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...test in actual traffic or in a closed setting. Assessing fitness to drive In Finland, driving fitness assessments are governed by law (in particular the Driving Licence Act and the...
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Driving under the influence of alcohol, or drink-driving, reduces driving ability and increases significantly the risk of crash.Finland’s drink-driving limit is a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.5 per mille....
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Finland by car -brochure includes the most important facts for you to keep in mind while driving in Finland. Targeted primarily to tourists, the brochure is available in eight languages...
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...following distance and… Difficult driving conditions Traffic Drink-driving Driving under the influence of alcohol, or drink-driving, reduces driving ability and increases significantly the risk of crash.Finland’s drink-driving limit… Drink-driving Traffic...
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...licence when crossing the road or driving in the road area in exceptional cases. The transport task or terrain conditions make it unreasonably difficult to drive in the terrain. Driving...
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...one in seven drivers in Finland end up in a hazardous situation due to the use of a mobile phone while driving. According to traffic accident investigation boards, each year...
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...in cars. Four out of ten of those killed or injured in accidents caused by driving under the influence are young people. Serious road accidents involving young people typically involve...
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...category T driving licence.Categories A1, A2, A and B also include category T. Category AM driving rights (e.g. moped licence, light motorised quadricycle licence) do not include category T driving...
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...it can be reliably ensured that they will remain securely seated. In other words, it is essential that the possibility of transporting a passenger is indicated in the registration certificate....
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...car causes congestion around schools and increases traffic risks. In addition, children sitting in a car do not learn traffic skills in the same way as those moving in traffic....
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...Respect animals and the peace of nature. Develop your skills as a snowmobile driver. Practise driving in a safe environment. Increase your snowmobile driving skills. Join a snowmobile club or...
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...getting injured. In the case of colliding with a deer, elk or reindeer, the greatest risk is in September–December, and the increase in speed significantly increases the risk of death...
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