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How to get to Serbia - Travel by Road Transportation

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How to get to Serbia - Travel by Road Transportation

Foreign tourists who want with motor vehicles to visit our country with well connected roads can visit the whole country. In our country, foreign tourists can enter the following border crossings (all international transitions are open day and night): The border with Hungary, exceeds Bački Breg, Kelebija, Horgoš. From the Romanian border, passes: Serbian Crnja, Vatin, Kaludjerovo, Iron Gate.

The border with Bulgaria, exceeds: Mokranje-Negotin, Vrščka cuka-Zajecar, Gradina, Stezimirovci, Ribarci. The border with Macedonia, to exceed: Preševo, General Janković, Prohor Pčinjski, Globocica. The border with Albania, exceeds: Vrbnica-Prizren, Cafa Prusit, The border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, to exceed: Sremska Rača, Pavlović bridge-Badovinci, Mali Zvornik, Ljubovija, Trbušnica, Bjelovar, Kotroman, Uvac Jamena, From the Croatian border, exceeds: Batrovci, Šid, Sot (Principovac), Bogojevo, Neštin.

Foreign tourists who want with motor vehicles to visit our country with well connected roads can visit the whole country. In our country, foreign tourists can enter the following border crossings (all international transitions are open day and night):

-The border with Hungary, exceeds Bački Breg, Kelebija, Horgoš,
-From the Romanian border, passes: Serbian Crnja, Vatin, Kaludjerovo, Iron Gate,
-The border with Bulgaria, exceeds: Mokranje-Negotin, Vrščka cuka-Zajecar, Gradina, Stezimirovci, Ribarci,
-The border with Macedonia, to exceed: Preševo, General Janković, Prohor Pčinjski, Globocica,
-The border with Albania, exceeds: Vrbnica-Prizren, Cafa Prusit,
-The border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, to exceed: Sremska Rača, Pavlović bridge-Badovinci, Mali Zvornik, Ljubovija, Trbušnica, Bjelovar, Kotroman, Uvac Jamena,
-From the Croatian border, exceeds: Batrovci, Šid, Sot (Principovac), Bogojevo, Neštin.

 For the driving the motor vehicle in Serbia is sufficient national driver's license. For foreign tourists, entering into our country request possesing of green card. Foreign tourists who doesn’t have green card, can be purchased at the entrance to our country on the border and concluded with an assurance of domestic insurance companies.

The regulations on traffic on roads in Serbia

How the new law came into force, the measures of road safety are increased and each driver is advised to comply with regulations on the roads and follow the road signs. For those that do not respect the rules, prescribed in large fines, which are related to the unbound band, the using of mobile phone when driving, lit during the day and etc. Under the new law came into force on 1 January 2010th, speed of vehicles in the localities is limited to 50 km/h. It is necessary to comply and some rules:

In the passenger vehicle, on the front seat must not be transported young child of 12 years, or the person under the influence of alcohol (the presence of alcohol in blood longer than the 0,03%).
• Safety belts are obliged to be bound drivers and passengers in motor vehicles that have built these belts.
• Drivers and passengers during a motorcycle ride (and cities) are obliged to wear a protective helmet.
• Motorcycles and motor vehicles are required to daytime and night time driving lights are turned on.
• Vehicles with foreign registration must have the proper markings of the country where they are registered.

Toll prices for vehicles with foreign registration plates (in RSD)

 

Road mark / section Price in RSD
E-75: BEOGRAD – NOVI SAD
I category 240
II category 350
III category 710
IV category 1.420
E-75: NOVI SAD – SUBOTICA
I category 330
II category 500
III category 990
IV category 1.980
E-75: BEOGRAD – NIŠ
I category 730
II category 1.100
III category 3.630
IV category 4.390
E-70: BEOGRAD – ŠID
I category 340
II category 520
III category 1.030
IV category 2.050
E-70: NIŠ – LESKOVAC
I category 190
II category 280
III category 570
IV category 1.130

 

*Note: All toll prices can be paid in domestic and foreign currency (RSD or EUR) or by credit cards

 

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