AER 190-1 PDF

AE Regulation /CNE-CNA-C6F Instruction X/USAFE Instruction , Driver and. Vehicle Requirements and the Installation. Army in Europe Regulation – IMCOM-Europe – U.S. Read more about army , europe, regulation and Wiesbaden, Germany – AER There has been a revision to AER , Driver and Vehicle Requirements and the Installation Traffic Code for the US.

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This pamphlet is a digest of military regulations, European laws, and practices pertaining to the registration and operation of motor vehicles in Germany. This pamphlet implements Air Force Policy Directive This pamphlet 1190-1 not apply to personnel employed by, assigned to, or attached to military missions, military assistance advisory groups, or U.

German Police Signals Stop 2. German Police Signals Stop 3. German Police Signals Attention 4. German Police Signals Go 5. German Police Signals Go. International Road Signs C.

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Sample Test Questions and Answers. Forces certificate of license. Drivers must be alert and prepared to recognize typical errors committed frequently by other drivers and be ready to compensate for those errors. The doctrine of confidence does not apply to pedestrians who are frail old or disabled or to children up to 11 years old.

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Drivers must pay special attention to these people and 1990-1 to anticipate their behavior. LEGAL TERMS German traffic laws require users of public roads to conduct themselves so that no person is endangered, injured, impeded, or unreasonably inconvenienced when the inconvenience could have been avoided under the given circumstances. Drivers are responsible for considering and anticipating the movements of pedestrians, particularly children, the elderly, and aee who are physically impaired.

Their instructions must be followed. Drivers must show their identification, certificate of license, and vehicle registration when asked by the German police. German police have the right to arrest U. Forces personnel and their 1190-1 members. Forces certificate of license or military license. Licenses will be suspended for days if 12 or more traffic points are assessed against a driver in a month period or 18 traffic points are assessed in a month period.

The applicable Army or Air Force commander or supervisor will take action to suspend the license. Traffic points will be assessed against drivers who park POVs where prohibited. The numbers above the road signs in appendix B are referenced below.

These numbers are aeer in the German traffic code to identify signs. Traffic tickets for violations committed on German roads use these numbers to ae to traffic signs related to violations. With minimal effort, drivers can aeer for efficient and economical travel. Drivers can save 5 to 10 percent of the fuel they use by following the tips in this paragraph. By changing travel habits, driving techniques, and vehicle type and maintenance c through h belowdrivers can save up to 40 percent of fuel costs.


The following are important facts about motorcycle braking:.

The following are the different driving techniques a motorcyclist needs to keep in mind when operating a motorcycle in Germany. The best possible protective clothing is a colorful leather jacket, pants, leather boots, leather gloves, and an approved helmet American National Standards Institute standard Z or the Economic Commission for Europe Norm Colorful protective clothing can be seen better, reduces health hazards, reduces risk of impaired driving fitness because of bad weather, and reduces the seriousness of injuries in an accident.

The best way to protect a motorcycle from unauthorized use is to make certain the handlebar-locking device is locked and the key is removed from the ignition.

Forces in Germany have five different motorcycle drivers license categories. A class 1 license permits the operator to operate all the other two-wheel vehicle classes 1a, 1b, 4, and 5. Motorcycle classes are defined in paragraph 7.

REMINDER Motorcyclists are especially at risk in traffic, motorcycle speed is often underestimated, motorcyclists are often unnoticed by other drivers, and motorcyclists are directly exposed to external influences. Always remember to drive defensively. AE Form A, U. AE Form F, U. Forces Certificate of License and Allied Transactions. When driving outside Germany, drivers should aeer expect to see exactly the same signs shown in this appendix.

The aerr above the road signs are used in the German 10-1 code to identify the signs. Traffic tickets for violations committed on German roads use these numbers to refer to traffic signs related to the violation. Posted before dangerous areas for example, construction sites. Posted before roads with streetcar tracks. Indicates ear intersection or junction that is hard to see, or an intersection that is not expected. Indicates a single curve and its direction.

Indicates a double curve and its directions. Posted before steep downgrades; indicates degree of downgrade. Posted before steep upgrades; indicates degree of upgrade. Indicates uneven stretches of road. Indicates that areas ahead freeze easily for example, bridges, shaded or wooded wer.

Indicates stretches of road that may be slippery when wet or dirty. Indicates stretches of road where there is danger of falling rocks. Indicates a stretch of road that has loose surface material. Reduce speed and increase distance from the vehicle in front.

Indicates that a traffic jam Stau may be ahead. Posted where oncoming ear is not expected for example, at construction sites on autobahns and comparable multilane roads, or when one-way streets end and beyond the intersection is regular two-way traffic.


aeer Indicates a drawbridge ahead. Quay or River Bank. Posted near areas where there is danger of vehicles leaving the road and entering a body of water. Indicates traffic light ahead. Indicates an upcoming pedestrian crosswalk. Posted where children may cross the street, particularly near schools or playgrounds.

Indicates that cyclists may be crossing the road. Indicates domestic animals may cross the road.

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Indicates wild animals may cross the road. Posted near areas where aircraft fly at low altitudes for example, airports. Posted meters before a guarded railroad crossing on top of the marker with three stripes sign Posted meters before an unguarded railroad crossing on top of the marker with three stripes sign Distance to Guarded Railroad Crossing. Indicates a crossing separated from the road by a barrier. Posted meters aerr a guarded railroad crossing. Each diagonal red stripe represents 80 meters.

Distance to Unguarded Railroad Crossing. Indicates a crossing not separated from the road by a barrier. Posted meters before an unguarded railroad crossing. Distance to Railroad Crossing. Posted before a railroad crossing afr used with signs and The sign on the right with two diagonal red stripes 190- posted meters before the crossing; the sign on the left asr one diagonal red stripe is posted 80 meters before the crossing.

Posted at railroad crossings and is the mandatory stop point when the barriers are closed or a train is approaching. A flashing red light with this sign means a train is approaching and you must stop. Posted at railroad crossings. Variation of sign on the left. Indicates driver must yield to traffic on the upcoming priority road.

If necessary, come to a complete stop to allow traffic on the priority road to clear before proceeding. Indicates that traffic on the priority road indicated aeer the wide, curved black line has the right-of-way. Drivers must yield to traffic following and leaving the priority 1900-1. Indicates driver must come to a complete stop before proceeding. Yield to Oncoming Traffic.

Indicates that oncoming traffic black arrow has the right-of-way. Traffic traveling in the direction of the red arrow must yield to oncoming traffic. Mandatory Direction of Travel. Indicates that traffic must turn left ahead. Indicates that traffic must turn right ahead. Indicates that traffic must proceed straight ahead.