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In response to the wet and slippery pavements in Zagreb, the Croatian Auto Club (HAK) issued a warning on Monday morning. The HAK advised drivers to exercise caution on Rok and Ledenik, specifically in the direction of Zagreb. Additionally, HAK noted an increase in traffic on city roads and ring roads.

To account for the current road conditions, HAK recommended that drivers adjust their speed and driving style accordingly. They emphasized the importance of maintaining a safe distance between vehicles, especially given the slippery conditions. The advised speed limit in affected areas is 60 kilometers per hour, and drivers were encouraged to drive in one lane to minimize the risk of accidents. Overall, HAK urged caution and responsible driving practices to ensure everyone’s safety on the roads.

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