Slovakia: an exemption from the HGV driving ban
The Presidium of the Police of the Slovak Republic has granted a general exemption from the HGV driving ban on 7 April, which is a national holiday (Good Friday).
The exemption applies to all heavy goods vehicles traveling on motorways, first class roads and roads with international traffic, arriving in Slovakia from some neighboring countries and heading for destinations (e.g. company headquarters or place of unloading) located within Slovakia.
Please note that no exception has been granted for the holiday on April 10 (Easter Monday), so the HGV driving ban will apply as usual from 00:00 to 10:00 PM on that day.
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