Their attention will go to Turkey departing from making

Their attention will go to Turkey without departing: Resort sıla period, which will make the journey by road approaching from Germany still waiting a long marathon. Although there are no significant changes in the road route and the legal obligations in the countries that have been crossed, it is easier to refresh the information every year and to know the changes, albeit small.
Germany and the site of the consulate in Turkey route, Foreign Travel Guide, ACE, ADAC has gathered together utilizing the important information from sources such as automobile club.
of which will go to Turkey Road Serbia (Belgrade) so that they would prefer two major routes will be in Belgrade and Vienna-Salzburg-Hungary-Slovenia-Croatia-Belgrade. According to the latest information, the road construction works are continuing between Slovenia and Croatia. In case the studies continue during the holiday period, passengers of the city may encounter traffic jams from time to time.
On the Vienna-Hungary-Belgrade line, there are no major road works reported so far. Tunnel and toll fees should also be compared in route preferences. Belgrade until after Turkey Bulgaria or Macedonia-Greece route may be preferred.
The route to Bulgaria shortens the road to Qatar by approximately 300 for Macedonia-Greece route. The disadvantage of this route is that most of the roads are unidirectional and partially neglected.
Approximately one-third of the roads on this stage of the 480 (Nis-Kapıkule) kilometer are highway. Also, it is not advisable to travel at night and in a single vehicle due to the extortion and theft.
In recent years, roads and safety improvement work on the condition of the day is a preferred route. The Macedonia-Greece route is 776 kilometers from Nis-İpsala. At this stage, almost all of Greece's roads and the majority of the roads in Macedonia provide a more comfortable journey. There is no security problem on this route.
ADAC Press SözcüIn general, Klaus Reindl advised citizens to plan a good route. Reindl recommends frequent breaks during the trip, especially during the night wants to be paid attention.
DO NOT BREATH YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE
Sila passengers, with receivables from health insurance travel insurance certificate moored in Germany in Turkey Social Security Institution (SSI) you can use all the facilities. This document is not an extra insurance and each insured has the right to use it during travel.
For example, AOK insured T / 11 forms to shut the allowed time away from aok', they arrive in Turkey the closest SSI branch in this presentation by from there take the document with all the in Turkey SSI health services from private and public hospitals of free health care (participation fee except for. The travel insurance certificate to be obtained from the insurance in Germany is not valid unless it is submitted to SSI.
On the other hand, it is useful to consider the travel insurance opportunities offered by automobile clubs such as ADAC. In spite of the fact that it does not have a very large fee (annually around $ 20 for members), the services it offers are quite important for the journey. Important services such as roadside assistance, ambulance aircraft service etc up to Germany are offered on the road in case of breakdown or accident.
DO NOT GO WITHOUT CAR CARE
Sila stage of a long journey of average 2 800 thousand kilometers until the border from Germany to Turkey. At this stage, the risk of malfunctions of vehicles is increased due to continuous use. Caring for the vehicles to be carried out with great care.
Due to the smallest negligence of this issue will be very painful to cut the cost of the car, if necessary, the maintenance of the vehicle needs to be done.
It should also be checked that the documents such as car insurance, international traffic insurance (Auslandversicherung) and license (Fahrzeugschein) are valid and complete.
Many drivers recommend that a roadmap be kept in the vehicles, despite the fact that it has navigation, and recommends that vehicles be inspected.
In the event of an accident on the motorway, the car should be taken to the right of the road, Reindl, in such cases, all members of the ADAC 24 hours by phone and e-mail in the event immediately reached the scene, he said.
COUNTRIES
AUSTRIA
From Germany to Austria, if not already taken (can be taken from the ADAC offices) from the gas station without crossing the border of Austria must be vignettes. Enough to get weekly vignettes. 120 Euro is the punishment for driving a car in Austria on the highway. The vignette is not valid as it does not stick to the inside of the vehicle's left windshield. In addition, a passenger in the vehicle (not accepted in the baggage) in the number of passengers in the safety vest must be kept. Weekly vignettes, 8,50 EUR. Tauern and Karawanken tunnels are being paid on the way from Villach to Slovenia. (Tauern tunnel 11,00 EUR, Karawanken tunnel 7,00 EUR). Klaus Reindl points out that a fine imposed in Austria can be paid there, otherwise the additional fees may be imposed on it.
Speed ​​limits:
Inner City: 50
Out of town: 100
Highway (Schnellstrasse): 100
Highway: 130
The vehicle headlights must be kept open during the day. The front and rear seat occupants are required to wear a seat belt. Children under the age of 12 need to sit in the back seat.
Important informations:
Consulate General of Vienna: Tel: (43-01) 877 71 81
Police -133, Ambulance -144, Fire-122.
Diesel: 1,30 EUR Petrol: 1,37-1,48 (Normal-Super)
SLOVENIA
Vinyet Required. Weekly vignetting 15,00 EUR. Iaw 300 - 800 EUR (50 discount is applied when the voucher is paid immediately). Due to excessive speed, the amount of penalties imposed varies from city to city, outside the city, on motorways and highways, and from km. To 1200. Safety vest should be available, daytime running lights should be on.
Speed ​​limits:
Inner City: 50
Out of town: 90
Highway (Schnellstrasse): 110
Highway: 130
Important informations:
Turkish Embassy in Lublijana: + 386 1 236 41 50 or 51
Police: 113 (In case of accident)
Ambulance: 112
Fire Brigade: 112
Diesel: 1,38 EUR, Petrol: 1,48-1,52 (Normal to Super)
CROATIA
Due to EU membership, Croatia's visa regime for Turks does not include Turkish citizens residing in Europe. There is no vignette. Radar controls are very common in Croatia. Civilian vehicle police, speed control can follow vehicles. Penalties vary according to speed violations. More than EUR 10 money must be declared at the entrance. Croatia money is cheaper than shopping with Kuna. Traffic fines can vary from EUR 70 to 950. 70 EUR. First aid kit, towing rope and spare bulb are required. The route to Croatia is as comfortable and a good way as the itinerary. However, the paid travel money is higher than in Hungary. Daytime running lights should be on. According to ADAC, citizens may have to wait for border crossings from Croatia to Serbia, especially on weekends.
Motorway tolls:
Maceli-Zagreb: Cars 48 Kuna (6,4 EUR) / Minibus 72 Kuna (9,6 EUR)
From Ljubljana - Bregana Cars 6 Kuna (1 EUR), Minibus 8 Kuna (1,5 EUR)
Gorika-Zagreb Car 41 Kuna (6 EUR), 62 Kuna for Minibus (8 EUR)
Zagreb-Lipovac Car 122 Kuna (16 EUR), Minibus184 Kuna (25 EUR)
Speed ​​limits:
Inner City: 50
Out of town: 90
Highway (Schnellstrasse): 110
Highway: 130
Important informations:
Turkish Embassy in Zagreb Tel: (385-1) 4864660
Police: 192
First Aid: 112
Diesel: 10,09 Kuna (1,38 EUR) Gasoline: 10,79-11,26 Kuna (1,42-1,48 EUR Normal to Super)
SERBIA
No visa in Serbia (for 90 days). Motorways are paid but no vignetting is required. 10.000 EUR and EUR per person must be declared in cash at the border crossing. Otherwise, the amount over EUR 10.000 is confiscated and the person is referred to court for smuggling. When Croatia enters Serbia from Croatia, approximately 20 kilometers away, the city will go through the city if Belgrade is preferred instead of the 'Nis Transit' road. This road is shorter than the other road but it can be traffic intensity in the morning and evening hours. According to traffic regulations in Serbia, the police can confiscate the passports of those who violate the traffic rules. In traffic offenses, the traffic police can issue a receipt for crimes with a penalty of 3.000 or 5.000 Dinar. The driver has to pay this penalty immediately through the bank or post office. Half of the penalty, 1.500 and 2.500 Dinar amount of the amount immediately paid to the bank or post office is considered to be fully paid. Daytime running lights must be kept on, safety vest, front and rear seats must be fitted with seat belts. In Serbia, if the garbage is dumped and littered in the resting facilities, a fine is imposed on the 50 EUR.
Speed ​​limits:
Inner City: 50
Out of town: 80
Highway (Schnellstrasse): 110
Highway: 120
Important informations:
Embassy Wire: + 381-11-333 24 10 and 381-11-333 24 00 XNUMX
Police 192
Fire Department 193
Ambulance 194
Diesel: 155 Dinar (1,35 EUR), Petrol: 151,90 (1,31 EUR Normal to Super)
HUNGARY
The punishment for being caught without a vise is between 60 and 255 EUR. Although there are no passport and customs checks, a very strict search is made. 10.000 More than EUR must be declared. The route to Hungary is more costly since the tunnel fee has not been paid. In the summer season, there are long queues at the Röezke border crossing from Hungary to Serbia. In this case, the Tompa border gate, which is an alternative border crossing from Serbia to Serbia, can be preferred. Weekly vignette fare average (depending on vehicle size) 11,67 EUR or 2975 Forint (Hungarian currency)
Front and rear seaters have to wear belts. Headlights have to be kept open during the day. A safety vest is essential for every passenger in the vehicle.
Speed ​​limits:
Inner City: 50
Out of town: 90
Highway (Schnellstrasse): 110
Highway: 130
Important informations:
Embassy Wire: + 36 1 478 9100
Police: 107
Fire: 105
Ambulance: 104
Diesel: 418 Forint (1,35 EUR) Petrol: 414 Forint (1,34 EUR)
BULGARIA
Since Bulgaria is a member of the EU, there have been serious improvements in the roads after the complaints in recent years. From Plovdiv, Burgas highway Svillengrad-Istanbul direction should be followed. Kapikule'e Kapitan Andreevo border crossing can form long queues. Ipsala, Hamzabeyli and Pazarkule border gates can be preferred by following the intensities on the internet. Since the ADAC is a construction at the Kapıkule border crossing, the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has proposed the use of other border gates to ensure that it is not expected for a long time.
More than EUR 10 EUR must be declared. 50 EUR. Vinyeti needs to stick from the inside of the vehicle's windshield. The speed penalties start from 10 Leva. The punishment is paid to the bank at the border, not the police. Fake cops should be careful. If possible, you should not travel with a single vehicle at night. Front and rear seaters have to wear belts. Headlights have to be kept open during the day. A safety vest is essential for every passenger in the vehicle.
Speed ​​limits:
Inner City: 50
Highway (Schnellstrasse): 90
Highway: 130
Important informations:
The Embassy: 359 2 935 55 00 XNUMX
Police: 166
Fire Brigade: 160
Ambulance: 150
Diesel 2,54 Leva (1,29 EUR) Petrol: 2,50 Leva (1,27 -138 EUR Normal to Super)
MACEDONIA
If Macedonia is preferred, the distance is as long as 300 km. It is advantageous to exchange currency at the border and exchange currency for gasoline. From the Tabonovce border crossing on the border with Serbia to the Bogorodica on the Greek border, 193 km. Approximately 160 km of this road is on the motorway and the rest (33 km) is a single lane road. The tolls at the tolls are in Dinar and Euro. Maximum free fare 1 Euro. The highway fee can also be paid in euros. 10 must be declared more than EUR. Traffic fines are not paid to the police. Safety vest, tow rope, fire extinguisher and spare bulb are required. The headlights must be on.
Speed ​​limits:
Inner City: 50
Out of town: 80
Highway (Schnellstrasse): 110
Highway: 130
Important informations:
Embassy: + 389 (2) 310 4710
Police: 192
Fire Brigade: 193
Ambulance: 194
Diesel 67,50 Dinar (1,10 EUR) Petrol: 79-80 Dinar (1,28 -1,30 EUR Normal to Super)
YUNANİSTAN
Since Greece is a member of the EU, a visa is not required for citizens residing in Europe and those with Schengen visas. Freeways. 40 km to Thessaloniki signs straight to Thessaloniki and right to Thessaloniki. If 10 km to Thessaloniki, Kavala left. Then the road is separated from the airport and Kavala again. If these intersections are missed, it is difficult to get on the freeway again. On the way back (Macedonia-Airport) sign must be sure. Or you can go to Thessaloniki airport without realizing it. In return for this route from Turkey to Macedonia Skopje (Skopje) you need to follow the signs.
The toll is paid at the box office. After Thessaloniki, 2,60 EUR and Komotini before the 2,40 EUR fee toll is paid. There is no fuel station on highways. For this reason, it is necessary to adjust the fuel condition well. Fuel should leave the highway and go to the settlements. The headlights do not have to be kept open during the day. A safety vest is essential for every passenger in the vehicle.
Speed ​​limits:
Inner City: 50
Highway (Schnellstrasse): 90-110
Highway: 130
Important informations:
The Embassy: 30 210 726 30 00 XNUMX
Police: 100
Fire Brigade: 199
Ambulance: 166
Diesel: 1,39 EUR, Petrol: 1,73-1,90 EUR Normal-Super

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