Stopping and parking are permitted on the right side of the road - the vehicle must face in the direction of the traffic. Car parks and parking metres are accessible in towns.
Stopping and parking are permitted on the left side of the road in urban areas and in one-way streets, if there are no tram lines.
Parking on the pavement can be allowed if it does not endanger pedestrians.
Outside urban areas, parking for a long period, for example spending the night in the vehicle, is only permitted in the specially allocated parking places situated off the roads. Parking close by national roadways is not permitted.
Stopping and parking are not allowed within 5m of a pedestrian crossing or an intersection, as well as places where visibility is reduced. Parking is also prohibited within 50m of a level crossing.
There are parking spaces reserved for disabled drivers, they are usually indicated by the letter P and the universal symbol of the wheelchair.