Serbia

The Automobile and Motorcycle Association of Serbia (AMSS) is a voluntary, independent, non-governmental and non-for-profit association established for the owners of motor vehicles and other citizens. Its objective is to satisfy their interests and goals in the field of automobile and motorcycle mobility and tourism, road safety, environmental and consumer protection, automobile and motorcycle sports, etc.

The AMSS continues the tradition and activities of the Serbian automobile club, founded in 1921 under the patronage of the then Royal family. It follows the interests of its members and respects the principles of organization and activities of the leading world mobility, sport, road safety, and other organizations, such as Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), Alliance Internationale de Tourisme (AIT), Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), EuroRAP/iRAP programmes, EuroTEST, etc.

One of the main activities and commitments of the AMSS are road safety projects, including road inspections, giving away helmets for motorcyclists, traffic education contests for children, technical inspections of cars, etc. AMSS is contributing proactively to the improvement of the level of road safety, both on the national and international plans.

  • Active Member: AMSS (since 2007)
  • Accredited Supplier: AMSS CMV
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Risk Mapping

The Automobile and Motorcycle Club of Serbia (AMSS) was a Partner of the SENSoR project who produced a Risk Map of a 131km network which covers the 2010-2012 data period.
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Star Rating

Inspection and analysis in Serbia covering more than 2,500kms of major road was published in 2009 (report here)

The work was supported by international organisations including the World Bank, iRAP and the FIA Foundation together with national stakeholders including government, Police, autoclub AMSS, Belgrade University and national roads agency.

A third of the network achieved 1- or 2-stars and a third achieved 4- or 5-stars. Separate Star Ratings were undertaken for pedestrians and cyclists.

A recommended programme with a benefit-cost ratio of 8 included shoulder sealing (175km); signalised crossings (340 sites); overtaking lanes (50km); road surface improvements (280km); roundabouts (250 sites); and traffic calming (60km).

AMSS CMV (Motor Vehicle Centre) operate a road inspection vehicle and are accredited suppliers of RAP road inspections and coding, having undertaken work in Serbia, Moldova, Crete, Russia, Slovenia, Netherlands and Ukraine.

As part of the SENSoR project, new inspections of 137km were updated, 97% of which were single carriageways and Star Ratings were produced.

30% of vehicle occupant Star Ratings achieved 3-star or higher.

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Contact details

Olivera Djordjevic | Senior Project Manager | EuroRAP
olivera.djordjevic@eurorap.org
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