Driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina will be different from driving in the UK so make sure that you know the road rules before you travel there. Sixt has provided a guide for our customers to read through before they start their road trip.
Here is a guide with some rules and driving tips that you should familiarise yourself with if you are planning on driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Please make sure that you are aware of all the road regulations before you start driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Standard legal limits, which may be varied by signs.
It is compulsory to have the following equipment with you when driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina:
The country has some toll roads and the tariff for journey depends on the category of a vehicle. The category of a vehicle is defined by the height and quantity of axes. Payment for journey on the highway is possible by either a manual mode or automatic. If you want to use the automatic payment, it is necessary to get the special device and to equip to the car in advance.
The police phone number is 122.
On the spot fines are issued by police officials and an official receipt should always be obtained.
Pay extra attention when you are driving in the countryside as street lighting is not common outside of major towns and road construction may be poorly marked.
Drive carefully as some roads may be in bad condition.
Driving in rural areas, particularly along mountain roads requires a little extra caution from motorists, particularly as roads can be windy and visibility affected by fog, snow and ice.
Sixt has branches across Bosnia, including two in the capital of Sarajevo.
Wherever you decide to go make sure you use Sixt car rental in Bosnia and Herzegovina, helping you to make the most of your time.
* Please note: All information was correct at the time of publication.