What to do in case of an accident, how to register your vehicle in Luxembourg? Here are some tips to fully benefit of your car in Luxembourg.
Motor assistance: how well are you covered abroad?
Right, your mind’s made up, this summer you're off to discover one of the amazing beaches Europe has to offer. The good news is...
Are you covered in the event of a bicycle accident?
Good weather has invaded the country. As you get out your favourite means of transport, you start to wonder whether you and your family are well covered on two wheels? Let us shed some light on the matter.
Get the lowdown before insuring your car in Luxembourg
Deductible, fully-comprehensive cover, price... When it comes to car insurance, each country tends to do things its own way. Read through these 7 essential tips before insuring your car in Luxembourg.
What’s the best insurance for your second-hand car?
Are you looking to optimise the cost of your car insurance while remaining protected? Take the lead from four different insurance profiles.
The vehicle technical inspection in Luxembourg: how does it work?
Your car must have a valid technical inspection certificate. What does this inspection entail? How often must it be renewed? Let us take you through the legal aspects of a vehicle technical inspection.
How does the motor no-claims bonus system work in Luxembourg?
As you know, when it comes to car insurance, part of your premium is variable. This no-claims bonus system, more commonly known as the ‘bonus-malus’, is designed to reward good driving behaviour and penalize risk-taking. But what happens when you move?
The bike: queen of the road in the Grand Duchy
Electric bikes for rent, a network of cycle paths, a bonus for the purchase of a bike... Luxembourg is rolling out the red carpet to get you back in the saddle and develop a softer mobility.
Are you as a driver protected if there is an accident?
In Luxembourg, as elsewhere, to get behind the wheel the law requires you to have third-party insurance that covers damage you could do to others.
Do you have to get your driving licence recognised in Luxembourg?
Have you recently moved to Luxembourg, but not yet ticked the "insure the car" box on your to-do list? One question may be of concern to you: can you insure your vehicle if your licence was issued abroad?
Registering your car in Luxembourg: what is the procedure to follow?
You have just settled in Luxembourg and you need to register your car in your new country of residence? Follow the guide to find out...
What to do in case of a car accident in Luxembourg
First of all, it is important to know your level of cover. There are three main levels of protection : The basic level...
Luxembourg classic cars, the irresistible appeal of retro
Luxembourg is a paradise for lovers of old cars. All the information you need to know before travelling the green roads of the Grand Duchy.
Buying a new car in Luxembourg: tips to know
If you have recently settled in the Grand Duchy, one detail may have surprised you: mobility is still based on the car despite the wide range of public transport services available. More than a means of transport, the car is rooted in the culture of the country.
Are you more hybrid or electric?
Does plug-in hybrid not mean much to you? You’re tempted to acquire a cleaner vehicle by taking advantage of aid from the Luxembourg state...
14 questions you may have about winter tyres in Luxembourg
Equipping your vehicle with winter tyres is a legal obligation in the Grand Duchy. If you are spending your first winter in Luxembourg, this rule no doubt raises a few questions. Let us clear them up for you!
Child car seats: what does the law say in Luxembourg?
In order to ensure the protection of children when travelling by car, Luxembourg law requires the use of a restraint device commonly called a car seat. They must be appropriate to the size of your child and also meet one of the two EU standards in force. Explanations.
The motorcycle inspection: Luxembourg plays by its own rules
Luxembourg’s compulsory motorcycle inspection marks it out as an exception among its neighbours. However, this periodic check will soon be compulsory throughout Europe. A useful guide.