Traffic Rules in China
International Driver's license is not recognized in mainland China. If foreigners want to drive in China, they would need a Chinese driver's license and they can apply for one after tests.
Driving on the Right
In mainland China, traffic drives on the right-hand side of the road.
The speed limits in China are: 30-40 km/hour on city roads where there is only one lane per direction, 40-60 km/hour on National Highways, 100-120 km/hour on expressways.
Drivers and passengers are required to wear safety belts.
Tractors, motorbikes, bicycles are forbidden to be ridden on the expressways.
Traffic signals are composed of red, green and yellow lights. The red light stands for no through traffic; the green light stands for passage permitted; and the yellow light stands for warning.
Bicycle and Bus Lanes
In China, there are lanes for bicycles and in some cities for public buses too.