Denmark conforms to European rules and standards. Each year the Danish Road Directorate publishes a leaflet called Motorvej which has maps of the motorways, places to stay, city maps, service stations and important traffic regulations. For a copy online go to Traffikken.
Documents you MUST carry:
- Insurance certificate — obligatory at least for third party
- Driving licence
- Vehicle registration documents
Equipment you MUST carry:
- Warning triangle — must be displayed if there is an accident
- Fire extinguisher — recommended
- Reflective vest — recommended
- First aid kit — recommended
- Headlight adjuster
- Radar detector
Public Transportation in Denmark
Denmark is a small country and the public transport is easy to use and efficient. There is even a journey planner website, which is great fun to use. There are regular train services between Copenhagen and towns across Denmark and southern Sweden. You can buy train tickets and find the times with DSB (Denmark’s National rail Company) by calling +45 70 13 14 15 or going to their website where there is a useful little tutorial about using the Danish booking system.
Public transportation in Denmark consists not only of trains and buses, but being an island nation it has thousands of ferry routes between the islands and between Denmark and other countries.
There are many different bus operators, so prices and styles differ. Mostly you can buy tickets from the driver or ticket machines at the stop, so it is best to bring cash with you. Trains and buses tend to provide an integrated service.
Check here to see prices of removals to Denmark.