on private roads and bridges, requiring police consent. Police may, if deemed necessary, request that such markings are provided and paid for by road or broejeren. Police may, where traffic-related reasons, require the marking on those roads and bridges that are not in accordance with the regulations issued pursuant to § 95 paragraph. 1, is removed.
PCS. 3. If a road or broejer entitled to without permission according to § 44 paragraph. 3 of the Act on private roads to ban certain types of traffic, want to implement such a ban by deploying booms or any other equivalent means, the police approval previously obtained. The police may order special marking or lighting of the barrier if it can be hazardous to circulation.
Marking of road works
§ 98. When performing road work, is the in charge of the work, responsible for ensuring that at any time are properly marked.
Misleading markings etc.
§ 99. Road signs, signaling systems or devices for regulating or warning or instructions to traffic should not be placed on public roads outside the cases specified in this Act or under this provisions.
PCS. 2. Signs, plates, lighting devices and the like must not be placed on or in connection with marking according to § 95 paragraph. First

PCS. 3. Objects in the first paragraph. 2, the kind that can be seen from the road, the police demanded removed if they are similar to marking according to § 95 paragraph. 1, or they otherwise may be misleading or inconvenience to traffic.
PCS. 4. Reflective material on private land must not be positioned so that it can light emanating from the vehicle on the road.
Road construction
§ 100. Decision on execution of road construction that can have significant impact on Traffic's security and settlement, including the construction of car parks and lay-bys for buses, taken by road administration with the consent of the police.
PCS. 2. If a dispute arises between the authorities referred to in paragraph. 1, the case of Minister of Transport.
Chapter 16
Compensation and insurance
Responsibility basis etc.
§ 101. The person responsible for a motor vehicle, any damage that the vehicle causes of traffic accidents or by explosion or fire resulting from the fuel system of the vehicle.
PCS. 2. Compensation for personal injury or loss of dependency may be reduced or waived if injured or deceased person intentionally contributed to the injury. Compensation may be reduced in special cases lapse if the injured or deceased person through gross negligence contributed to the damage.
PCS. 3. Compensation for property damage may be reduced or waived if the injured party willfully or negligently contributed to the damage.
§ 102. If a motor vehicle causes damage otherwise than as specified in § 101 paragraph. 1, the person responsible for the vehicle, pay compensation under the general rules.
§ 103. Injury or loss of breadwinner, as a result of collisions between motor vehicles replaced under the provisions of § 101 paragraph. 1 and 2.
PCS. 2. In case of damage in collisions between motor vehicles, it shall be determined taking into account the circumstances whether and by how much the compensation should be provided.
§ 104. The liability under §§ 101-103 responsibility of the owner or user using the vehicle or have it use.
PCS. 2. The master is liable under the general rules.
Insurance requirement
§ 105. Claims for compensation for damage caused by motor vehicles must be covered by insurance in a liability insurer FSA authorization (license) to conduct insurance. A foreign insurance company that has a license in another country within the European Union or in another country, in agreement with the EC has implemented Council Directive 92/49 / EEC of 18 June 1992 on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to direct insurance other than life insurance and amending Directive 73/239 / EEC and 88/357 / EEC (third life insurance Directive), which in Denmark is reported to take out liability insurance for motor vehicles, can also be insured against civil liability for motor vehicles in Denmark. All insurance companies, accounting liability insurance for motor vehicles in Denmark, you must be a member of the Danish Association of International Motor Vehicle Insurance (DFIM). Conditions for the payment of annuities for DFIM determined by the Minister of Justice. All insurance companies that want to draw liability for requiring registration of motor vehicles in Denmark shall further notify the Central Registry of Motor Vehicles.
PCS. 2. The insurance should cover personal injury or loss of breadwinner of up to 50 million. kr., and property damage of up to 10 million. kr. for it by a single event caused damage.
PCS. 3. The provisions of § 105 paragraph. 2, shall be adjusted each year. January 1 by 2 per cent. plus adjustment rates for the financial year, cf.. Act on Rate Adjustment Percentage. They then obtained shall be used not rounded as a basis for regulation of the amounts of the following year. The annual amounts rounded to the nearest 1 million amount in DKK divisible. The Minister of Justice can in order to implement the European Parliament and Council Directive 2005/14 / EC of 11 May 2005 (Fifth Motor Insurance Directive) further regulation of the § 105 paragraph. 2-mentioned amount. The Minister of Justice announces every year, the adjustments to be made.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice may specify the extent to which the insurance to cover damage caused abroad.
§ 106. For motor vehicles to be registered or approved, the responsibility of the insurance obligation owner or the person (user) who has permanent disposal of the vehicle.

PCS. 2. For other motor vehicles incumbent insurance requirement on using the vehicle or have it use on the road.
§ 107. The Minister of Justice shall provide insurance implementation, including the obligation for insurance undertakings to participate in a mutual liability regime in the event that a liability insurer does not fulfill its due liabilities under the undersigned civil liability, and insurance companies required to issue certificates of damages for claims involving an insured vehicle, or that there are no such requirements.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on insurance and the guarantee fund payment to it in §§ 115 a and 115 b provided compensation body and Information Office and the guarantee fund payment of compensation bodies in the Member States of the European Union. § 115 a paragraph. 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 3. The premiums for the insurance conferred lien. Is insurance taken out for an amount greater than in accordance with § 105 paragraph. 2, this rule the entire premium.
PCS. 4. For registration, etc. of insurance certificate for a motor vehicle paid 7 kr. From the appropriate insurer.
The insurer's liability and redress
§ 108. The insurance company is directly liable to the victim for damages under § 105 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 2. An agreement between the insurer and the insured that the company must have recourse against the person who in accordance with § 104 is responsible for the damage when the risk is caused by the person responsible for negligence, only effective if the insured event is caused by negligence, which can be described as gross recklessness.
Even insured vehicles
§ 109. Motor vehicles belonging to the state or a municipality exempted from the insurance obligation under § 105.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may make similar provision with regard to motor vehicles belonging to foreign states or international organizations.
PCS. 3. If a vehicle under subsection. 1 and 2 are not insured, booklets the Danish government or the municipality that owns the vehicle, for damages to the same extent as an insurance company in which there is liability insurance in accordance with § 105.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice may provide for payment of compensation for damage caused abroad by the vehicles mentioned in the paragraph. 1 and 2.
The transaction
§ 110. BRINGING injured action against the insurance company, the company must summon any person liable under § 104, to any hearing at the notice as the Administration of Justice § 175 applies to witnesses in civil cases. Summons must contain information about the rules in paragraphs. 2.
PCS. 2. Any person summoned under subsection. 1 can by making application to the court record intervene as a party in the case. He enters not, the decision is the question of damages by judgment or settlement binding on him.
§ 111. If charges are brought for a damaging offense that can result in liability under this chapter, shall be given the persons and injured an opportunity to claim compensation. If no agreement on compensation, the compensation claims adjudicated during the proceedings, even if punishment is not imposed on the accused.
PCS. 2. In exceptional cases where the claim relates to property damage and is of complexity, the court may, after settlement unsuccessfully tested, deny the claim prosecution during criminal proceedings.
§ 112. The trial of the compensation issue can occur before or after the decision of the question of punishment.
PCS. 2. The insurance company, in which there is liability insurance for the vehicle, as defendants used, or the person in accordance with § 109 paragraph. 3, is liable for the damage caused is considered award for damages them as party to the proceedings and shall be summoned to any court with the notice, which the Judicial Code § 175 applies to witnesses in criminal cases.
PCS. 3. Where power after § 104 other than the accused liability shall also those summoned to any court with in paragraph. 2 mentioned notice. The provisions of § 110, paragraph. 1, point 2. And paragraphs. 2 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 4. When the question of compensation adjudicated during the proceedings, the court in accordance with the rules of the Administration of Justice Chapter 30 impose legal costs.

§ 113. an appeal against a criminal case under which the compensation issue has been påkendt, means any person who for the liability for damages he has been a party to the case appealed, as well as a party in the appeal, if the compensation issue is inadmissible.
PCS. 2. The Code of Civil Procedure § 996 referred to access to appeal in the civil procedure is open to anyone who, as regards the compensation issue has been a party in the case.
PCS. 3. With regard to the appeal considered a separate trial of criminal or damages as an independent judgment.
PCS. 4. Administration of Justice Act § 995 paragraph. 4, shall not apply in the cases mentioned in § 111.
§ 114. (Repealed).
§ 115. If the question of punishment for damaging offense that can result in liability under this chapter is settled by extra-judicially fixed penalty notice, the police at the request of an injured party may refer the question of compensation for the court which would otherwise have been indicted. Compensation The question then treated as if they were indicted in the case. § 111 paragraph. 2, § 112, paragraph. 2-4, and § 113, paragraph. 2 and 4 shall apply accordingly. The police must inform the victims about their right to seek compensation issue before the court.
Compensation bodies etc.
§ 115 a. The Minister of Justice shall establish or recognize a compensation body responsible for providing compensation for damage caused by a motor vehicle if



1) The victim resides in Denmark,
2) the vehicle is insured and resident in another Member State of the European Union or the vehicle is unknown or it is not possible to identify the insurer liability insurance vehicle and
3) the damage occurred in another Member State of the European Union or in a non Member State that has joined the green card system.


PCS. 2. The compensation body should also be able to pay compensation for damage caused by a motor vehicle insured in Denmark if



1) The victim resides in another Member State of the European Union,
2) the vehicle is resident in another Member State of the European Union than the residence of the victim, and
3) the damage occurred in another Member State in the European Union than the one where he resides, or in a non Member State that has joined the green card system.


PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the extent to which non-member states in accordance with paragraph. 1, 2 and 4 and § 115 b second case equated with states that are members of the European Union.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice can in order to implement the European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/26 / EC of 16 May 2000 (Fourth Motor Insurance Directive) and European Parliament and Council Directive 2005/14 / EC of 11 May 2005 (Fifth Motor Insurance Directive) lay down rules on the payment of compensation by the compensation body and the compensation business. The Minister of Justice may lay down detailed rules on insurers and claims representatives in claims processing in order to implement in the first section. those Directives.
Information
§ 115 b. The Minister of Justice shall establish or recognize an information center responsible for damage caused by a motor vehicle shall assist in obtaining the basic information necessary for the settlement of claims if the victim is resident in Denmark, the vehicle is insured or resident in Denmark or breakdown occurs in Denmark. This applies only if



1) the claimant resides in a Member State of the European Union,
2) the vehicle is insured and resident in a Member State of the European Union and
3) the damage occurred in a Member State of the European Union or in a non Member State that has joined the green card system.



PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice can in order to implement the European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/26 / EC of 16 May 2000 (Fourth Motor Insurance Directive) and European Parliament and Council Directive 2005/14 / EC of 11 May 2005 (Fifth Motor Insurance Directive) lay down rules on information activities of the Office, including on the information covered by paragraph. 1, as well as insurers and claims representatives duty to provide information to in paragraph. 1 said information office and information offices in Member States of the European Union.
Liability under the Act on the Contract for the International Road Transport
§ 116. The rules of this chapter shall not apply to a carrier's liability, if this is covered by the Act on the Contract for international road transport.
Chapter 17
Punishment, taxes, etc.
penalty
§ 117. Drunk driving the motor vehicle, great mopeds, tractors and motorized equipment and violation of § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2, punishable by a fine, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. The penalty under paragraph. 1 may increase to imprisonment for up to 1 year and 6 months if



1) BAC during or after the run has exceeded 2.00 per thousand or alcohol concentration in the breath during or after the run has exceeded 1.00 mg per day. liters of air,
2) the driver under particularly aggravating circumstances have violated § 54 paragraph. 2
3) the driver is found guilty of several cases of drink driving or violation of § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2,
4) the driver previously disqualified from driving condition as a result of drunk driving or violation of § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2, and the new offense is committed within three years after the earlier decision was final,
5) the driver previously imposed bans after § 127 as a result of drunk driving or violation of § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2, and the new offense is committed within three years after the decision on the ban on driving was finally
6) the driver previously disqualified from driving unconditionally as a result of drunk driving or violation of § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2, and the new offense is committed within five years after the end of the suspension period,
7) drinking and driving or violation of § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2, occurred by unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a large moped, a tractor or power tools, see. Penal Code § 293 paragraph. 1 and § 293 a, or
8) the driver is found guilty of proportion covered by § 125 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and 3-5, or § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 3


§ 117 a. Any person who drives a motor vehicle, requiring driver's license, despite the fact that the right to be or become the driver of such a vehicle is suspended unconditionally liable to a fine, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. The penalty under paragraph. 1 may increase to imprisonment for up to 1 year and 6 months if the driver



1) is found guilty of several cases of driving whilst disqualified or
2) previously convicted of driving whilst disqualified.


§ 117 b. Fines imposed by § 117 paragraph. 1, measured taking into account the person's income of the crime. When fining for drunk driving should also be taken of the alcohol concentration in the blood or in the breath during or after driving.
PCS. 2. Fines imposed by § 117 a paragraph. 1, measured taking into account the person's income of the crime. The same applies to fines pursuant to Penal Code § 58 applicable in relation to suspended jail sentence provided by § 117 paragraph. 2, or § 117 a paragraph. 2.
PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 and 2 may be waived when circumstances so warrant.
§ 117 c. Drunk driving with small moped fined. Is the earlier convicted of drunk driving, the penalty may be increased to imprisonment up to 1 year.
§ 117 d. Violation of § 9 paragraph. 2, no. 1, punishable by imprisonment for up to one year, under extenuating circumstances, however, a fine.
PCS. 2. Violation of § 56 paragraph. 1, § 62 paragraph. 1 and § 63a fined or, under aggravating circumstances with imprisonment up to 1 year. When meting out fines for violation of § 56 paragraph. 1 and § 63 a special attention to the size of the achieved or intended financial benefit. If the violation of § 56 paragraph. 1, committed while driving a vehicle covered by § 43 paragraph. 1 or 2, meted out a sharpened fine.
§ 118. 2) With fine, see. However paragraph. 6 Any person who:




1) violates § 3, paragraph. 1 and 2, §§ 4-8, § 9 paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 2, no. 2-6, § 10, § 12, §§ 14-52, § 54 paragraph. 3-5, § 55 a paragraph. 1, § 60 paragraph. 5, § 60 a paragraph. 5, § 62 paragraph. 2 and 3, §§ 63-65, § 67, § 70 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 72, §§ 74-75, §§ 80-81, § 82, § 83a, § 84 paragraph. 2, §§ 86-88, §§ 97-99 and § 105
2) disregards the terms of a license under the Act or pursuant to regulations issued under the Act or
3) fails to comply with the injunction or order granted under the Act or pursuant to regulations issued under the Act.


PCS. 2. In determining the fines for violation of § 4, paragraph. 1, § 5, § 9 paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 2, no. 2-6, § 14 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 15 paragraph. 1-4, § 16, § 17, par. 1, §§ 18-29, §§ 31-36, § 37 paragraph. 4, § 41, §§ 44-49, § 50 paragraph. 2 and 3, §§ 51 and 52, § 54 paragraph. 3-5, § 62 paragraph. 3, § 63 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 64, § 67, § 70 paragraph. 1 and 2, §§ 80-81, § 82, § 83a, § 84 paragraph. 2 and §§ 87 and 88 measured a sharpened fine. There are also fixed tougher fines for breach of § 65 offenses affecting a vehicle covered by § 43 paragraph. 1 or 2.
PCS. 3. In setting the fines for violation of §§ 42 and 43 must be taken of the overall risk increase by that speeding causes. By speeding on highways with a speed limit of 100 km per hour or more measured tougher penalty. There are also fixed tougher fines for speed offenses committed when driving with



1) cars with a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg with trailer, trailer or semi-trailer to registration tool, including caravan
2) vehicles whose permissible maximum weight exceeds 3500 kg
3) buses with a maximum permissible weight exceeds 3500 kg
4) combinations of the under No. 2 and 3, vehicles and requiring registration trailers
5) articulated buses or
6) motorcycle with a trailer or towed to registration tool.


PCS. 4. In setting the fines for violation of §§ 42 and 43, see. Paragraph. 3, there must also be an aggravating factor if the rate amounted to 140 km per hour or more.
PCS. 5. In setting the fines for violation of §§ 42 and 43, see. Paragraph. 3 meted out particularly intense fine by speeding on roads other than motorways when exceeding the speed limit is 30 per cent. or more.
PCS. 6. Penalty by paragraphs. 1 can under the conditions of § 126 paragraph. 1, no. 5, those factors increase to imprisonment for up to 1 year.
PCS. 7. Violation of the in § 121 paragraph. 1, no. 1-8, said provisions and are punishable only if the stoppage or parking have been a danger to others or unnecessarily caused inconvenience to traffic.
PCS. 8. In regulations issued pursuant to this Act may stipulate fines for violations of the provisions of the regulations. There may also stipulate fines or imprisonment for up to 4 months for violation of provisions of the Regulations referred to in § 86 a paragraph. 1, and for violation of provisions of regulations issued pursuant to § 86 a paragraph. 1. In regulations issued pursuant to § 68, may be laid down for meting out tougher fines for violating the rules on speed. In regulations issued pursuant to § 70 a, may be laid down for meting out tougher fines for driving with EMS vehicles on lines where this is not allowed. The same applies to regulations issued pursuant to § 85 for violating rules on vehicle permissible maximum weight when the violation occurred during driving a vehicle with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg. For violations of driving and rest time rules covered by the second paragraph., Can be laid down for meting out tougher fines.
PCS. 9. For violation of regulations issued pursuant to § 85 paragraph. 1 may be imposed on the owner or user of the vehicle fine even though the infringement can not be attributed to them as intentional or negligent. The same applies to violation of provisions of the Regulations referred to in § 86 a paragraph. 1, and for violation of provisions of regulations issued pursuant to § 86 a paragraph. 1. The fine shall be no alternative sentence.

PCS. 10. There may be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.
§ 118 a. Fines for violation of this Act and for violation of regulations issued pursuant to this Act, is meted out to the amount divisible by 500 kr., See. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. Fines for individuals with particularly low income can be measured, for amounts not divisible by 500 kr. Such fines can not be set at amounts below 300 kr.
PCS. 3. Has anyone in one or more acts committed several violations of this Act or regulations issued in pursuance thereof, and resulting in infringements imposing the fine, merged financial penalty for each violation. Has anyone on one or more actions violated this Act or regulations issued pursuant to this Act and one or more other laws and leads to violations imposition of the fine, merged financial penalty for each violation of this Act or regulations issued pursuant to it and the financial penalty for the infringement of the person or other laws.
PCS. 4. Has anyone in one or more acts committed several violations of this Act or regulations issued in pursuance thereof, and leads one of the breaches impose custodial sentences, while another results in the imposition of fines, impose a fine right next to custodial sentences. The same applies if someone at one or more actions have violated this Act or regulations issued pursuant to this Act and one or more other laws and the violation of this Act or regulations issued pursuant to it incur a fine and the violation of the person or other laws result in custody.
PCS. 5. Paragraphs. 3 and 4 may be waived when circumstances warrant.
PCS. 6. The provisions of paragraphs. 1-5 shall apply mutatis mutandis to infringements of the provisions of the regulations mentioned in § 86 a paragraph. 1, and for violation of provisions of regulations issued pursuant to § 86 a paragraph. 1.
The transaction
§ 119. Cases of violation of this law under the rules of the Administration of Justice Chapter 76-78 and 80, unless the issue is resolved by the adoption in accordance with § 119 a. Code of Civil Procedure § 897, paragraph. 1 shall not apply in cases of conditional disqualification.
PCS. 2. lay assessors helps referred. However paragraph. 3, in cases



1) where there are questions about higher penalty than a fine,
2) where there are questions about unconditional disqualification in accordance with § 126 paragraph. 1, no. 5, or
3) which are deemed to be of particularly severe impact on the accused or of particular public interest.


PCS. 3. lay assessors helps regardless of the rules in paragraphs. 2 not in cases



1) under the rules of the Judicial Code § 831,
2) the violation of § 53
3) the violation of § 54 paragraph. 1, or
4) the violation of § 117 a.


PCS. 4. Public defender appointed under the rules of the Judicial Code §§ 731 and 732. If the accused so requests, appointing the district court also public defender



1) in cases where there are questions of disqualification from driving or driving and no help lay assessors, and
2) in cases of violation of § 53 or § 54 paragraph. 1.


PCS. 5. The defendant should be advised about access to defense officials.
§ 119a. If a case under § 125 paragraph. 1, no. 3-9, § 125, paragraph. 2 or 3, or § 126 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4, is not considered to lead to more severe punishment than a fine, the Public Prosecutor may, instead of filing an indictment to the court express term that the case can be settled without prosecution if the term acknowledges his guilt and undertakes within a specified period after application may be extended to pay the sentiments indicated penalty and adopt bans, conditional or unconditional disqualification in the sentiments indefinite period.
PCS. 2. With regard to the paragraph. 1 acknowledgment referred the provision in the Code of Civil Procedure § 834, paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 3 and paragraph. 2, the content of the indictment accordingly.

PCS. 3. Cases covered by paragraph. 1, in which there is no question of the application of a higher penalty than a fine, may, when the court does not find reason to doubt the guilt of the accused is determined by the accused in court agrees to pay a specified fine and adopt driving, driving disqualifications in a specified time. Under the same conditions, cases of infringement of essential interests of road safety, see. § 125, paragraph. 1 pt. 1, is determined by the defendants in court agrees to pay a specified fine and adopt bans, conditional disqualification for a specified period of time.
PCS. 4. Decisions under paragraph. 1 and 3 with respect to enforcement and convictions same effect as a judgment.
§ 119 b. In connection with statements in accordance with § 119a paragraph. 1, the police must advise the accused that he, before making a decision on the question of adoption may have the assistance of a public defender, see. § 733, paragraph. 1, in the Administration of Justice Act. The Minister of Justice shall, after consultation with the Bar Council rates for the apologists remuneration in those cases.
Detention of vehicles
§ 120. If the operator and the motor vehicle with which the offense was committed domiciled abroad, the vehicle can be detained by the police until forskyldte fines, stopping and parking fees, court costs, compensation or premiums for compulsory insurance is paid or is guaranteed payment. If the amount is not paid within two months after the final decision, may seek satisfaction in the vehicle.
PCS. 2. With regard to the implementation of detention under subsection. 1, the Administration of Justice Act on seizure for confiscation analogy. The detention may only occur insofar as it deems necessary to ensure payment of those amounts. Was the driver wrongly in possession of the vehicle, the retention not happen.
PCS. 3. The rule in paragraph. 1 shall except forskyldte stopping and parking fees do not apply to drivers who are resident in Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden.
§ 120 a. The police can detain vehicles in case of violation of



1) regulations issued pursuant to § 68 of hastighedsbegrænseres function
2) regulations on vehicle maximum permissible weight of issued pursuant to § 85
3) regulations on driving and rest periods issued pursuant to § 86 a,
4) the European Community Regulation on the harmonization of certain social legislation relating to road transport (driving and rest periods in road transport)
5) the European Community Regulation on recording equipment in road transport or
6) the European Agreement concerning the work of crews engaged in international road transport (AETR).


PCS. 2. With regard to the implementation of detention under subsection. 1, the Administration of Justice Act on seizure for confiscation analogy. Retention can happen until the vehicle or the circumstances otherwise been brought into line with those in paragraph. 1 provisions.
Stopping and parking fees
§ 121. The police may impose a charge for violation of:



1) § 28 para. 2, first sentence.,
2) § 28 para. 3, as far as stopping or parking in a bicycle lane, dual carriageway and traffic island as well as stopping or parking the entire vehicle on the sidewalk
3) § 29 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 10, and paragraph. 2
4) § 29 paragraph. 3, no. 1, no. 2 in respect of parking next to the entrance and exit to and from the property, Nos. 3 and 4
5) where stopping or parking is prohibited as indicated by traffic signs,
6) the provisions for parking and playground areas, drawn up in accordance with § 40
7) where stopping or parking prohibitions laid down under §§ 92 and 92 d, although the prohibition is not indicated by traffic signs,
8) other provisions for stopping or parking to be determined pursuant to §§ 92, 92 d and 93, and
9) the provisions for the use of parking meters, parking meters or the like to be made pursuant to § 107 paragraph. 2 of the Act on public roads.


PCS. 2. Decision imposing the charge can not be appealed to a higher administrative authority and is not subject to the Administrative Procedure § 19. The tax accrue to the Treasury.

PCS. 3. The tax is imposed by written notice affixed to the vehicle or handed over to the driver.
PCS. 4. The tax lies with the person who made the unauthorized stopping or parking. The tax is paid not by the deadline, booklets also the owner (user) for the payment, unless it is proved that the driver wrongly in possession of the vehicle. The fee may be collected by distraint.
PCS. 5. The tax is 510 kr.
Parking Inspectors
§ 122. Justice may decide that in certain areas handed over special parking inspectors recruited in the police, wholly or in part to carry out checks on compliance with the provisions mentioned in § 121 paragraph. 1. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules about parking inspectors' activities.
§ 122 a. Minister of Justice may decide that checks compliance with the provisions mentioned in § 121 paragraph. 1, partly or wholly left to the local council.
PCS. 2. The local council may by agreement authorize another local council to fully or partially perform the parking control, which under paragraph. 1 is left to the local council.
PCS. 3. Parking fee imposed pursuant to authorization under subsection. 1 and 2 divided by the Minister of Justice arrangements between the state and the municipality in whose territory checks are carried out. The rules of § 121 paragraph. 2, first sentence. And paragraphs. 3-5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on municipal parkeringskontrols business.
Wage withholding, offsetting etc.
§ 122 b. 3) Unpaid parking fee can plus costs recovered by the collecting authority, see. Paragraph. 2, by deduction from salary etc. that under the rules governing the collection of taxes Source Act and by offsetting tax refunds, the claim for refund of road tax, see. § 6 paragraph. 5 of the Law on road tax for motor vehicles etc., and claim repayment of tax on fuel consumption, see. § 4, paragraph. 5 of the Act on tax for fuel consumption for certain passenger cars.
PCS. 2. Recovery after paragraph. 1 carried out by the arrears collection authority.
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice, in consultation with the Minister for Taxation lay down detailed rules on the procedure in connection with withholding of salary and offsetting.
PCS. 4. Enforcement Court, acting at the request decision on objections by the debtor to the recovery authority about the justification of an injunction withholding of salary and the justification for a complete offset. The request submitted to the collecting authority, which shall refer the objection to the enforcement court. The decision taken under the provisions of the Judicial Code §§ 499-503.
PCS. 5. Decision by paragraph. 4 taken by the enforcement court in the jurisdiction where the debtor lives.
PCS. 6. The deadline for application for referral of objections under paragraph. 4 is 4 weeks from the debtor has received notice of attachment of salary or deduction.
PCS. 7. exceeded in paragraph. 6 without receipt of refuse enforcement court case. The enforcement court may, exceptionally up to 1 year after the announcement of wage withholding or offsetting permit a protest to be considered. Bailiff Court ruling on objections may be appealed to the court under the rules of the Administration of Justice Chapter 53.
§ 122 c. In the regulations for the procedure in connection with withholding of salary and set off for unpaid parking fee, etc. issued pursuant to § 122 b paragraph. 3, may prescribe penalties in the form of fines for violation of the provisions of the regulations.
PCS. 2. There can be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.
§ 122 d. The arrears collection authority may waive amounts due according to § 122 b in accordance with the Collection Act.
Police removal and sale of vehicles
§ 123. The police may prompt the below under Nos. 1-3 foregoing vehicles removed if they left at one of the Road Traffic Act covered area:



1) vehicle is recommended in violation of applicable provisions for stopping or parking
2) wrecked or otherwise defective vehicle and
3) to registration vehicle left without license plates.



PCS. 2. Bring the vehicle to the police designated storage space, unless the driver or owner (user) is present and immediately remove the vehicle or assign another storage space. The police expenses incurred for the transport and storage responsibility of the driver. Is the driver unknown, or he pays not on demand, booklets also the owner (user) for the payment, unless it is proved that the driver wrongly in possession of the vehicle. The amount may be recovered by distraint.
PCS. 3. It is for the police to inform the owner of a vehicle is removed and placed by the police officer, as to when the vehicle is withdrawn and where it is stored. The notification shall also contain an indication that the vehicle if it is not removed within a prescribed deadline will be disregarded sold in accordance with paragraph. 4. Can informing the owner does not take place, because he is unknown, away sales take place 14 days after the vehicle has been removed by the police.
PCS. 4. The police are after the expiry of the under paragraph. 3 deadline set entitled to sell the vehicle by public auction or, if this is considered to raise a larger amount to scrapping. Any surplus shall accrue to the Treasury, however, that the owner for 1 year from date of sale is entitled to payment of this less with the transport, storage and sales related expenses.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the procedure by bringing the vehicles service in the first paragraph. 3 that notice to the owner, payments for storage of vehicles and their sale.
§ 124. The Minister of Justice may provide that vehicles without being subject to § 123 paragraph. 1, is in police custody may be sold in accordance with the provisions of § 123 paragraph. 3 and 4.
Chapter 17 a
Payment Provisions
Driving tests, driving license etc
§ 124 a. For the holding of driving test paid 580 kr. Held driving test for commercial passenger while driving the bus, paid 580 kr. For each of the samples.
PCS. 2. For practical tests for large motorcycles and standard car with large trailer paid 260 kr.
PCS. 3. For controlling driving tests paid 870 kr. For the first driving test is paid not unless examinations pursuant to § 60 paragraph. 2 or 3, or § 60a.
§ 124 b. If an applicant from a scheduled theoretical or practical driving test without having informed the due no later than. 12:00 three days before the test, or passing a portion of the sample not be required before a new trial be scheduled, happen renewed payment unless the decay attributable to the applicant or run teacher documented disease.
§ 124 c. There payable:



1) 260 kr. For exchange of foreign driving licenses for Danish license
2) 260 kr. For the issuance of a duplicate,
3) 220 kr. For renewal of licenses for truck, truck with a large trailer, bus and bus with large trailer for applicants who have turned 50, but not 70 years
4) 260 kr. For renewal of driving licenses with driving instructor approval and
5) 260 kr. For the renewal of licenses for commercial passenger referred. However paragraph. 5.


PCS. 2. For the issue of a temporary replacement driving license for driving abroad paid 150 kr.
PCS. 3. For the renewal of licenses for applicants who are 70 years of age pay 30 kr.
PCS. 4. Renewal of driving licenses is limited due to health conditions, happens without charge for applicants under the age of 70 years.
PCS. 5. For the renewal of licenses for commercial passenger who, because of health are time limited, paid 100 kr.
PCS. 6. The issue of international driving license and is 25 kr.
§ 124 d. The issue of moped proof payable 100 kr.
§ 124 e. For the organization of driving instructor test paid 320 kr. For each category. If a test is taken for regular car while trying to motorcycle, must be paid out 440 kr.
PCS. 2. The payment includes both the written and oral tests. If an applicant from a scheduled examination without having informed the due no later than. 12.00 days before, or passing a portion of the sample not be required before a new trial be held, occur renewed payment. This applies both when the written test is not passed, and when it is passed, and if the applicant fails to appear for one of these samples.
§ 124 f. For issuing tachograph cards to use for the digital tachograph paid 525 kr.
§ 124 g. 4) (Repealed).

§ 124 h. (Repealed).
§ 124. (Repealed).
License plates etc.
§ 124 j. 1) For license plates, including historically accurate enamel plates flatbed truck license plates, temporary registration plates wish and sample signs, paid 1,180 kr. For a set and 590 kr. For a single plate. For a third plate that can be used in the transport of goods on the back of requiring registration of vehicles, paid 110 kr. License plates are delivered free of charge to police vehicles.
PCS. 2. For plate for requiring registration small moped paid 90 kr.
PCS. 3. Nordic border license plates paid 150 kr. For a set and 75 kr. For a single plate.
PCS. 4. CD-signs and is 25 kr. Per. PCS.
§ 124 k. 1) For the right to request license plates paid in addition to in § 124 j amounts 6,200 kr., See. However, § 73 a paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. For registration of transfer of desire license plate from one vehicle to another in accordance with the according to § 73 a prescribed prescriptions paid 300 kr.
PCS. 3. For a historically accurate enamel plate paid in addition to in § 124 j amounts 650 kr. And a set of 1,300 kr.
§ 124 l. 1) To permit to travel on Danish export plates payable in addition to in § 124 j amounts 250 kr.
§ 124 m. 1) For the registration of notification on change of ownership (user switch), taking place outside the de-registration of the vehicle, paid 380 kr. Registering the review of ownership (user switch) by requiring registration small moped done without payment.
PCS. 2. There will be no payment in the following cases:



1) when its ownership (user switching) between spouses
2) when one spouse by the other spouse's death or in case of divorce or separation takes over a vehicle registered in the other spouse's name
3) When a person takes a vehicle registered in one's partner's name, if the common residence has existed for the past five years
4) When a person on death for a vehicle registered in the name of the deceased, if he has had residence with the deceased the last two years before the death,
5) when a person is terminated by common residence for a vehicle registered in one's partner's name, if the common residence have passed the last five years before cohabitation repeal or
6) when its ownership as a result of transfer of a vehicle under the local government reform or pursuant to a decision of the Interior and the Minister of Health amending the municipal or regional division or the dissolution or the appointment of a binding municipal cooperation and review of ownership is accompanied by a declaration to that effect.


PCS. 3. The Minister of Taxation or the person authorized by the Minister may lay down rules on the notification of change of ownership under paragraph. 2, no. 6, including the presentation of the statement referred.
§ 124 n. 1) For issuance of copy of registration certificate, clutch certificate and additional certification pay 50 kr. Copies for public use shall be issued without payment.
§ 124 o. 1) For the use of solid sample signs payable 1,150 kr. Annually for a set of sample signs for car and 190 kr. Per year for a sample sign for motorcycle.
PCS. 2. The rules on exemption and refund of vehicle taxes apply mutatis mutandis to payment for sample plates.
§ 124 p. 1) For the use of loose sample signs are paid 100 kr. Per. day for a set of sample plates or a sample plate for motorcycle. For excess time beyond one hour is paid as for one day.
Collection etc. of payment
§ 124 q. The Minister of Justice, Minister of Taxation 5) and Transport Minister may provide for payments under this Act.
Chapter 18
Of driving disqualifications
Conditional suspension
§ 125. The driver of a motor vehicle, requiring driver's license, be subject to his right to lead such a vehicle if



1) operator in breach of essential interests of road safety has caused harm to person or property or the risk thereof,
2) the driver has been guilty of violation of § 9 paragraph. 2, no. 1 and no mitigating circumstances exist,
3) the driver has exceeded the allowable speed according to §§ 42 and 43a or a different speed limits set by traffic signs or markings with more than 60 per cent. or driven at a speed of 160 km per hour or more,

4) the driver when driving in one of the in § 43 such vehicles, driving with a flatbed truck or a mobile crane to see. § 86 paragraph. 1, or by towing vehicles, see. § 70 paragraph. 4 exceeded the respect of those vehicles permitted speeds, see. §§ 42 and 43, or a different speed limits set by traffic signs or markings with more than 60 per cent. for speed limits exceeding 30 km per hour or more than 40 per cent. for speed limits of 30 km per hour,
5) the driver while driving a vehicle with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg has breached pursuant to § 85 of the regulations on the maximum permissible laden weight of more than 30 per cent.,
6) the driver has violated the rules on driving time and rest periods laid down in the regulations mentioned in § 86 a paragraph. 1, or in regulations issued pursuant to § 86 a paragraph. 1, with more than 30 per cent.,
7) driver within a period of 3 years, guilty of three aspects of the recording equipment covered by the Regulations referred to in § 86 a paragraph. 1, or of regulations issued pursuant to § 86 a paragraph. 1
8) the driver has been guilty of drunk driving that are not covered by § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 1
9) the driver has been guilty of a violation of § 54 paragraph. 1, or a violation of § 54 paragraph. 2, which is not covered by § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, or
10) the disqualification are justified by the nature of the offense committed, and whatever else is understood about the accused's relationship as a driver of motor vehicle.


PCS. 2. The driver must also upon his right to lead such a vehicle if the driver within a period of 3 years, guilty of three factors that are not in themselves result in disqualification under paragraph. 1 but which is covered by



1) § 5, paragraph. 2, § 15 paragraph. 3, 1st clause. And paragraphs. 4, § 16 paragraph. 2, § 18 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 21 paragraph. 1-3, § 22, stk. 1, § 24 paragraph. 1, § 25, § 37 paragraph. 4, § 51 paragraph. 7, § 52 paragraph. 5, § 80 paragraph. 4, 1st clause., § 80a paragraph. 1 and 2, see. Paragraph. 6, first paragraph., § 80 b paragraph. 4, 2nd sentence., And § 81 paragraph. 3,
2) § 4, paragraph. 1 and 2, if the violation constitutes driving through a red traffic light, driving against the direction of travel, of exceeding the minimum lines or exceeded unbroken edge line associated with illegal driving in the emergency lane,
3) § 23 or prohibiting overtaking fixed at road signs or markings,
4) § 26 paragraph. 2-4 and 6, or giving way down at road signs or markings, or
5) §§ 42-43 a some speed limit set at road signs or markings, if excess speed is more than 30 per cent.


PCS. 3. Under the same conditions as referred to in paragraph. 2, the master conditional disqualified from driving a motor vehicle, requiring driver's license, if the driver is guilty on two counts under paragraph. 2 and the acts were within the first 3 years after the first time the acquisition of entitlements.
PCS. 4. Conditional suspension on conditions that he undergo a period of 3 years from the final judgment does not lead motor vehicle in such circumstances that the right to be disqualified. By conditional disqualification exposed determining the disqualification period.
PCS. 5. Commit the offender during the probation period a new relationship that results in disqualification, the court sets a common disqualification for this and the previous trial disposed offense.
Unconditional suspension
§ 126. The driver of a motor vehicle, requiring driver's license must be unconditionally disqualified to drive such a vehicle if the driver



1) has been guilty of drunk driving with a blood alcohol content during or after driving over the 1.20 blood alcohol or an alcohol concentration in the breath during or after driving more than 0.60 mg per day. liters of air,
2) under aggravating circumstances have been guilty of violation of § 54 paragraph. 2
3) illegally have led the vehicle without the speed limiter or officer by an unauthorized, constructive interference in vehicle speed limiter or its connections or the driver knew or should have known that there has been such an intervention, or if the driver has operated the vehicle in such a way, to speed limiter rendered ineffective,

4) led the vehicle, even though it knew or should have known that there was an unauthorized, constructive interference with the vehicle control device or its derivatives
5) intentionally caused harm to other people's person or property caused intentionally imminent danger thereof or otherwise have led motor vehicle on particularly reckless manner
6) has been guilty of violation of Penal Code § 253, paragraph. 1, see. Paragraph. 2
7) has been guilty of several factors, each of which is covered by § 125 paragraph. 1, no. 1-9 or paragraph. 2 or 3, except that the disqualification of several factors alone covered by § 125 paragraph. 1, no. 6, only happens unconditionally if the acts were associated with more than one driving course
8) previously disqualified from driving condition and have committed a new relationship of probation
9) previously imposed bans and committed a new relationship within three years after the driving ban was imposed, or
10) previously disqualified from driving unconditional and committed a new relationship within five years after the end of the disqualification period.


PCS. 2. Under special mitigating circumstances there may be subject to disqualification in cases where suspension in accordance with paragraph. 1 would otherwise be done unconditionally.
Driving restrictions
§ 127. If an offense under § 125 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4, 8, 9 or 10, § 125, paragraph. 3, or § 126 paragraph. 2, see. § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 or 2 being committed within the first 3 years after the initial acquisition of the right to drive, enter a driving ban rather than a conditional suspension. By a driving involve the driver entitled to drive motor vehicle, requiring driver's license until the special driver training or A / T-course, see. § 60a paragraph. 1 and 2 have been completed and the driving test is passed. 6)
Withdrawal Time
§ 128. Unconditional suspension occurs for a period of between 6 months and 10 years, see. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. Unconditional suspension as a result of drunk driving or violation of § 54 paragraph. 2, covered by § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, occurs for a period of at least 3 years.
PCS. 3. The right to be disqualified for ever if the driver while driving has committed grave driving mistake driving has resulted in serious injury and the information is available on the driver's previous traffic offenses that a disqualification for ever deemed necessary in the interest of road safety and law enforcement.
§ 129. (Repealed).
Withdrawal of the right during the proceedings
§ 130. Where the police that the conditions for unconditional disqualification exists, it can suspend the right to drive. The police should be related guiding the driver of credentials law, see. Paragraph. 2. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on police withdrawal of the right, including on the provisional license suspension on the issuance of provisional licenses.
PCS. 2. Any person whose driving license has been temporarily withdrawn, may require the involvement verified by the court. The Court shall by order decide on withdrawal.
PCS. 3. The period of disqualification has been suspended shall be deducted from the suspension period.
The effect of the appeals, etc.
§ 131. An appeal against a judgment which has happened unconditional suspension, after the right has been withdrawn in accordance with § 130, does not suspend the judgment determining whether to withdraw, unless otherwise decided by the District Court by order. The same applies to appeal against the judgment by which a person over 18 who do not have driving license, unconditional had the right to acquire this right. In other cases, the district court at the request of the prosecutor, by order decide that the appeal does not have suspensive effect.
PCS. 2. handed down in a case in which the person is disqualified by § 130 acquittal with regard to the issue of disqualification, or made conditional withdrawal, the license handed over even if the judgment appealed.
Recovery of entitlements within suspension period expired

§ 132. 7) Is the right to drive a motor vehicle under this or any previous Act suspended for a period exceeding three years, the question of recovery of the law in suspension period expired before the courts. The referral is done under the rules of the Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 3, and can not take place, after at 3 years of the disqualification period. The right can only when exceptional circumstances exist. Have the right to be leading previously been disqualified him unconditionally, the reproduction of the right before the suspension period expired only be exceptional, and referral can take place, after at six years of disqualification period.
PCS. 2. If, prior to the expiry of the disqualification period has been renewed disqualification, they count in paragraph. 1 mentioned deadlines for bringing the issue of recovery of the courts from the date of the last judgment, thus driving is banned from that.
Compensation for suspension or withdrawal of driving license
§ 133. The rules in Chapter 93 of the Act of Justice shall apply to claims for compensation for disqualification or withdrawal of the right to mark the prosecution.
Chapter 18 a
confiscation
§ 133 a. By serious or repeated driving offenses can be confiscation of the infringement used motor vehicle, requiring driver's license if it is considered necessary to prevent further violations of traffic laws. Under similar conditions may occur confiscation of a motor vehicle, requiring driver's license, owned by the person who made the infringement even though the vehicle is not used for infringement.
PCS. 2. Confiscation should happen if



1) the owner of the vehicle is guilty of drunk driving with a BAC of 1.20 or an alcohol concentration in the breath of 0.60 mg per day. liters of air, resulting in unconditional disqualification, or violation under aggravating circumstances of § 54 paragraph. 2, leading to unconditional disqualification, and
2) the two previous occasions within the last 3 years before the new offense was committed has been guilty of conditions as mentioned in no. 1, which has led to unconditional disqualification.


PCS. 3. Confiscation following paragraph. 2 must, even if the vehicle is not used in the current infringement.
PCS. 4. Paragraph. 2 may be waived when circumstances exceptionally warrant.
PCS. 5. A moped, which is constructively modified for the increase in speed, or are in such an illegal condition that, in the case of small moped, to run 43 km per hour or more and, in the case of large moped, can run 64 kilometers per hour or more, to be confiscated if the owner (user) of the moped once before, during the last 3 years before the new offense was committed has been guilty of a similar offense of § 67 paragraph. 2. Confiscation may be omitted if special circumstances.
PCS. 6. In addition, as the Criminal Code provisions relating to confiscation.
Chapter 18 b
Punishment etc. by regulatory changes
§ 133 b. The question of punishment and deprivation of right to drive as well as the imposition of bans on the occasion of speeding, see. §§ 42-43 a, or another speed limit established by road signs or markings determined by the offense when current rules.
Chapter 19
No action abroad
§ 134. Code provisions on punishment and disqualification shall apply limits imposed by the Criminal Code §§ 7, 10, 10 a and 10 b also apply to acts performed abroad.
PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the one without violating any Danish rule in Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden acting contrary to its national rules concerning:



1) driving a motor vehicle without the prescribed's liability insurance to cover claims for damage caused by the use of the vehicle
2) the obligation of drivers to comply with traffic directions given by police
3) vehicle speed
4) vehicle road space, traffic direction, meeting or overtaking of other vehicles, swinging, turn and drive over the level crossing,
5) right of way,
6) the obligation to provide free passage for emergency vehicles

7) an obligation to comply with instructions given by traffic signs, signals or markings on the roadway or bike path,
8) vehicle parking and stopping,
9) the prohibition of the use of vehicles or classes of vehicles to certain roads, f. Ex. Because of the vehicles' weight and dimensions
10) safety devices for vehicles and loads
11) marking of vehicles and cargo
12) The light devices of vehicles and the use of light,
13) vehicles, cargo and load capacity,
14) registration of the vehicle and their supply with number and nationality symbol or
15) driving without a license.


PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice may decide that paragraph. 2 shall apply with respect to offenses committed in other states than the former.
PCS. 4. § 118 paragraph. 7, does not apply to in paragraph. 1-3 cases mentioned.
Chapter 19 a
Administrative provisions
§ 134 a. Minister of Transport can authorize Traffic Authority or another under the Ministry of Transport established agency or similar institution to exercise the powers under this Act conferred on the Minister of Transport.
PCS. 2. The Minister may lay down rules on the right to appeal against decisions taken pursuant to authorization under subsection. 1, including that decisions can not be appealed to the Minister.
§ 134 b. Justice may authorize the Commissioner of Police to exercise the powers under this Act conferred on the Minister of Justice.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the right to appeal against decisions taken pursuant to authorization under subsection. 1, including that decisions can not be appealed to the Minister.
§ 134 c. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules on the right to appeal against decisions taken by the municipal council in accordance with authorization according to § 56 a, including the decisions can not be appealed to the Minister.
§ 134 d. The Minister for Taxation may authorize the Customs and Tax Administration to exercise the powers under this Act conferred on the Minister for Taxation.
PCS. 2. The Minister can lay down rules on the right to appeal against decisions taken pursuant to authorization under subsection. 1, including that decisions can not be appealed to the Minister. The Minister can also lay down rules for certain types of decisions can be appealed to the National Tax Tribunal and the Tribunal's treatment of such complaints.
PCS. 3. Tax Administration Act § 48 shall apply in relation to decisions taken pursuant to authorization under subsection. 1, and decisions of appeals taken under regulations made under paragraph. 2. In cases where pursuant to paragraph. 2 set out rules on appeal to the National Tax Tribunal, the Tax Administration Act § 49 apply correspondingly in relation to the Tribunal's decisions of such complaints.
Chapter 20
Commencement and transitional provisions of the Act's rules on drink driving, etc. and disqualification
Commencement
§ 135. §§ 53-55, § 60 paragraph. 2-5, § 64 paragraph. 1 and 4, § 117, paragraph. 1, 2 and 4, § 119, Chapter 18 and §§ 135-138 shall enter into force on 1 July 1976.
PCS. 2. The same applies to the following provisions to the extent that they can be used for in paragraph. 1 these rules: § 1, § 2, no. 2, 6, 12, 13, 14 and 24, § 117, paragraph. 3, § 118, paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and paragraph. 5, § 134, paragraph. 1-3, and § 143.
PCS. 3. From the same time repealed §§ 15, 16 and 18 a, § 20 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 54 paragraph. 2, § 69 paragraph. 2, 4 and 5, and §§ 70-70 hi Road Traffic Act 1955, see. Legislative Decree no. 123 of March 9, 1973, last amended by Act no. 270 of 26 June 1975.
Rules, which also apply in connection with driving offenses 1955
§ 136. § 64 paragraph. 1, § 119 and chapter 18 of this law also applies in connection with driving offenses 1955, see. Legislative Decree no. 123 of March 9, 1973, as recently amended by § 135 paragraph. 3, and in connection with violations of the under the Road Traffic Act 1955 given provisions.
Transitional rules
§ 137. Questions of disqualification in connection with any matter which has been committed but not definitively påkendt July 1, 1976, governed exclusively by the provisions of this Act.

PCS. 2. Should the right to drive on the occasion of such a relationship is suspended in accordance with § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 or 3, the § 126 paragraph. 2, no. 4, except as regards previous disqualifications has happened in connection with violation of the Road Traffic Act § 16 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. Cases of disqualification in connection with matters which are committed under the Act shall be dealt with under § 119 if the case is not judgment negotiated in the first instance before that date.
§ 138. Conditional and unconditional driving disqualifications under the current rules remain valid and have legal effect under this Act. However paragraph. 2-5.
PCS. 2. For persons who, under the existing rules on disqualification in connection with violation of the Road Traffic Act § 16 paragraph. 1, is disqualified from driving for a period of less than two years and which the judgment was only fined lapse enforcement of the judgment determining whether to withdraw or the remainder of this enforcement of the Act. § 60 paragraph. 2, shall apply only if the offender by the Act shall have consummated at least 6 months of the judgment determining whether to withdraw.
PCS. 3. For all individuals who, under the existing rules on disqualification in connection with violation of the Road Traffic Act § 16 paragraph. 1, is disqualified from driving for a period of less than two years and which the judgment was only fined, shortened further deadline in § 126 paragraph. 2, no. 4, to 3 years. If the judgment determining whether to withdraw was not consummated July 1, 1976, reckoned that period from 1 July 1976.
PCS. 4. Police Director may on application determine that a person who, under the existing rules on disqualification in connection with violation of the Road Traffic Act § 16 paragraph. 1, is disqualified from driving for a period of less than two years and which the judgment was convicted of detention or imprisonment also for other rules than § 69 paragraph. 1 of the Road Traffic Act 1955, to be covered by paragraph. 2 and 3. Such a provision may be taken only if the conditions that gave rise to the disqualification must be assumed only that would have resulted in conditional disqualification under this Act. Politidirektørens ruling of the convicted person be brought before the court and determining the matter in the first instance. The decision is made by order.
PCS. 5. For all persons who are disqualified from driving for less than 1 year after the rules that applied before July 1, 1975, shortened the deadline in § 126 paragraph. 2, no. 4, to 3 years. If the judgment determining whether to withdraw was not consummated July 1, 1975, reckoned that period from 1 July 1975.
Chapter 21
Commencement and transitional provisions of the Act other rules
§ 139. The provisions of the Act have not been put into effect by § 135 paragraph. 1 and 2, shall enter into force on 1 May 1977.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Transport may decide that the Act's rules on weight and axle load shall enter into force at an earlier date and that the corresponding rules of the Road Traffic Act 1955, see. Legislative Decree no. 123 of March 9, 1973, will be repealed.
§ 140. On May 1, 1977 is repealed the Road Traffic Act 1955, see. Legislative Decree no. 123 of March 9, 1973, except §§ 73-73 e, as amended by Law no. 363 of 13 June 1973 and Act No. 310 of 19 June 1974 and § 69 paragraph. 1, in conjunction with those provisions.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice shall determine the executive orders issued under the previous law remains in force after 1 May 1977. Violation of these provisions is punishable by a fine. § 118 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 3 and paragraph. 7 and § 119 shall apply accordingly.
§ 141. The Minister of Justice may specify the conditions under which people regularly run the tractor without paying driving test can acquire a driving license for tractor with access to carry out the drive, referred to in § 74.
§ 142. § 105 paragraph. 2, applies to damage caused by the Act. Liability insurance taken out before 1 May 1977 and which do not comply with § 105 paragraph. 2, amended in accordance with this provision. The older policies do not need to be endorsed accordingly. Policyholders can not terminate the contract because of an increase in premiums, by reason only with the change of insurance resulting from the second section.
§ 143. The Act does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
§ 144. (Repealed).



Act no. 302 of 8 June 1977 amending the Road Traffic Act (Mandatory moped teaching) 8) contains the following provision:

§ 2

Date of the Act is determined by the Minister of Justice. The law has effect only for those who are over 15 years after the date fixed by the Minister of Justice.



Justice Ministry Decree no. 493 of 27 November 1979 on the entry into force of the Law amending the Road Traffic Act (Mandatory moped teaching) contains the following provisions:

§ 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 1980, cf.. However, §§ 2 and 3.
§ 2. The law has effect only for persons 15 years of age in 1980 or later. 9)
§ 3. No more than commence the compulsory moped teaching 1 September 1980.



Act no. 278 of 8 May 1991 amending the Road Traffic Act (Recovery of entitlements and confiscation of vehicles) 10) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 1991. § 1, no. 1, also applies to cases where the right to drive is revoked before the commencement of the Act. 11)



Act no. 385 of 20 May 1992 amending the Judicial Code and the Penal Code, the Road Traffic Act and the Aliens Act (prosecution structure) 12) contains the following provision:

§ 5
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 October 1992.
PCS. 2. (Optional)
PCS. 3. Act § 1, no. 1 and 3-37 and §§ 2-4 applies to cases in which at the commencement of the Act is not indicted in the first instance.



Act no. 469 of 30 June 1993 amending the Administration of Justice Act and the Road Traffic Act (Enforcement of other monetary claims, etc.) 13) contains the following provision:

§ 3
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 September 1993.
PCS. 2-4. (Remove heading)
PCS. 5. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 entry § 1, no. 3-7, and § 2 in force after publication in the Official Gazette. 14)



Act no. 98 of 9 February 1994 amending the Road Traffic Act, road tax Act and the duty of liability insurance of motor vehicles, etc. 15) contains the following provision:

§ 4
PCS. 1. This Act shall come into force the day after publication in the Official Gazette. 16)
PCS. 2. § 1 pt. 21 and 22 which shall enter into force on 1 July 1994.
PCS. 3. (Optional)



Act no. 382 of 18 May 1994 amending the Road Traffic Act (Periodic inspection of regular cars) 17) contains the following provision:

§ 2
Transport and Energy Minister sets date of the Act, which, however, must have been 1 January 1998. 18)



Act no. 258 of 19 April 1995 amending the Road Traffic Act 19) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 May 1995.
PCS. 2. This Act shall take effect on 1 April 1995.
PCS. 3. With effect for losses that occur in the period 1 April 1995-31. December 1995 represents the in § 105 paragraph. 2, that amount by 68 million. kr. and 14 million. kr.



Act no. 317 of 17 May 1995 amending the Road Traffic Act 20) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 July 1995 pursuant to. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. Transport and Energy Minister shall determine the date for the entry into force of § 1, no. 19, which, however, must have been 1 July 1996. 21)



Act no. 1122 of 20 December 1995 amending the code 22) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 January 1996 in accordance. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 1, shall enter into force on 1 July 1996. 23)
PCS. 3. § 1 pt. 4 and 5, the effect of the omstillingssyn where initial survey is made on 1 January 1996 or later. 24)



Act no. 1123 of 20 December 1995 amending the code 25) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. The Act shall enter into force on 15 January 1996, pursuant to. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. The § 124 years as worded by § 1, no. 11, shall be adjusted first time with effect from 1 January 1997.
PCS. 3. The increase of the in § 124 o paragraph. 1, as amended by this Act § 1, no. 9, the said amount shall take effect for each sample separated and with the first payment period commencing on 15 January 1996 or later.




Act no. 467 of 10 June 1997 amending the Road Traffic Act 26) (Taxi in bus lanes) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 July 1997.



Act no. 468 of 10 June 1997 amending the Road Traffic Act (Booze and drunken driving, cell phones, etc.) 27) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 1997, cf.. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. § 1, n. 17, comes into force on 1 January 1998 and 28) § 1, no. 9, comes into force on 1 July 1998 29) and § 1, no. 39, comes into force on 1 January 1999. 30)
PCS. 3. Transport and Energy Minister shall determine the date for the entry into force of § 1, no. 2-5, 11, 12, 15, 16, 21, 36-38 and 41. 31)



Act no. 73 of 4 February 1998 amending the Road Traffic Act (drunk driving, etc.) 32) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act shall come into force by the decree in the Official Gazette referred. However paragraph. 2. 33)
PCS. 2. Transport and Energy Minister shall determine the date for the entry into force of § 1, no. 1 and 3. 34)



Act no. 292 of 18 May 1998 amending the Road Traffic Act (Motorcycle with trailer or towed gear) 35) contains the following provision:

§ 2
Transport and Energy Minister sets date of the Act. 36)



Act no. 484 of 1 July 1998 amending the Road Traffic Act, the vehicle excise duty, and the Act on tax for fuel consumption for certain passenger cars (Definitions, parking fee, withholding of salary, etc.) 37) contains the following provision:

§ 4
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 July 1998 referred to. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. Transport and Energy sets the effective date of § 1, no. 4. 38)
PCS. 3. Traffic Law §§ 122 b and 122 c as worded by § 1, no. 4, shall also apply to claims which are due before the commencement of the Act.
PCS. 4. The provision of § 1, no. 5, with effect from 1 January 1998. 39)



Act no. 187 of 30 March 1999 amending the Road Traffic Act, road haulage Act and the Working Environment Act and repealing the Act on checking compliance with the EC regulations on worker protection in road transport and the Act on the international transport of motor vehicles, etc. 40) contains the following provision:

§ 5
PCS. 1. The Act shall enter into force on 15 May 1999. See. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 10, comes into force after publication in the Official Gazette. 41)
PCS. 3. § 1, no. 11, comes into force on a transport and energy minister specified time. 42)
PCS. 4. (Optional)
PCS. 5. Rules issued pursuant to § 41 paragraph. 2, or § 58 paragraph. 2, the Working Environment Act, cf.. Legislative Decree no. 497 of 29 June 1998, shall remain in force until repealed or replaced by rules issued under the Road Traffic Act § 86 a as worded by § 1, no. 2.



Act no. 292 of 28 April 2000 amending the Road Traffic Act, Act on private roads and the Act on winter maintenance and upkeep of roads (Transfer of competencies to municipalities, experiments with traffic regulation measures, the restoration of the right, etc.) 43) contains the following commencement provision:

§ 4
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 June 2000, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 13, 44), § 2 and § 3 and Highway Code, §§ 92, 92 a, 92 b and 92 c as worded by § 1, no. 11, comes into force August 1, 2000 .



Act no. 433 of 31 May 2000 amending various legislative provisions relating to the implementation of a law on the enforcement of sentences, etc. (Changes as a result of criminal enforcement law, abolition of the booklet sentence and probation of life sentenced, etc.) 45) contains the following provisions :

§ 30
This Act shall come into force on 1 July 2001.
§ 31
PCS. 1. If, in the Act shall be sentenced for a previously committed violation of the §§ 1-29 above laws which staple up to 30 days would be incurred, sentenced to imprisonment with the same number of days as a booklet.
PCS. 2. Would a higher penalty tack than in paragraph. 1 be prescribed, a lower sentence of imprisonment imposed, but not less than 30 days or more than 4 months.
§ 32

(Remove heading)
§ 33
(Remove heading)



Act no. 473 of 31 May 2000 amending the Road Traffic Act (Experiments with speed limits on motorways, etc.) 46) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 July 2000.



Act no. 475 of 31 May 2000 amending the Road Traffic Act (Fine Determination) 47) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 September 2000.



Act no. 1316 of 20 December 2000 amending the Road Traffic Act (Use of seat belts and other safety equipment, payment for renewal of driving licenses and the use of loose try Signs) 48) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2001.



Act no. 1318 of 20 December 2000 amending the Road Traffic Act (Amendment of payment for voluntary inspection) 49) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2001.



Act no. 341 of 16 May 2001 amending the Road Traffic Act (Decision on imposition of stopping and parking fee) 50) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 June 2001.



Act no. 498 of 7 June 2001 amending the Road Traffic Act (Strengthening of penalties for serious traffic offenses and imposing bans) 51) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. § 1, no. 4, 6 and 13 shall enter into force on 1 July 2001. 52)
PCS. 2. Transport and Energy Minister shall determine the date of entry into force of § 1, no. 1-3, 5 and 7-12. 53)



Act no. 217 of 22 April 2002 amending the Road Traffic Act (treatment of claims for damages abroad) 54) contains the following provision:

§ 2
The Act comes into force after publication in the Official Gazette. 55)



Act no. 380 of 6 June 2002 amending the Criminal Code Procedure Code and the Road Traffic Act (increase of the penalty for rape, violence, manslaughter, negligent substantial bodily harm, willful fareforvoldelse, car theft, gross disturbance of peace and order, human trafficking and human trafficking etc.) 56) contains the following provision:

§ 4
The Act comes into force after publication in the Official Gazette. 57)



Act no. 1049 of 17 December 2002 amending the Road Traffic Act, Act on library services and the Court Fees Act (Repeal of automatic regulation of certain payment rules and change of payment by public authorities for registration information) 58) contains the following provision:

§ 4
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2003.



Act no. 432 of 10 June 2003 amending the Road Traffic Act (Highway speed, increased enforcement of speed limits and other initiatives to improve road safety) 59) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. § 1, no. 4-6, 9-12, 14-18, 21, 23 and 27 shall enter into force after publication in the Official Gazette. 60)
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 1-3, 13, 22 and 25 shall enter into force on 1 September 2003. 61)
PCS. 3. § 1, no. 7, 8, 19, 20, 24 and 26 shall enter into force on 30 April 2004. 62)
PCS. 4. The question of punishment and deprivation of right to drive on the occasion of speeding violations committed before 30 April 2004 decided in accordance with the existing rules.



Act no. 267 of 21 April 2004 amending the Road Traffic Act (Voucher System, stricter sanctions for speeding, etc.) 63) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. § 1, no. 9, 10, 14, 15, 20 and 21 shall enter into force on 1 June 2004. 64)
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice shall determine the date of entry into force of § 1, no. 1-8, 11-13 and 16-19. 65) 66)



Act no. 473 of 9 June 2004 on the approval and inspection of vehicles 67) contains the following provisions:

§ 20
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 September 2004, see. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. (Optional)
PCS. 3. § 14 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 16, no. 3 and 6, and §§ 17-19 shall be come into effect on 1 January 2005. 68)
§ 22

Notices issued pursuant to the by § 16, no. 1, 3 and 6, repealed provisions shall remain in force until replaced by rules laid down under this Act. 69)



Act no. 363 of 24 May 2005 amending the Road Traffic Act (Sanctions Determination in DUI cases, etc.) 70) contains the following provisions:

§ 3
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 September 2005.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice shall determine the date of entry into force of § 125 paragraph. 2 and 3, as worded by § 1, no. 18, 71)
PCS. 3. Persons before 1 September 2005, disqualified from driving a motor vehicle, requiring driver's license, forever, see. Road Traffic Act § 127, can regain the right to drive after at 10 years from the last judgment, whereby the person was disqualified from driving for life, unless the terms set out in § 128 paragraph. 3, as amended in § 1, no. 18 militate against recovery.



Act no. 428 of 6 June 2005 amending a number of laws as a result of the Tax Administration Act (Consequential amendments as a result of the municipal reform, etc.) 72) contains the following provision:

§ 125
PCS. 1. This Act shall come into force the day after publication in the Official Gazette. 73) (second section. Omitted)
PCS. 2. This Act shall take effect on 1 November 2005. § 70, no. 1, and § 104, however, as from the Act. 74)
PCS. 3. (Optional)



Act no. 430 of 6 June 2005 amending various laws and repealing the Act on Local Partnerships regarding Collection (consequential changes to the law on the collection and recovery of certain claims - collections are made by the Ministry of Taxation) 75 ) contains the following provision:

§ 70
PCS. 1. This Act shall come into force the day after publication in the Official Gazette. 76)
PCS. 2. The Law shall take effect from 1 November 2005, cf. However paragraph. 3.
PCS. 3. Decisions on recovery, before 1 October 2005, appealed to the previous administrative review bodies shall be considered in the National Tax Tribunal on 1 January 2006 if past instances of appeal have not treated the complaint before that date.



Act no. 431 of 6 June 2005 amending various laws (simplification, harmonization and objectification of the rules for the recovery of public debts, etc. and the possibility of using electronic payslips) 77) contains the following provision:

§ 85
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 November 2005, cf. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. (Remove heading).



Act no. 551 of 24 June 2005 amending the Road Traffic Act and the Passport Act (municipalities take over some tasks of driving licenses and pasområdet as part of local government reform) 78) contains the following provision:

§ 3
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2007.



Act no. 552 of 24 June 2005 amending the Administration of Justice Act and various other laws (Changes due to local government reform) 79) contains the following provision:

§ 12
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2007.



Act no. 554 of 24 June 2005 amending the Administration of Justice Act and various other laws (Legal costs, legal expenses and legal aid) 80) contains the following provision:

§ 12
PCS. 1. Act § 1, no. 1, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13-17, 19 and 25, §§ 3-5 and § 7, no. 3 and 4, shall enter into force on 1 July 2005. 81) (second section. omitted)
PCS. 2-5. (Remove heading)



Act no. 557 of 24 June 2005 amending the Road Traffic Act and the Passport Act (Mopeds, driving and rest periods and fee reduction for childcare, etc.) 82) contains the following provision:

§ 3
PCS. 1. § 1, no. 24-28, 38, 39 and 42 shall enter into force after publication in the Official Gazette. 83) 84)
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 4-9, 11, 13-18, 21, 22, 29-37, 43 and 45-47, shall enter into force on 1 September 2005. At the same time lapse Order no. 294 of 24 April 2001 on the testing of higher speed limits on highways for certain vehicles covered by the vehicle certain speed limits. 85)
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice shall determine the date of entry into force of § 1, no. 44. 86)

PCS. 4. § 1, no. 1-3, 10, 12, 19, 20, 23, 40 and 41 shall enter into force on 1 July 2006. § 1, no. 23, take effect for new mopeds with a design maximum speed of 30 km per hour, acquired July 1, 2006 or later. 87)
PCS. 5. (Optional)



Act no. 303 of 19 April 2006 amending the Road Traffic Act (Safety, cooperation on municipal parking control, etc.) 88) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 2
PCS. 1. § 1, no. 1-3 and 6-12, will enter into force after publication in the Official Gazette 89) 90). At the same time repealed § 11 of the Ministry of Justice Order no. 511 of 20 June 2005 on police protection of public order and the protection of individual and public safety etc. as well as police access to implement interim measures.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 4, 5 and 13 shall enter into force on 1 May 2006 mentioned. However paragraph. 3 91).
PCS. 3. Notwithstanding paragraph. 2, until May 1, 2009 in the back seat or the rear seats in cars and vans carried a greater number of people than the number of seats fitted with safety belts.



Act no. 309 of 19 April 2006 on the registration of vehicles 92) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 26
PCS. 1. Tax Minister sets date of the Act. 93)
PCS. 2. A small moped must be registered and provided with registration plate before using it, see. § 2. 1, no. 3, if the moped acquired as fabriksny July 1, 2006 or later.
PCS. 3. There is no fee for registration of a new owner as a result of a vehicle transferred as part of the municipal reform if the notification of the new owner is accompanied by a declaration to that effect. The Minister can lay down detailed rules.



Act no. 538 of 8 June 2006 amending the Administration of Justice Act and various other laws (Police and judicial reform) 94) contains the following provisions:

§ 105
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2007 set. However paragraph. 2-22 and § 106.
PCS. 2-22. (Remove heading)



Act no. 543 of 8 June 2006 amending the Act amending the Road Traffic Act (Transitional provisions concerning the amendment of the rules on recovery of driving after suspension due to alcohol and drunk driving) 95) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions: | ||
§ 1
In Act no. 363 of 24 May 2005 amending the Road Traffic Act (Sanctions Determination in DUI cases etc.) is amended as follows:
1. In § 3 the following paragraph. 4 and 5:
"PCS. 4. Persons, forwarded by 1 September 2005, the decision whether to withdraw the right to drive motor vehicle, requiring driver's license, due to alcohol and drunken driving may bring the issue of recovery of the right to court, when half of the disqualification period, but at least 1½ years, has elapsed. If driving in such cases are deprived forever, the question of recovery at the earliest before the courts after five years of the disqualification period has elapsed. The referral is done under the rules of the Penal Code § 78 paragraph. 3. Recovery of the right can only occur if the at least one year prior to submitting the case to the court met a controlled treatment against alcoholism.
PCS. 5. If, prior to the expiry of the disqualification period and before September 1, 2005 has been renewed disqualification, they count in paragraph. 4, the deadlines for bringing the issue of recovery of the courts from the date of the last judgment, thus driving is banned from that. "
§ 2
The Act comes into force after publication in the Official Gazette 96).



Act no. 1560 of 20 December 2006 amending the Road Traffic Act (Treatment of damages from traffic accidents, etc.) 97) contains the following provision:

§ 2
The Act comes into force after publication in the Official Gazette. 98)



Act no. 1565 of 20 December 2006 amending the Road Traffic Act and the Passport Act (Measurement and weighing of children, reservation of parking certain vehicles and payment of pasgebyr) 99) contains the following provision:

§ 3
PCS. 1. This Act shall come into force the day after publication in the Official Gazette. 100)
PCS. 2. (Optional)




Act no. 106 of 7 February 2007 amending the Tax on registration and registration of ownership and liens, etc. and various other acts (Digital registration, etc.) 101) contains the following provision:

§ 5
PCS. 1-2. (Remove heading)
PCS. 3. § 1, no. 1, 5 and 18-21, § 2 and § 4 shall enter into force after publication in the Official Gazette. 102)



Act no. 208 of 5 March 2007 amending the Road Traffic Act (EMS) 103) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 March 2007.



Act no. 346 of 18 April 2007 amending the law on the collection and recovery of certain claims and various other acts (Automatic offsetting etc.) 104) contains the following provision:

§ 11
Tax Minister sets date of the Act, see. However, § 12105).



Act no. 514 of 6 June 2007 amending the Road Traffic Act (Carriage of children on motorcycle and three-wheel moped) 106) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 August 2007.



Act no. 524 of 6 June 2007 amending the Road Traffic Act (alcohol concentration in exhaled air, zero limit for drugs, etc.) 107) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2007.
PCS. 2. Traffic Law § 119 paragraph. 2-5, as amended in § 1, no. 16, applies in criminal cases where after the coming into prosecution in the first instance.



Act no. 491 of 17 June 2008 amending the Road Traffic Act (Confiscation of mopeds, etc.) 108) contains the following provision:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act shall come into force the day after publication in the Official Gazette. 109)
PCS. 2. Violation of the Road Traffic Act § 67 paragraph. 2, conferred no convictions by the Road Traffic Act § 133 a paragraph. 5, inserted in § 1, no. 8, if committed under the Act shall, in accordance. However paragraph. 3.
PCS. 3. Does the owner (user) of a moped twice before commencement of the Act is guilty of violation of the Road Traffic Act § 67 paragraph. 2, having made constructive changes to a moped, and makes the after the Act comes into force, within three years after the first offense is committed, committed a violation of the Road Traffic Act § 67 paragraph. 2, to be the owner (user) of moped that is constructively modified for the speed increase, or who are in such illegal condition that, as regards small moped, can run 43 km per hour or more and, as regards large moped can run 64 kilometers per hour or more, should be confiscated by the road traffic Act § 133 a paragraph. 5, inserted in § 1, no. 8



Act no. 498 of 17 June 2008 amending the Road Traffic Act and the Criminal Code (Tougher penalties for run drivers) 110) contains the following provision:

§ 3
The Act comes into force after publication in the Official Gazette. 111)
Justice, 4 November 2008
Brian Mikkelsen
/ Anette Arnsted
Annex 1
CONTENTS





Chapter 1. Scope of the Act etc.


§§


1-2



Scope of the Act


§


1



Definitions etc.


§


2








Chapter 2. Rules for all traffic


§§


3-9



Ground rules etc.


§


3



Advice to traffic


§


4




Traffic over the railway tracks etc.


§


5



Leg etc.


§


6



Emergency transport etc.


§


7



Damage to road signs, etc.


§


8



Liabilities arising from road accidents


§


9









Chapter 3. Rules of the road for pedestrians


§§


10-13











Chapter 4. Traffic rules for running


§§


14-40



The use of road different paths


§


14



The location on the road


§


15



Vibration etc.


§§


16-17



Turning, reversing and lane changes, etc.


§


18



Driving at bus stop etc.


§


19



meeting


§


20



overtaking


§§


21-22



Prohibition of overtaking


§


23



Pass-and changing lanes in close traffic


§


24



Overtaking and passing through pedestrian crossing


§


25



Right of way etc.


§


26



Liabilities for pedestrians


§


27



Stopping and parking


§§


28-30



Liabilities by stopping and parking in special areas and in special cases


§


31



Signals and signs


§


32



Lamp Drive



§§


33-36



Bicycle and motor racing


§


37



Unnecessary noise, etc.


§


38



Defence and emergency services vehicles


§


39



Local traffic calming


§


40









Chapter 5. Speed ​​


§§


41-43 a



General rules


§


41



General speed limits


§


42



Speed ​​for specific types of vehicles


§


43-43 a











Chapter 6. Special rules for the traffic on the motorway and expressway


§§


44-48



motorway


§§


44-47



expressway


§


48









Chapter 7. Special rules for bicycles


§§


49-50









Chapter 8. Special rules for mopeds


§


51









Chapter 9. Special rules for motorcycles


§


52











Chapter 10. Drivers of vehicles etc.


§§


53-66



Drunk driving


§


53



Driving under the influence of psychoactive substances, illness etc.


§


54



Control etc.


§


55



Use of mobile phones and other telecommunications equipment


§


55 a




Driving licenses for motor vehicle


§§


56-59 a



Recovery and restoration of the right


§§


60-60 a



Foreign drivers


§


61



Driving licenses for tractors and motorized equipment


§


62



Moped riders


§§


63-63 a



Practice driving


§


64



Accountability, etc.


§


65



Driving instructors


§


66











Chapter 11 Vehicles, etc.


§§


67-79



Vehicle design and equipment etc.


§§


67-68 a



Change of vehicle classification


§


69



Arming and towing


§


70



EMS vehicle


§


70 a



registration


§§


72-73 b



Tractors that are exempt from registration


§


74



Approved tractors


§


75



Foreign vehicles


§


76



Checking vehicles


§


77



Rental


§


79









Chapter 12. Safety


§§


80-81



Seat belts


§


80



Child safety


§


80a



The number of passengers that can be legally conveyed



§


80b



Helmets


§


81



Personal safety for other road users than the driver and passengers


§


81a











Chapter 13. Carriage, loading condition, weight, dimensions, etc.


§§


82-86



Vehicle loading condition


§


82



Passenger transport


§§


83-83 a



Vehicle latitude, longitude and altitude


§


84



Weight and axle load


§


85



Driving with flatbed trucks


§


86









Chapter 13 a. Driving and resting


§


86 a











Chapter 14 Obstacles on the way


§§


87-88



Contamination of way etc.


§


87



Animals on the road


§


88











Chapter 14 a. Special considerations for people with disabilities


§


88 a











Chapter 15. Traffic Control and marking etc.


§§


89-100



Traffic Control


§§


89-90



Laying the highways and roads


§


91



Traffic Restrictions


§§


92-92 d



Parking discs


§


93



Tøbrud Restrictions


§


94




General provisions on marking


§§


95-96



Access to the use of markings on private roads


§


97



Marking of road works


§


98



Misleading markings etc.


§


99



Road construction


§


100











Chapter 16. Compensation and insurance


§§


101-116



Responsibility basis etc.


§§


101-104



Insurance requirement


§§


105-107



The insurer's liability and redress


§


108



Even insured vehicles


§


109



The transaction


§§


110-115



Compensation bodies etc.


§


115 a



Information


§


115 b



Liability under the Act on the Contract for the International Road Transport


§


116











Chapter 17. Penalty, taxes, etc.


§§


117-124



penalty


§§


117-118 a



The transaction


§§


119-119 b



Detention of vehicles


§§


120-120 a



Stopping and parking fees


§


121



Parking Inspectors


§§


122-122 a



Wage withholding, offsetting etc.


§§


122 b -122 d



Police removal and sale of vehicles


§§



123-124









Chapter 17 a. Methods of payment


§§


124 a-124 q



Driving tests, driving license etc


§§


124 a-124 f



License plates etc.


§§


124 124 p-j



Collection etc. of payment


§


124 q











Chapter 18. Withdrawal of the driving license


§§


125-133



Conditional suspension


§


125



Unconditional suspension


§


126



Driving restrictions


§


127



Withdrawal Time


§


128



Withdrawal of the right during the proceedings


§


130



The effect of the appeals, etc.


§


131



Recovery of entitlements within suspension period expired


§


132



Compensation for suspension or withdrawal of driving license


§


133











Chapter 18 a. Confiscation


§


133 a









Chapter 18 b. Punishment etc. by regulatory changes


§


133 b









Chapter 19. No action abroad


§


134









Chapter 19 a. Administrative provisions


§§


134 a-134 d









Chapter 20 Commencement and transitional provisions of the Act's rules on drink driving, etc. and disqualification


§§


135-138




Commencement


§


135



Rules, which also apply in connection with driving offenses 1955


§


136



Transitional rules


§§


137-138











Chapter 21 Commencement and transitional provisions of the Act other rules


§§


139-143



Official notes
1) The provisions of §§ 72-76, § 88 a paragraph. 1, 3rd section. And §§ 124 j-124 on termination. § 21, no. 1 of Law no. 309 of 19 April 2006. Tax Minister sets date of the Act, see. Act § 26, set out in Executive Order ending.
2) In § 118 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 is deleted: "§ 72, §§ 74-75," see. § 21, no. 2 of Law no. 309 of 19 April 2006. Tax Minister sets date of the Act, see. Law § 26, set out in Executive Order ending.
3) The specified text in § 122 b paragraph. 1, is amended to 'Unpaid parking fee plus costs can be recovered by deduction from salary etc. that under the rules governing the collection of taxes Source Act and by offsetting.' Referred to. § 6, no. 1 of Law no. 346 of 18 april 2007. Tax Minister sets date of the Act, see. Act § 11, set out in Executive order ending.
4) § 1 pt. 2 of Law no. 1318 of 20 December 2000, § 124 g paragraph. 5, was deleted. PCS. 6 and 7 becomes paragraph. 5 and 6. In § 16, no. 6 and 7 of Law no. 473 of 9 June 2004, § 124 g paragraph. 1-6, lifted. The provision in § 124 g is at all abolished regardless of the addition in § 16, no. 7 ( 'paragraph. 7 becomes paragraph. 1').
5) In § 124 q deleted: "Minister for Taxation" in accordance. § 21, no. 3 of Law no. 309 of 19 April 2006. The Minister of Taxation shall set the time for commencement of the Act, see. Act § 26, which is reproduced in the Order end.
6) Persons before 1 September 2005, disqualified from driving a motor vehicle, requiring driver's license, forever, see. Road Traffic Act § 127, can regain the right to drive after at 10 years from the last judgment, whereby the person was disqualified from driving for life, unless the terms set out in § 128 paragraph. 3, as amended by Law no. 363 of 24 May 2005 § 1, no. 18 militate against recovery see. Law no. 363 of 24 May 2005 § 3, paragraph. 3.
7) by Law no. 543 of 8 June 2006 amending the Act amending the Road Traffic Act (Transitional provisions concerning the amendment of the rules on recovery of driving after suspension due to alcohol and drunk driving) introduced transitional arrangements to enable persons whose which before 1 september 2005, the decision on disqualification due to alcohol and drunken driving can apply for restoration of the right in accordance with the previous rules for the provision of the highway Code, § 132, paragraph. 2, which was repealed on 1 September 2005. The transitional provision set out in Executive Order ending.
8) Amendment Act relating to § 63 paragraph. 2-7.
9) For people who have turned 15 before January 1, 1980, applies to § 63 paragraph. 2, in the Highway Code no. 287 of 10 June 1976. This provision reads as follows: "The driver of a moped must while driving bring premium receipt showing that liability insurance is taken out and kept in force in accordance. § 105, and on request show it to the police. "
10) Amendment Act relating to § 132 paragraph. 2, and Chapter 18 a.
11) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1 relates to § 132 paragraph. 2.
12) Amendment Act § 3 relates to § 119 and § 119 a paragraph. 1 and 2.
13) Amendment Act § 2 relating to § 119 paragraph. 4, no. 2.
14) Promulgated in the Official Gazette July 1, 1993.

15) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 2, no. 6, § 14 paragraph. 2, 1st and 3rd clauses., § 21 paragraph. 1, 3rd clause., § 28 para. 3, 4th paragraph., § 31 paragraph. 2, 3rd clause., § 32 paragraph. 2, Item 4. And paragraphs. 3, 3rd clause., § 51 paragraph. 2-4 and 6, § 56 paragraph. 2, no. 1, § 61 paragraph. 3, § 63 paragraph. 1-3, 5 and 6, § 63a, § 68a, § 72 paragraph. 1, 1st and 3rd clauses., § 80 paragraph. 1, § 81. 1 and 2, § 105, paragraph. 1, § 107 paragraph. 1, § 117, paragraph. 1, point 1. Paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence. And paragraphs. 4, § 134, paragraph. 4 Chapter 19 a, § 135, paragraph. 2 and § 140 paragraph. 2.
16) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on February 10 1994.
17) Amendment Act relating to § 71 with accompanying headline, § 78 and § 118, paragraph 1, no. 1
18) Order no. 280 of 16 April 1997, it is determined that changing the law comes into force on 1 January 1998.
19) Amendment Act relating to § 105 paragraph. 3.
20) Amendment Act relating to § 5, paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., § 7, paragraph. 6, § 23 paragraph. 2, § 30, § 37 paragraph. 6 and 7, § 39 with accompanying headline, § 64 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 66 paragraph. 2, § 68 paragraph. 1, § 73 paragraph. 2, Chapter 14a, § 92. 4 pcs. 5, 2nd sentence. And paragraphs. 6, § 96 paragraph. 2, § 100, paragraph. 2, point 2., § 105 paragraph. 1, § 118, paragraph. 7, § 120, paragraph. 2, § 124 a paragraph. 2 and § 130 paragraph. 1, 3rd section.
21) Amendment Act § 1, no. 19, relating to § 124 a paragraph. 2. Order no. 566 of 20 June 1996 it is determined that the change comes into force on 1 July 1996.
22) Amendment Act relating to § 29 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, § 49 paragraph. 1, point 2., § 50 paragraph. 3, 3rd clause., And § 124 g paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 3, 2nd sentence.
23) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1 relates to § 29 paragraph. 1 pt. 2
24) Amendment Act § 1 pt. 4 and 5 relate to § 124 g paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 3, 2nd sentence.
25) Amendment Act relating to § 121 paragraph. 5, § 124 a paragraph. 1-3, § 124 c paragraph. 1, § 124 e paragraph. 1, point 1., § 124 j, paragraph. 1, point 1., § 124 m paragraph. 1, § 124 o paragraph. 1, § 124 p, 1 point., And § 124 s.
26) Amendment Act relating to § 14 paragraph. 6
27) Amendment Act relating to § 37 paragraph. 5, § 50 paragraph. 2, § 53 paragraph. 1, 3 and 4, § 55, stk. 3 and 4, § 55a, § 60 paragraph. 2-4, § 73 b, § 81. 3, § 85. 3, § 86 paragraph. 2, § 88 a paragraph. 2, § 117, paragraph. 1, 4 and 5, § 118, paragraph. 1 pt. 1. 3, 3rd sentence. And paragraphs. 7, § 119a paragraph. 1, § 119 b, 2nd paragraph., § 122, first paragraph., § 124 a paragraph. 1, point 2. Paragraph. 2 and 3, § 124 c paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 3, § 124, first paragraph., § 124 j, paragraph. 1, 1st and 2nd clauses., § 124 k, paragraph. 3, § 124 r, 1st clause., § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 3 and paragraph. 2, no. 2, § 132, paragraph. 2 and § 134 paragraph. 3.
28) Amendment Act § 1, no. 17, relating to § 81 paragraph. 3.
29) Amendment Act § 1, no. 9, relating to § 55 a.
30) Amendment Act § 1, no. 39, relating to § 124 r, 1st clause.
31) Amendment Act § 1, no. 2-5, 11, 12, 15, 16, 21, 36-38 and 41, relating to § 50 paragraph. 2, § 53 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 60 paragraph. 2 and 4, § 73 b, § 117, paragraph. 1, § 124 j, paragraph. 1, 1st and 2nd clauses., § 124 k, paragraph. 3 and § 126 paragraph. 1, no. 3. By Order no. 692 of 28 August 1997, it is determined that the change of § 124 j, paragraph. 1, point 2., Will enter into force on 1 October 1997, and the changes of § 124 j, paragraph. 1, point 1., And § 124 k, paragraph. 3 shall enter into force on 1 January 1998. By Order no. 697 of 30 September 1998, it is determined that the amendment to § 73 b, shall enter into force on 3 October 1998. By Order no. 182 of 26 March 1999 determined that the amendment to § 50 paragraph. 2, shall enter into force on 15 April 1999.
32) Amendment Act relating to § 53 paragraph. 3, § 119, paragraph. 3, no. 2 and § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 3
33) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on 5 February 1998.
34) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1 and 3 relate to § 53 paragraph. 3 and § 126 paragraph. 1, no. 3. By Order no. 88 of 6 February 1998, it is determined that the changes take effect on 1 March 1998.
35) Amendment Act relating to § 43 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence. And paragraphs. 4, § 70 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause., And § 124 g paragraph. 1, point 2. Paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-3, and paragraph. 2, Nos. 1-3.
36) By order no. 324 of 4 June 1998, it is determined that changing the law comes into force on 10 June 1998.
37) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 2, no. 13 and no. 24, § 122 a paragraph. 2, § 122 b, c § 122, § 124 f, § 124 and § 134 a.
38) Amendment Act § 1, no. 4, relates to § 122 b and § 122 c. By Order no. 58 of 28 January 1999 it is determined that the changes take effect on 1 February 1999.
39) Amendment Act § 1, no. 5, repeal § 124 f and § 124.

40) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 86 paragraph. 1, point 2. Chapter 13 a, § 117, paragraph. 2, no. 3, § 118, paragraph. 5, 2nd-4th section. and paragraphs. 6, § 119a paragraph. 1 and 3, § 120, paragraph. 2, § 120 a, § 124 g, § 124 j, paragraph. 1, 1st and 2nd clauses., § 124 r, 1st clause., § 125 a and § 126 paragraph. 1, no. 2-4 and paragraph. 2, no. 2.
41) Amendment Act § 1, no. 10, relating to § 124 g paragraph. 1-6, and is published in the Official Gazette on 31 March 1999.
42) Amendment Act § 1, no. 11, relating to § 124 g paragraph. 7. By Order no. 38 of 24 January 2002 it is determined that the change comes into force on 1 February 2002. As a result of § 1, no. 2 of Law no. 1318 of 20 December 2000 amending road traffic Act (Amendment of payment for volunteers vision), the provision was changed to § 124 g paragraph. 6
43) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 29 paragraph. 1, no. 5, § 37 paragraph. 1, point 2. And paragraphs. 3, no. 2-4, § 43 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 43a, § 46 paragraph. 2, Item 4., § 70 paragraph. 1, point 1., §§ 92-92 d, § 96 paragraph. 2, point 2., § 97, § 119a paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., § 121 paragraph. 1 pt. 7 and 8, § 124 g paragraph. 1, no. 3, paragraph. 2 pcs. 3, no. 3 and paragraph. 5, no. 3, § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and § 132 paragraph. 1, last point., And paragraphs. 3.
44) Amendment Act § 1, no. 13 concerns § 97.
45) Amendment Act § 29 relates to § 117, § 118, paragraph. 5, 2nd paragraph., And § 119, paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 3, no. 1
46) Amendment Act relating to § 43 paragraph. 8 and § 44 paragraph. 3 and 4.
47) Amendment Act relating to § 118 a.
48) Amendment Act relating to § 80 paragraph. 1, 2 and 4-6, § 124 c paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and § 124 p, 1st clause.
49) Change Act targets § 124 g paragraph. 1, 5 and 7 and § 124 s.
50) Amendment Act relating to § 121 paragraph. 2, first sentence.
51) Amendment Act relating to § 60 paragraph. 2 2nd-5th section. and paragraphs. 4, § 60a, § 118, paragraph. 1 and 4, § 119, paragraph. 2 pt. 2 and 3, § 119a paragraph. 1 and 3, § 126 paragraph. 2, Nos. 3 and 4 and paragraph. 4 and § 134 paragraph. 4.
52) Amendment Act § 1, no. 4, 6 and 13 of the § 118 paragraph. 1 and 4, and § 134, paragraph. 4.
53) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1-3, 5 and 7-12, relate to § 60 paragraph. 2 2nd-5th section. and paragraphs. 4, § 60a, § 118, paragraph. 1 pt. 1, § 119, paragraph. 2 pt. 2 and 3, § 119a paragraph. 1 and 3 and § 126 paragraph. 2, Nos. 3 and 4 and paragraph. 4. By Order no. 1084 of 18 December 2001 it is determined that the changes take effect on 1 March 2002.
54) Change Act targets § 107 paragraph. 2, § 115 a and § 115 b.
55) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on 23 April 2002.
56) Amendment Act § 3 relates to § 117 paragraph. 4.
57) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on 7 June 2002.
58) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 121 paragraph. 5, § 124 a, § 124 c paragraph. 1, § 124 e paragraph. 1, § 124 g paragraph. 1, 3 and 5, § 124 j, paragraph. 1, § 124 m paragraph. 1, § 124 o paragraph. 1 and § 124 s.
59) Amendment Act relating to § 32 paragraph. 2-4, § 35 paragraph. 1 and 4, § 37 paragraph. 6 and 7, § 40, § 42 paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 4, 2nd sentence., § 43 paragraph. 7 and 8, § 44 paragraph. 4, 2nd sentence., § 50 paragraph. 2, § 53 paragraph. 4, § 55, stk. 3, § 55 a paragraph. 2, § 60 a paragraph. 3, 1st clause. and no. 2, § 73 paragraph. 1, § 73 a paragraph. 3, § 73 b paragraph. 2, § 82 paragraph. 1, § 83, § 85. 3, § 86 paragraph. 2, § 88 a paragraph. 1, § 92 d paragraph. 3, § 118, paragraph. 1 and 4, § 122 paragraph. 1, point 1., § 124 a paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., § 124 q, § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and paragraph. 4, 1st clause., § 134, paragraph. 3 and 4 and § 134 b.
60) Amendment Act § 1, no. 4-6, 9-12, 14-18, 21, 23 and 27 relate to § 35 paragraph. 1 and 4, § 37 paragraph. 6 and 7, § 40, § 43 paragraph. 7 and 8, § 44 paragraph. 4, 2nd sentence., § 50 paragraph. 2, § 53 paragraph. 4, § 55, stk. 3, § 55 a paragraph. 2, § 73 paragraph. 1, § 73 a paragraph. 3, § 73 b paragraph. 2, § 83, § 85. 3, § 86 paragraph. 2, § 88 a paragraph. 1, § 92 d, § 122 paragraph. 1, point 1., § 124 q, § 134, paragraph. 3 and § 134 b, and is published in the Official Gazette on 11 July 2003.
61) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1-3, 13, 22 and 25 relate to § 32 paragraph. 2-4, § 60a paragraph. 3, 1st clause. And no. 2, § 124 a paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence. And § 126 paragraph. 4, 1st clause.
62) Amendment Act § 1, no. 7, 8, 19, 20, 24 and 26 relate to § 42 paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 4, 2nd sentence., § 118, paragraph. 1 and 4, § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and § 134 paragraph. 4.
63) Amendment Act relating to § 60 a paragraph. 1-3, § 118, paragraph. 1, 5 and 6, § 119, paragraph. 2, no. 3, § 119a paragraph. 1, § 126, section 18 b and § 134 paragraph. 4.
64) Amendment Act § 1, no. 9, 10, 14, 15, 20 and 21 relate to § 118 paragraph. 1 and 4, § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 3, Chapter 18 b and § 134 paragraph. 4th

65) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1-8, 11-13 and 16-19, relates to § 60 a paragraph. 1-3, § 118, paragraph. 6, § 119, paragraph. 2, no. 3, § 119a paragraph. 1 and § 126 paragraph. 2-3.
66) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1-8, 11-13 and 16-19, and § 2. 2 is terminated in accordance. § 2 of the Law no. 363 of 24 May 2005.
67) Amendment Act § 16 relates to § 71 with accompanying headline, § 73 paragraph. 1, § 78, § 88 a paragraph. 1, 3rd clause., § 118, paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and § 124 g.
68) Amendment Act § 16, no. 3 and 6, relating to § 78 and § 124 g paragraph. 1, 2 and 4-6.
69) Amendment Act § 16, no. 1, 3 and 6, repeal § 71, § 78 and § 124 g paragraph. 1, 2 and 4-6.
70) Amendment Act relating to § 53, § 55, stk. 3, § 60 paragraph. 2, 2nd sentence. and paragraphs. 3, 60 a paragraph. 1-3, § 117, § 117 ad, § 118, paragraph. 6, § 119, paragraph. 2, Nos. 3 and paragraph. 3 pt. 2 and 3, § 119a paragraph. 1, §§ 125-129, § 131, paragraph. 1, § 132, paragraph. 2 and 3 and § 133 a. Amended by Act no. 543 of 8 June 2006 amending the Act amending the Road Traffic Act (Transitional provisions concerning the amendment of the rules on recovery of driving after suspension as a result of alcohol and drunk driving), see. thus at note 96.
71) By order no. 783 of 8 August 2005, it is determined that the change comes into force on 1 September 2005.
72) Amendment Act § 104 relates to § 124 m paragraph. 2, no. 4-6 and paragraphs. 3.
73) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on 7 June 2005.
74) Amendment Act § 104 relates to § 124 m paragraph. 2, no. 4-6 and paragraphs. 3.
75) Amendment Act § 12 concerns § 122 b paragraph. 2-4.
76) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on 7 June 2005.
77) Amendment Act § 10 relates to § 122 d.
78) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 56 a and § 134 c.
79) Amendment Act § 9 concerns § 92 d.
80) Amendment Act § 5 refers to § 112 paragraph. 4.
81) Amendment Act § 5 refers to § 112 paragraph. 4.
82) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 2, no. 6, second paragraph., § 14 paragraph. 2, 1st and 3rd section. and paragraphs. 3, § 21 paragraph. 1, § 23 paragraph. 2, § 37 paragraph. 3, 6 and 7, § 43 paragraph. 2, first sentence. Paragraph. 3 and 4, § 43a, § 49 paragraph. 5, § 51 paragraph. 2, § 56 paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., § 60a paragraph. 1, 2 and 3, no. 1 and 3, § 61 paragraph. 3, § 63 paragraph. 1-3, 5 and 6, § 63 a paragraph. 1, § 64 paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., § 68a, § 72 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 73 paragraph. 1, § 73 a paragraph. 1 and 2, § 73 b, § 75 paragraph. 3, § 86 a paragraph. 3-5, § 88 a paragraph. 1, § 117, paragraph. 1 and 2, no. 6, § 117 c, § 117 d, 3rd clause., § 118, paragraph. 2, 2nd sentence. and paragraphs. 6, 8 and 9, § 118 a paragraph. 6, § 119a paragraph. 1 and 3, § 121 paragraph. 1, no. 4, § 124 f, § 124 h with accompanying headline, § 124 j, paragraph. 2, § 124 m paragraph. 1, point 2., § 124 q, § 125 paragraph. 1 pt. 5 and 6 and paragraph. 2, no. 5, § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and 5, and § 127.
83) Amendment Act § 1, no. 24-28, 38, 39 and 42 relate to § 72 paragraph. 2, § 73 paragraph. 1, § 73 a paragraph. 1 and 2, 73 b, § 75 paragraph. 3, § 86 a paragraph. 3-5, § 88 a paragraph. 1, § 124 f, § 124 h with associated title and § 124 q.
84) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on 25 June 2005.
85) Amendment Act § 1, no. 4-9, 11, 13-18, 21, 22, 29-37, 43 and 45-47 relate to § 37 paragraph. 3, 6 and 7, § 43 paragraph. 2, first sentence. Paragraph. 3 and 4, § 49 paragraph. 5, § 56 paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., § 60a paragraph. 1, 2 and 3, no. 1 and 3, § 61 paragraph. 3, § 64 paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., § 68a, § 117 d, 3rd clause., § 118, paragraph. 2, point 2. Paragraph. 6, 8 and 9, § 118 a paragraph. 6, § 119a paragraph. 1 and 3, § 121 paragraph. 1, no. 4, § 125, paragraph. 1 pt. 5 and 6, § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and 5 and § 127.
86) Amendment Act § 1, no. 44 refers to § 125 paragraph. 2, no. 5. By Order no. 783 of 8 August 2005, it is determined that the change comes into force on 1 September 2005.
87) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1-3, 10, 12, 19, 20, 23, 40, 41 relate to § 2, no. 6, second paragraph., § 14 paragraph. 2, 1st and 3rd section. and paragraphs. 3, § 21 paragraph. 1, § 23 paragraph. 2, § 43a, § 51 paragraph. 2, § 63 paragraph. 1-3, 5 and 6, § 63 a paragraph. 1, § 72 paragraph. 1, § 117 paragraph. 1 and 2, no. 6, § 117 c, § 124 j, paragraph. 2 and § 124 m paragraph. 1, 2nd sentence.
88) Amendment Act relating to § 53 with accompanying headline, § 68 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 80-§ 80 b related headings, § 81a with its headline, § 88. 2, § 118, paragraph. 1 and 2, § 120 a paragraph. 1 pt. 4 and 5, § 122a, § 122 b paragraph. 5-7 and § 125 paragraph. 2, no. 1
89) Amendment Act § 1, no. 1-3 and 6-12 relate to § 53 with accompanying headline, § 68 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 81a with its headline, § 88. 2, § 118, paragraph. 1 and 2, § 120 a paragraph. 1 pt. 4 and 5, § 122a and § 122 b paragraph. 5-7.
90) Promulgated in the Official Gazette April 20, 2006.

91) Amendment Act § 1, no. 4, 5 and 13 concern § 80-§ 80 b and § 125 paragraph. 2, no. 1, including the related headings.
92) Amendment Act § 21 deals §§ 72-76, § 88 a paragraph. 1, 3rd section., And §§ 124j-124P.
93) The law is not yet in force.
94) Amendment Act § 9 concerns § 92 c paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 2, 1st and 3rd clauses., § 119 paragraph. 1, 1st and 2nd clauses. and paragraphs. 3, no. 1, § 119a paragraph. 2 and § 138 paragraph. 4, 1st and 3rd section.
95) Change Act targets § 132.
96) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on June 9 2006.
97) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 105 paragraph. 3, § 107 paragraph. 1, § 115 a paragraph. 4, 1st clause., § 115 b paragraph. 1, § 115 b paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and § 115 b paragraph. 2.
98) Promulgated in the Official Gazette 21 December 2006.
99) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 80a paragraph. 7 and § 92 paragraph. 3.
100) Promulgated in the Official Gazette 21 December 2006.
101) Change Act § 2 deals with § 124 m paragraph. 2, no. 6
102) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on February 8, 2007.
103) Change Act § 1 relates to § 70a and § 118 paragraph. 8.
104) Change Act § 6 concerns § 122 b paragraph. 1.
105) The Act has not yet entered into force.
106) Change Act § 1 relates to § 51 paragraph. 7 § 52 paragraph. 5 and paragraph. 6, § 81. 3 and § 125 paragraph. 2, no. 1
107) Change Act § 1 relates to § 53 paragraph. 1, § 54 paragraph. 1-4, § 55, stk. 1 and paragraph. 2, first sentence., § 60a paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 3, no. 1 and 3, § 117, § 117 b paragraph. 1, § 117 d, § 118, paragraph. 1 pt. 1. 2, first sentence. and paragraphs. 6, § 119, paragraph. 2-4, § 119a paragraph. 1, § 125, paragraph. 1 pt. 7 and 8, § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, 2 and 5, § 127, first paragraph., § 128 paragraph. 2 and § 133 a paragraph. 2.
108) Change the law relating to § 52 paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., § 52 paragraph. 6, first paragraph., § 55, stk. 2, first sentence., § 82 paragraph. 6 and 7, § 105, paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., § 119 paragraph. 2, no. 2, § 124, § 133 a paragraph. 5 and § 134 d. The explanatory notes (L 96 Ft 2007-08, 2nd session) states, inter alia .: "word" and "in § 119 paragraph. 2, no. 2, is inserted by a drafting error in connection with the parliamentary adoption of the Law no. 524 of 6 June 2007. "
109) Promulgated in the Official Gazette on 18 June 2008
110) Change Act § 1 relates to § 9 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 60 a paragraph. 1 piece. 2 and paragraph. 3 pt. 2 and 3, § 117, paragraph. 2, no. 8, § 117 d, § 118, paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and paragraph. 2, § 119a paragraph. 1, § 125, paragraph. 1 pt. 2, § 126 paragraph. 1 pt. 6 and 7 and § 127, first paragraph.
111) Promulgated in the Official Gazette 18 June 2008.