Renting a car can be confusing and expensive if you don't understand industry terms and how fees are calculated.
Foreign nationals and residents living abroad may enter the country in a vehicle bearing foreign registration plates and drive it as long as the reasons (visit, holiday, business) for it exist.
Due to poorly maintained roads and vehicles driving in Serbia can be sometimes dangerous.
In cases of traffic accidents Traffic Police should be called on telephone number 92.
If you are taking your car, you must have vehicle registration/ownership documents and a locally valid insurance policy.
Foreigner citizens may drive in the Republic of Serbia with the licence from his/hers home country for a period of six months starting from the day of their entry.
Foreign cars must be registered in Serbia within thirty days of clearing customs with the transportation department of the nearest local police station. You will need the following documentation:
Driving in large cities is not as bad as it may look. Traffic is somewhat chaotic, but also most of the time very slow, so you have plenty of time to concentrate on the driving.