5 Steps For A Foreigner To Serbian Driving License

Foreigners who want to get a driving license in Serbia can do so by following the same process as Serbian citizens. Here are the steps to obtain a driving license in Serbia:

Residence Permit

  1. Get a temporary residence permit: Foreigners who stay in Serbia for more than 90 days need to obtain a temporary residence permit. This permit is issued by the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Serbia.

Driving school

  1. Attend a driving school: To obtain a driving license in Serbia, you need to attend a driving school that is approved by the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The driving school will provide theoretical and practical training.


  1. Pass a theoretical exam: After completing the driving school, you need to pass a theoretical exam that covers traffic laws, rules, and regulations. The exam is conducted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.


  1. Pass a practical exam: Once you pass the theoretical exam, you need to take a practical exam that tests your driving skills. The exam is conducted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Driving license

  1. Obtain a driving license: After passing both the theoretical and practical exams, you can obtain a driving license from the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

PS. It’s important to note that Serbia recognizes driving licenses issued by some other countries. If you have a driving license issued by a country that is recognized by Serbia, you may not need to attend a driving school or take the exams. Instead, you can exchange your foreign driving license for a Serbian one. The process for exchanging a foreign driving license for a Serbian one can vary depending on the country of issuance. It’s recommended to check with the Ministry of Internal Affairs or a local driving school for more information.

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