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Driving in Albania
 
 
 

There are strict speed limits according to the type of vehicle and type of road as well as within towns. International road signs apply and traffic in Albania drives on the right.

Driving in Albania can be hazardous due to aggressive drivers, poorly maintained roads and vehicles, and inadequate road lighting. During winter months, mountain roads are icy and slippery and snow chains should be used as appropriate. The roads between the important destinations have been recently repaved and fixed, and offer all the security measures one would expect on a highway. There are no fees for using the highways.

An International Driving Permit and national driving licence are required. An International Driving Permit can only be used for one year. If one wishes to drive in Albania for more than one year he or she must apply for an Albanian driver’s licence.

 

 
 


 



 


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