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Traveling to Hungary by car? Don't forget your motorway sticker!

Visiting Hungary by car can be a great way to explore the country's rich history, culture, and natural beauty.  If you are traveling by car, the most convenient and fastest way is to use the highways. Don't forget to buy your motorway sticker online in time to avoid penalties.


Here are some tips to keep in mind when planning your trip:

Check your driving license and insurance: If you are traveling from another country, make sure to check if your driving license is valid in Hungary. Also, check with your insurance company to see if you are covered while driving in Hungary.

Familiarize yourself with traffic laws: Hungary drives on the right-hand side of the road. It is important to know the traffic laws, such as speed limits, traffic signs, and rules of the road.

Plan your route: Hungary has a well-developed network of highways and secondary roads, but it is always a good idea to plan your route in advance. Consider using a GPS or a map to help navigate.

Be aware of tolls: Hungary has a toll system for using the highways. You can purchase an electronic vignette, which allows you to use the highways for a certain period of time. The e-vignette must always be purchased for the toll section of the road before driving onto it (practically, this means before travel).  You can choose a weekly, monthly or even annual motorway sticker

For the highway sticker, don't forget to check the fee category of your vehicle. The most common type is the passenger car sticker, but it's worth checking the other vehicle types before setting off.

Watch for pedestrians and cyclists: Pedestrians and cyclists have the right of way at crosswalks, so be sure to watch for them and give them plenty of space. Take breaks and stay hydrated: Long drives on the hungarian highway can be tiring, so make sure to take breaks and stay hydrated. Hungary has plenty of rest areas along the highways where you can stop and take a break.