6. are used for public transportation;
7. are used to transport people or goods or to tug or tow ships within the context of, and for the purpose of, a commercial business or an agricultural or forestry business; the Sunday driving ban in Paragraph 30 of the Highway Code and the exceptions included in this remain unaffected;
8. are used as tractors or work machines in agricultural or forestry businesses for work-related purposes;
9. are used by employees to drive from their regular place of residence to their place of work and back, or to practice of their occupation;
10. are used by business owners or self-employed persons who work on Sundays on a regular basis, or where it is customary in their particular line of work, to drive from their regular place of residence to practice their occupation;
11. are used by severely disabled or handicapped persons who have to rely on the use of motor vehicles on account of a serious impairment to their mobility.
12. are used for travel on the direct route to the GDR or East Berlin for trips from a regular place of residence to a border-crossing point, or for travel from the GDR or East Berlin for trips from a border-crossing point to a regular place of residence;
(2) In the cases of Section 1, Numbers 3, 5, and 7-12, the driver or another user of the vehicle must prove to control personnel that the conditions named therein have been meet. In the cases of Section 1, Number 9, the fulfillment of the conditions is to be verified though the presentation of a certificate from the employer that includes the name and address of the employee, as well as the place, time, and type of work to be carried out. In the cases of Section 1, Number 10, the fulfillment of the conditions is to be verified by the owner of the business through the presentation of a certificate from the appropriate chamber of industry or commerce, chamber of trade, chamber of agriculture, or the appropriate administrative authority; and by the self-employed person through the presentation of a certificate from the appropriate professional organization.
(1) Drivers of passenger cars and other motor vehicles with an admissible weight of up to 2.8 tons may drive, even under the most favorable conditions:
a) no faster than 100 km/h on highways (sign no. 330)
b) no faster than 80 km/h on other roads