Vai, braucot uz Somiju ar auto, kura īpašnieks ir cits cilvēks, vajag pilnvaru?

joens (2016-06-14 20:03)      Nevajag. Un ne tikai uz Somiju. Vienīgi ar poļiem vismaz bija kaut kādas nianses.

Lele (2016-06-14 20:19)      Copy/paste: When driving in Finland the following documents should be carried:

Full, valid driving licence*
Proof of insurance (third party or above)
Proof of ID (passport)
Proof of ownership (V5C certificate)
While driving in Finland you are required by law to carry the following items. Hefty on-the-spot fines can be issued for failing to carry specific items:

Headlamp beam deflectors: depending on your car, you will either need deflector stickers or have to adjust the beam manually
Lights: all motor vehicles must use their headlights in and outside built-up areas at all times, throughout the year
Warning triangle: compulsory in all vehicles (except motorcycles).
Reflective jackets: in Finland, the legislation concerns pedestrians, who must wear safety reflectors in the hours of darkness (any type of reflector is accepted). Thus, a car driver who steps out of their car in the event of a breakdown becomes a pedestrian, therefore, they must wear a reflector.

P.s. labaak jau uztaisiit, ko visticamaak neviens neprasiis...bet, ja neuztaisis, tad zini, ka visticamaak, ka paprasiis :-)

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