Tag: Driving

Places it is Forbidden to Overtake

Overtaking is one of the most dangerous manoeuvres in vehicle traffic and therefore safety measures must be taken to avoid generating a risk for the driver and third parties. You might remember from previous articles that there used to be a rule whereas in certain circumstances it was permitted to exceed the maximum permitted speed …

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The Most Common Questions About Electric Scooters in Spain

Love them or loath them, electric scooters have already become part of the urban fabric, an economical micro mobility solution to getting around towns and cities, but just like any other vehicle, which these scooters are, there are rules that must be followed in Spain. Some of these rules are requirements are apparently not realised …

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Tips for Driving in Rain

We have looked previously at how to prepare our vehicles for the rain, now it’s time to look at what we need to do to drive safely when it’s raining. Firstly, defog the windows. In the rain, the car windows tend to fog up due to the humidity and the difference in temperature between the …

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Could the End be in Sight for the Flashing Amber Light?

In the event of being in a vehicle and approaching a pedestrian crossing where an amber light is flashing, if pedestrians are waiting to cross, or indeed crossing, then vehicles must stop to allow the pedestrians to continue. However, due to changing driver attitudes, it would appear that stopping is becoming less of the norm, …

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Additional Lanes: What are they and how do we deal with them?

During special traffic operations, such as those implemented during the busiest periods in the summer, co-called “additional lanes” are created to ease the flow of traffic in certain areas, but the question as to what those lanes are and how we deal with them requires answering. When we talk about “additional lanes”, there are four …

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