- Vignette: Vehicles must carry and display a valid vignette in order to drive on any Slovenian motorway or the Ljubljana ring road. In 2015, a weekly vignette cost 15,00 euro and is valid for seven consecutive calendar days including the day of activation. They can be purchased at petrol stations near the Slovenian border (look for signs).
- Headlights: Headlights must be in operated 24 hours a day on all roads, even in daylight
- Winter Tires: Between 15 November and 15 March (and during winter weather conditions) cars must be fitted with winter tires, otherwise snow chains must be carried. The minimum tire tread depth is 3 mm.
- Mandatory equipment: all vehicles must carry a standard first aid kit, spare set of light bulbs, and a reflective warning triangle.
- The Automobile Association of Slovenia – AMZS – provides 24-hour assistance and towing. If your vehicle breaks down, call 1-987.
- On weekends, roads going to/from the seaside can get very busy
- A car train can be used to transport vehicles between Bled and Lake Bohinjska Bistrica.
- Cell Phones: The use of handheld cellular phones is prohibited.
- Fines: Police may issue an on the spot fine for traffic violations. If paid within 8 days it is reduced by 50%. Foreigners who refuse to pay an on the spot fine can have their passport and other documents taken from them and can be brought before a police court judge.
- Speed Limits:
- Urban areas 50 km/h
- Regional roads 90 km/h
- Fast roads 100 km/h
- Motorways 130 km/h
- Street parking is free on Saturday afternoons, Sunday's, and public holidays
- Parking in Ljubljana is usually free from 8pm - 6am
- Park and Ride (P+R) facilities around Ljubljana have car parks with bus connection services to the city center. With the purchase of a parking ticket, you get two bus tickets valid for the day of the parking ticket purchase. In 2015 the cost for parking was €1,20 euro per day. Dolgi most is the P+R nearest to those arriving from the coast and is the most popular car park. Center Stožice is a multi-story car park near the sports arena.
- Taxi rides from the airport to downtown Ljubljana should cost around €40-50.
- Always ask the taxi driver for the price before getting in. Taxi drivers in tourist areas (Ljubljana, Bled) may attempt to rip off foreign tourists.
- Make sure you use official taxis at designated taxi stands. Unofficial taxi drivers are usually waiting in front of clubs on the weekends.
- For Ljubljana you must purchase an Urbana card for €2 and load money to the card for bus fare.
- Visitors who purchase their card at tourist information centers and keep their receipt, can return the card to the place of purchase when no longer needed for a €2 refund.
- Money can be loaded to the card at newspaper stands, some bus stations, and machines near the bus stop.
- A single journey fare is €1,20 euro. It covers a 90 minute journey regardless of the number of buses used to reach the end destination. Upon entering the bus you tap the card to the terminal,
- A single Urbana card can be used to pay for several people's fare, but you must notify the bus driver who selects the number of people on a special terminal before you tap your card.
- Bus stops in the city center will indicate the end destination (direction) of the bus and how many minutes until its arrival.