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Hertz in Serbia

With an extensive network of roads passing through pine-flocked forests, wide, open plains, ragged mountains and idyllic villages, Serbia offers motorists an eclectic range of contrasting landscapes for driving across. Hertz Car Rental operates through Serbia’s major cities, such as Belgrade, making car hire in Serbia quick and convenient. Hire a car from Hertz Car Rental and you can explore the natural beauty of the countryside at your leisure, in complete comfort.

Drive south and you’ll find Alp-style mountain ranges, home to plunging waterfalls and rustic towns. Head north and the backdrop becomes much flatter, with huge and unspoilt national parks surrounding the larger cities. With the River Danube slicing it neatly in two, Serbia is a country made up of striking contrasts, particularly notable in its culture, which is an exciting mix of Byzantine, Ottoman and Greek influences.

Rules and Regulations for Driving in Serbia

Hertz has more than two car rental branches in Serbia, located conveniently close to airports and train stations. This makes hiring a car in Serbia simple and hassle-free, particularly if this is your first visit.

You’re likely to find the speed limits and traffic rules in Serbia a little different to what you’re used to back home and there are some regulations you should make yourself familiar with. To rent a car in Serbia, you’ll need to be 21 years old or over and have a full driving licence, issued in your country of residence. In addition, if you’re from a non-EU country, you’ll need an International Driving Permit.

In general, Serbian roads are well maintained and the signage is excellent; you’ll have little trouble getting around if you have a road map or GPS in the car. You need to be aware of a few of Serbia’s traffic rules, however, if you haven’t driven here before:

• You must carry a warning triangle in the vehicle, in the event of breakdown

• Seatbelts are mandatory

• Speaking on mobile phones while driving is not permitted, unless it is with the aid of a hands-free kit

• You’ll need deflector stickers, to ensure that your headlights don’t dazzle motorists coming in the opposite direction

• If you’re driving between 1st November and 1st April, you are legally required to fit winter tyres and snow-chains on the vehicle.

Drive in and around Serbia

Special Attractions

Located in the southeast of the country, Belgrade, Serbia’s capital, is home to the Belgrade Automobile Museum. Housed in the city’s first public garage and designed by the Russian Architect, Valerij Staševski, the museum is as historically important as the exhibits it houses. Inside, you’ll find cars from the early late 1890s, through to the late1960s, from countries such as Germany, France, the UK and America. As part of the collection, you can see the Cadillac convertible that belonged to Yugoslavian president, Josip Broz Tito.

If you’d like to look beyond Belgrade and soak up some of Serbia’s stunning scenery, the National Park Fruška Gora is little more than an hour away. Follow the A3/E75 as far as Sremska Mitrovica, before joining Route 123, which will take you directly to the heart of this stunning attraction. Known as the “mirror of the geological past”, the National Park is estimated to be around 90 million years old and regularly unveils fascinating animal fossils. In addition to remnants from the past, the park is home to excellent hiking trails, historical monasteries and beautiful mountain villages. The 80km-worth of breath-taking backdrop is overlooked by Fruška Gora: the tallest mountain in the region.

Quick Information

Minimum car rental age: You must be at least 21 years old to rent a car in Serbia, although this may differ according to the type of vehicle you require.

Average speed limit: In inhabited areas, the speed limit tends to be set at 50kph. In areas beyond inhabited areas, the limit can climb up to 80kph. Most expressways have a speed limit of 100kph, while most motorways set the limit at 120kph.

Required documents: To rent and drive a car in Serbia, you’ll need a valid driving licence from your country of residence, which you must have held for a minimum of one year. It’s also recommended that you carry an International Driving Permit, if you’re from a non-EU country. If you want to rent a car in Serbia, you’ll also need a valid passport and a credit card, if you plan to pay by card.

Tolls: Some sections of the highways require a toll to be paid in order to pass through. Tolls are paid at official toll gates and fees can be paid by credit card, local currency or, in some cases, Euros.

Which side of the road to drive on: In Serbia, motorists drive on the right and overtake on the left.