• Vehicles transporting persons with disabilities or serious illnesses, with a certificate from the competent bodies, including persons who must be brought for urgent intervention in a medical facility;
  • Ambulances, vehicles of doctors or veterinarians and vehicles of social services for personal care;
  • Vehicles used for the health service providing essential home care;
  • Buses for public transport, taxis and hired vehicles with a driver on duty;
  • Vehicles owned or operated by public bodies when used in urgent public service;
  • Post Office, private postal service and courier vehicles;
  • Vehicles of the armed forces, police forces, fire services, emergency services, civil defence and security services and provided they have an inscription that makes them identifiable as such;
  • Vehicles that are owned or used by the SEAB, even if the service was awarded to private companies;
  • Vehicles that are owned or used by the Adige works of ENEL, the telephone companies, the medical establishment, the SEL, the ECO Center, the holdings for public transport to perform properly public services;
  • Agricultural machinery and vehicles;
  • Vehicles with a temporary number plates, which are used in accordance with Article 98 of the Highway Code;
  • Vehicles of tourists staying in accommodation (only for the arrival and departure);
  • City police force vehicles due to an emergency or urgent cases, with authorisation;
  • Vehicles of funeral services;
  • Vehicles for recording TV programs with which the necessary equipment, cameras, power generators, radios, etc.; vehicles of journalists who are registered with the Chamber of journalists and have a certificate from the principal.
  • The following listed vehicles for special purposes under Article 54, point g) of the current Highway Code:

-          Street cleaning vehicles;

-          Snow-cleaning vehicles;

-          Fire engines;

-          Water vehicles;

-          Vehicles for the repair of power lines;

-          Breakdown vehicles;

-          Vehicles for the transport of a corpse;

-          Vehicles for decontamination.

  • Additionally for the pedestrian zones the authorities may grant additional permits on request for the specific needs of events in the city etc.
These exemptions are listed for your guide only. They are not officially translated, and are current as of winter 2009/10. The original on the city website is the only accurate source.
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