Travel to Croatia, Car Travel
If you travel to Croatia by car you will need a green card and a valid driving license. Tolls are collected on major motorways and several bridges. Road traffic info and traffic condition are provided 24 hours a day by Croatian Auto Club
It is requested that you carry a valid driving licence, automobile registration card and your green card. All damage to vehicle must be reported at the border when entering the country.
Most stations are open from 6am to 8pm, but some along major roads stay open 24 hours. Leaded super has an octane rating of 98; unleaded super, or bezolovni benzin, 91 or 95.
Road Map of Croatia
Here's a Google Road Map of Croatia: use the controls in the top left-hand corner to zoome in and out, and scroll around.
Car Travel - Speed and Alcohol Limits
50 km/h - in built-up areas, 80 km/h - outside built-up areas (unless otherwise stated), 130 km/h - on motorways.
Speed limit for cars towing caravans or trailers is 80 km/h.
The maximum permitted level of alcohol in the blood is 0.5 parts per thousand (Random breath tests are legal).
The use of seat belts is mandatory.
Use of mobile phones while driving is not permitted.
Driving with headlights on is mandatory during the night and day in winter time.
Children must be at least 12 years of age to sit in the front seat.
Map of the Croatian motorway network
Croatian highways are one of the best in Europe. The motorway system in Croatia has significantly improved in recent years thanks to some rather extensive road building.
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