Any foreign registered vehicle and used on public roads in Poland must meet technical requirements described in the Convention of road traffic signed in Vienna on 8 November 1968.
All vehicles are required to use headlights, night day and and all year round.
The use of seat belts is compulsory for front and rear-seat passengers.
A child being a passenger of a car equipped with seat belts, who is up to 12 year old and tall up to 150 cm has to use child restraints or other device for this purpose, which suits to child's weight and height as well as appropriate technical conditions. It is forbidden to transport, a child under 12 years at the front seat of the vehicle, without special child restraints. It is forbidden to transport a child in child restraint in backwards position at the front seat belts in a car equipped with passenger air bag.
50km/h in built-up areas (60km/h between 11pm and 5am). Entry into a built-up area is marked with a white rectangular sign with the name of the town or a similar sign showing urban skyline in black; the exit point is marked with an identical sign with a red diagonal stripe.
90km/h outside built-up areas
100km/h on A-class roads (marked with a white car on blue background sign)
130km/h on motorways
You are allowed to turn right when the red light is only if there is a separate green arrow light and it is on. In such case you must always let pedestrians pass first.
When leaving your vehicle in a controlled parking zone, make sure that you have paid (and displayed the ticket) as many local authorities impose steep fines and clamping charges for illegal parking. If in doubt, ask a police officer or municipal warden for help.
In case of an road traffic accident, the driver should call the police and wait for their arrival. If people are injured, also an ambulance or doctor must be called. According to the Polish law, any driver involved in an accident must provide first aid to accident victims and stay on the scene of the accident.