The latest revision to the Stuttgart ban on certain diesel vehicles has established tighter restrictions for some areas of the city.
Post Tagged with: "driving in Germany"
Obtaining a USAREUR driver’s license, registering a vehicle, and being issued a ration card are all part of the larger in-processing experience organized by the Central Processing Facility.
Get your International Driver Permit to venture on road trips outside of Germany for your own benefit.
In Stuttgart and Böblingen off-post, an ordinance regulates how residents can clear icy sidewalks.
PMV accidents have historically been the Army’s No. 1 killer of Soldiers.
Defensive driving means being aware the other driver can make a mistake, endangering you.
Practice smart roadside safety techniques in Germany and everywhere so you don’t end up another accident victim.
There are increased traffic controls and DUI checks performed by German Polizei at the time of Fasching in Germany.
Be Safe, be seen. Tips for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists to stay safe during the winter months in Stuttgart.
For motorcyclists, this is the time to do preventive maintenance on your bike, and get your riding
skills up to par after the winter lay off.