Welcome to the Road Traffic Safety Directorate of the Republic of Latvia – CSDD!

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Riga Motor Museum is the largest antique vehicle museum in Baltic countries. It has gained acknowledgement in Europe and further afield.

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After the reconstruction the Riga Motor Museum branch establishment in Bauska opened in July, 2011. When visiting the southern region of Latvia, pay a visit also to the Motor Museum in Bauska. We offer new and well-organized premises with more than 60 old-timers, agriculture, special and military vehicles.


About CSDD

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Road Traffic Safety Directorate (Latvian abbreviation – CSDD) is a state owned stock company established to provide and develop high quality services related to registration and technical supervision of road vehicles, qualification of drivers, registration of pleasure watercrafts intended for inland waterways and qualification of drivers thereof. Activities of CSDD extend also to the information and education of the society as well as road traffic safety and road audits are concerned.

Motorway (road) user charge – VIGNETTE – in Latvia bullet

According to the The Law on Road User Charges the purpose of the Motorway (road) user charge is the facilitation of the maintenance and development of the main state roads, as well as of the use of more environmentally friendly vehicles in Latvia. The charge in Latvia enters into force on 1st July, 2014.

Safe and Sober Transport Alcohol Interlock Seminar bullet

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), together with the Road Traffic Safety Directorate in co-operation with the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia oranised the second 2013 “Safe & Sober” Seminar which took place in Riga, on 23rd May, 2013. The “Safe & Sober” campaign was started by ETSC in 2007 and it aims to raise awareness amongst policy makers, the private sector as well as key opinion leaders, towards a systemic approach to reduce alcohol misuse in road transport.


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