|To enter Croatia, a driver's license, an automobile
registration card and vehicle insurance documents (including Green Card)
|50 km/h - within built-up areas
90 km/h - outside built-up areas
110 km/h - on major motor routes designed exclusively for motor vehicles
130 km/h - on motorways
80 km/h - for motor vehicles with a caravan trailer
|Driving with headlights is obligatory both day and night (in winter only).
Use of seat belts is obligatory.
Use of mobile telephones while driving is forbidden.
Maximum permitted amount of alcohol in blood is 0.5‰. (drivers who refuse
to submit to a breath-analyzer are automatically presumed to have admitted
to driving while intoxicated)
Right turns on red lights are strictly forbidden in Croatia, unless an
additional green light (in the shape of an arrow) allows it.
|Petrol stations are open from 07:00 until 19:00 every day (in the summer
season until 22:00). On-duty petrol stations in larger cities and on main
routes are open 24 hours a day.
|Zagreb - Karlovac - Bosiljevo
Bosiljevo - Ogulin - Jezerane - Gospić - tunnel Sv. Rok - Zadar - Pirovac
- Vrpolje - Šibenik - Dugopolje (Split)
Zaprešić - Krapina
Zagreb - Bregana
Zagreb - Slavonski Brod - Županja
Zagreb - Varaždin
|Other major routes
|Bosiljevo - Rijeka
"Istrian Y" - Učka Tunnel
|In case of traffic accident
|Inform the police about the accident. In the event of traffic accident
which results in minor material damage such notification is not obligatory.
Within Croatia, emergency road help and information may be reached by dialing
1987, a service of the Croatian
Automobile Association (HAK). The police
can be reached by dialing 192 and the ambulance service by dialing 194.
General emergency number is 112.
|Car rental in Croatia
|Most of the major car rental companies such as Avis, Hertz and Budget are
represented in Croatia. There are also many local companies. The minimum
age to rent a car is 18.