Zastava 750 was once most popular vehicle in Yugoslavia, with nearly 5 million units produced over a 30 year period. The vehicle was based on the Italian model Fiat 600, but were constructed longer and with a more powerful engine.
Decades after production of the vehicle ceased in 1985, it’s still the most beloved automobile in all six countries that were once Yugoslavia. This is especially true in Serbia where the vehicle was mass-produced.
So it should come as no surprise that when visitors pass the Auto Škola Euro Start (driving school) in Zrenjanin, they’ll see half a Zastava hanging out the top of the school. It’s designed to appear as though the car is barreling out the walls of the building.
Certainly an appealing advertisement, the Zastava 750 earned the nickname “Fića,” because of its Fiat origins. The driving school’s telephone number is expertly crafted on the vehicle’s license plate.
Know Before You Go
The driving school is located at Dr Emila Gavrila street in Zrenjanin.