Country-specific travel advice
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Driving in Andorra
If you're driving in Andorra your checklist requirements are:
- A valid UK driving licence - if you don't have a photo card licence, you'll need an International Driving Permit - find out more here
- A GB sticker on the back of your car - even if your car has 'Euro-plates' (number-plates that show a circle of 12 stars on a blue background)
- Your motor insurance certificate
- A warning triangle inside the car in case you break down
- Headlamp converters (stickers you put on your headlights when you're driving on the right, so your lights don't dazzle motorists coming the other way)
- Spare bulbs for your car's external lights
- Spiked tyres and snow chains during winter
You must also:
- Be 18 or over
- Make sure everyone in the car wears a seatbelt at all times
- Wear a crash helmet if you're riding a motorcycle
It's a good idea to have:
- A fire extinguisher
- A first aid kit
- A Green Card - it's a useful back-up to your motor insurance documents and shows you've got the minimum legal level of cover. If you'd like to find out more, contact your insurance company
- A Camping Card International to give you additional proof of identity, third party liability insurance, plus discounts at a wide range of campsites and tourist attractions. Find out more here
Other things you should know:
- You won't have to pay any motorway tolls when driving through Andorra
- Petrol (leaded and unleaded) and diesel are readily available. You can't get LPG
- Speed limits vary across Andorra, so check the signposts for maximum speeds
- If you're caught committing a driving offence, you'll be given an on-the-spot fine
- The drink driving limit is 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood - less than the UK limit of 80mg per 100ml
- Children under age 10 can't sit in the front
Useful guides and maps
Michelin - National Map France
Michelin - National Map Spain and Portugal
Michelin Motoring Atlas: Europe
Disclaimer: RAC are not responsible for the content of external websites. The information provided is correct as of May 2016 to the best of our knowledge and should be referred to for information purposes only - it should not be relied upon as formal advice. Please always check the current requirements of the country you are visiting before you leave.
- Still current at:
- 8th Dec 2016
- Updated at:
- 12th Aug 2016
- Latest update:
- Latest update: Safety and security (consular assistance) - updated contact details for British nationals needing consular assistance
Around 30,000 British nationals visit Andorra every year. Most visits are trouble-free.
There is an underlying threat from terrorism. See Terrorism.
If you’re visiting a ski resort, take advice on weather and avalanche conditions before you travel. See Winter Sports.
Drinking alcohol in low temperatures and high altitude will have a greater impact on you and can be dangerous or even fatal.
If you need consular assistance in Andorra, you should contact the British Consulate General in Barcelona. See Consular assistance.