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Old June 25th, 2011, 12:48 AM   #2261
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Old June 25th, 2011, 11:20 AM   #2262
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The official opening of a new McDonald┤s on highway E75 Belgrade - Niš near the city Velika Plana.

Map of the location:http://maps.google.de/maps?q=44.3432...num=1&t=h&z=18

Video on youtube: http://youtu.be/b9oM3KV-78w
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Old June 25th, 2011, 01:35 PM   #2263
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I am wondering why do they wrote just "Budapest", without Serbian name and without oval "H" for Hungary, which is usual thing in other European countries...
The inscription should be Будимпешта/Budapest (H)


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Left bus has hand made licence plate with German FE-Schrift!
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Old June 25th, 2011, 02:55 PM   #2264
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Left bus has hand made licence plate with German FE-Schrift!
indeed! only the back ones, though ...





Mita Prevoz, Freiburg - Belgrade line
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Old June 25th, 2011, 07:32 PM   #2265
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I am wondering why do they wrote just "Budapest", without Serbian name and without oval "H" for Hungary, which is usual thing in other European countries...
The inscription should be Будимпешта/Budapest (H)
Thats interesting. There is not any International standard for that. In Sweden we have no oval for that too. The signs only tell how long way it is to Copenhagen or Oslo but it don't tell it is places in other countries. They should have ovals here too.

In Serbia they have a sort of more international text so people from other countries can understand. But in Sweden they only writing K÷penhamn in Swedish, not K°benhavn. They do the same in Denmark too. They writing Malm° in Danish, not Malm÷.

I think the Serbian system is better than the Swedish/Danish. People from other countries understand the Serbian system better than the Swedish/Danish system.
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Old June 25th, 2011, 11:12 PM   #2266
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well on other places there are ovals, but not here
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Old June 26th, 2011, 12:09 AM   #2267
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Hello, I will ask my Serbian friends on Belgrade ring road from Novisad finished 22 Batajnica-Dobanovci. I drive to Nis next week later to Istanbul and will come from Hungary E75. To get rid of Belgrade downtown and bridge building, I run from Noviad-Batajnica-Dobanovci if it is done, and then to E75 Nis highway. How much is done by Subotico-Novisad highway?

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Unfortunately, Batajnica-Dobanovci is far from completed. Subotica - Novi Sad is near completion, but not until next week So you are sentenced to drive through Belgrade. Try to drive after 8 pm.
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Old June 26th, 2011, 12:15 AM   #2268
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I am going to drive from Montenegro (Budva,Podgorica) to Beograd. How do the "21" and "22" look like? Are there any problems in traveling those roads? How fast i can drive there (i mean average speed, time of travel) I will be very thankful for any answers

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Welcome to Serbia!

We call this road "Ibarska magistrala". It's 1+1 road, with a lot of heavy trucks, but quality of road (asphalt, signs, markings...) isn't that bad. Be careful and since you are traveling first time, I think that you will spend 8+ hours from Podgorica to Belgrade.
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Old June 26th, 2011, 12:34 AM   #2269
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Thats interesting. There is not any International standard for that. In Sweden we have no oval for that too. The signs only tell how long way it is to Copenhagen or Oslo but it don't tell it is places in other countries. They should have ovals here too.

In Serbia they have a sort of more international text so people from other countries can understand. But in Sweden they only writing K÷penhamn in Swedish, not K°benhavn. They do the same in Denmark too. They writing Malm° in Danish, not Malm÷.

I think the Serbian system is better than the Swedish/Danish. People from other countries understand the Serbian system better than the Swedish/Danish system.
I prefer the Dutch, Swiss and Austrian system, where they name the place name as it's called in the country where the actual place is. Nothing else. The transit travelers will know where they're going then. Why do they have to make things so complicated in other countries, by signposting it twice in different languages or local language only like they do in Germany, France, Spain etc etc... It's a waste of a road sign. I feel sorry for these Belgians. When I drive around Brussels, I shake my head all the way. On the Flemish side everything spelled the Flemish way, On the Walloon side everything the French way and on the Brussels side everything in both languages: Namur-Namen, Anvers-Antwerpen, and my all time favourite: Luxembourg-Luxemburg.

Get a life!
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Old June 26th, 2011, 01:47 AM   #2270
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Are serbian driving licenses translated into english? If they are, it's truly unfair.
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Old June 26th, 2011, 04:11 AM   #2271
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Another RTS SAT patrol towards Greece ...







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Old June 26th, 2011, 08:21 AM   #2272
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Today, RTS will run a patrol towards Montenegro ...

we all believe that courtesy of Crazy, a youtube of it will soon appear in this thread ...



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Patrol to Montenegro


After a visit to Greece, a tourist patrol is again a topic of following SAT. This time around the turn of Montenegro, in which editors emissions SAT reveals a new direction which shortens the time to Herceg Novi by 30 km.

Examined in detail the two new sections into the most beautiful mountain regions of Montenegro - from Zabljak to Savnik and Vilus to the bay of Kotor. New directions to avoid routes through the canyon burdened Moraca reduces the time spent at border points and the opportunity to visit Tara, Zabljak and Black Lake and see a new, two-kilometer long tunnel through the massif of Durmitor.


Described in detail all the dangerous places to travel, which should slow down, where all refueling, where you can spend the night or just have lunch and rest, and the features and prices of accommodation, food and other services on the Montenegrin coast.

Author and presenter Mirko Alvirović .
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Old June 26th, 2011, 10:43 AM   #2273
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Are serbian driving licenses translated into english? If they are, it's truly unfair.
As a practical matter, English is the important language. As a matter of international law, French (for historical reasons) is the important language. So, if Serbian driving licenses:

a) include the important information in all three languages: Serbian, English, and French;
b) are difficult to forge in compliance with EU document integrity standards; and
c) are verifiable by international police agencies,

then it would be absurd for EU countries to demand IDLs together with Serbian driving licenses -- whether or not Serbia demands IDLs from foreign drivers.
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Old June 26th, 2011, 12:24 PM   #2274
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serbian, english, french only?
More wishes? how about that DL sing and dance?
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Old June 26th, 2011, 12:34 PM   #2275
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As a practical matter, English is the important language. As a matter of international law, French (for historical reasons) is the important language. So, if Serbian driving licenses:

a) include the important information in all three languages: Serbian, English, and French;
b) are difficult to forge in compliance with EU document integrity standards; and
c) are verifiable by international police agencies,

then it would be absurd for EU countries to demand IDLs together with Serbian driving licenses -- whether or not Serbia demands IDLs from foreign drivers.
I doubt you can verify my DL. So I'm sticking with Engish only and not frogeable and adequate to EU rules.
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Old June 26th, 2011, 01:24 PM   #2276
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French on drivers licenses throughout Europe is outright ridiculous. Nowadays French does not have any more status than any other major language in Europe (Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Polish).
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Old June 26th, 2011, 02:28 PM   #2277
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French on drivers licenses throughout Europe is outright ridiculous.
Maybe you can convince your government to demand a renegotiation of that point of the convention?
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Old June 26th, 2011, 03:28 PM   #2278
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But ze french zey are nationalistic, zey don't like speaking inglish.
On Eurovision, they were the only ones who didn't present the results in English ....
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Old June 26th, 2011, 06:17 PM   #2279
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Which variant is optimal for passing thru Belgrade from Nis/Sofia to Novi sad/Budapest:

1. Southern ring: Vrcin-Ostruznica-Dobanovci-back to Belgrade-Novi sad
2. Passing downtown: Trg Slavia-Trg Republike (or in front of the Skupstina)-tunnel-Brankov most-Novi Beograd
3. Gazela bridge

I have basic knowledges of the streets of Belgrade and the passing thru the town center won't be a problem for me.
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Old June 26th, 2011, 06:53 PM   #2280
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I think 3.
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