Croatia Fake ID & Croatian Fake Driving Licence

The Croatian identity card (CroatianOsobna iskaznica) is an identity document issued in Croatia. Any Croatian citizen who is resident in Croatia can obtain an ID card and it is compulsory for all citizens over the age of 18. This document is issued by the police on behalf of the Ministry of the Interior.[2]

The 2003, 2013 and 2021 versions of the ID card are valid as travel documents in most of Europe. The pre-2003 version is valid only in Croatia.

The second generation electronic ID came out in 2021. The first day when the applications for the new ID card started to be accepted was 2 August 2021. The new, second generation eID was a change that followed new EU Regulation 2019/1157.[5] Thus the greatest change is that second generation eID is also bio-metric. This change is followed with new Certilia application that enables citizens to use the new eID to sign electronic documents with digital signature.


In Croatia, the driving licence (Croatianvozačka dozvola) is a type of licence granted by the government to citizens who request it, provided they satisfy certain requirements. The licence permits holders to drive motorised vehicles on public roads.[1]

Until 2013, the Croatian driving licence had a pink booklet format, which was common in Europe at the time. A separate booklet was required for each vehicle category endorsement. This was before the European Parliament adopted the Directive 2006/126/EC[2] of the European Commission, which mandated the creation of a single European driving licence. Since 2013, Croatian driving licences are issued in an EU-standard, credit-card-style format. Only one card is required per licence holder as it contains information on all vehicle categories that the holder is allowed to operate.[3] Old (pre-2013) licences remain to be valid until their expiry, or until year 2033, whichever comes sooner.[4]

The licence for any category can be obtained after finishing driving school and passing a two-stage test, the theory test and the road test, which test the prospective driver’s knowledge of the rules of the road including the speed limits in Croatia.

The minimum age to obtain a Croatian driving licence varies; for cars, it is 18 years, but the young drivers are only allowed to drive under a stricter regime until the age of 24; for some motorcycles it is 24, or 20 after two years of probation with another motorcycle licence