Montenegro’s rapid growth in the 2000s was accompanied by an increase in vehicular ownership and road accidents, underscoring the need for a comprehensive program to improve road safety.

Between 2004 and 2007, Montenegro experienced a 40% increase in road accidents and associated personal damages. The economic cost of traffic accidents in Montenegro is nearly 2% of GDP-a half point higher than in most middle-income countries.

Authorities have prioritised upgrading road safety equipment and practices in line with EU standards, and are taking steps to upgrade relevant signage and infrastructure. However, assistance is needed to build the technical and institutional capacity of relevant road agencies and implement investments and pilot projects.

Auto-moto Association of Montenegro has been operating for six decades. Its core business activity is the provision of information on road conditions and roadside assistance. The Association covers the entire national territory of Montenegro.

AMS-CG is involved in issuing international documentation including international driving licenses.

The club became a member of the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) in 2006 and is also a member of ARC Europe.

  • Active Member: AMS-CG (since 2008)
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Star Rating

The Automobile Association of Montenegro (AMSCG) was an Observer of the SENSoR project and Star Rating results for 539km were undertaken, 97% of which were single carriageways.

16% of vehicle occupant Star Ratings achieved 3-star or higher.

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Steve Lawson | Regional Director – EMEA | EuroRAP
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