Advice: Driving at Carnival
A state of emergency applies to carnival in large parts of Germany. But not in traffic.
R.and around Carnival Monday, many rules are suspended. Not in traffic, however. There are a few things to consider when it comes to cladding and street parades, among other things.
When driving a car, the masquerade must not be exaggerated. Hats, wigs, thick glasses or flowing costumes can restrict vision and freedom of movement. This is not only dangerous when maneuvering, which is why the police can impose a fine during controls. It is better to put the paneling in the trunk and only get dressed at the destination.
Not only dressed up people are out and about, colorful motif wagons also meander through many streets on Carnival days. No parking zones are therefore set up in many places. The city usually sets up temporary no-stopping signs in the area of the move a few days in advance. The user then usually has three days to change parking spaces. The vehicle can then be towed away for a fee.
A secure parking lot also prevents the car from being damaged during the party – for example by drunk vandals. If there are scratches or dents, this is usually covered by fully comprehensive insurance. If the car is broken into, the partial comprehensive insurance also takes over. To protect the vehicle, however, it is advisable to look for a parking space away from the hustle and bustle.
Alcohol is a constant companion of many revelers. After beer, schnapps and wine you should definitely leave your car behind. Because tipsy drivers risk not only fines and points in the Flensburg traffic offenders register, but also the insurance coverage of the comprehensive insurance in the event of an accident.
Already at 0.3 per mille and the associated failure symptoms, the jurisprudence assumes a relative inability to drive, which can have criminal consequences in the event of an accident. If you violate the 0.5 blood alcohol limit, it is definitely no longer funny. There is a risk of a 500 euro fine, four points in Flensburg and a month’s driving ban.
Stay away from the steering wheel, by the way, for the day after. Because if you look too deep into the glass on colorful days, you will still have residual alcohol in your blood the next morning if your head is supposedly clear. And that can be proven in the police control. As a rule of thumb, a healthy body breaks down around 0.1 per mille of alcohol in one hour.
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