Tag: FINE

Throwing Cigarettes from Vehicles – The Truth!

You may have read or heard in some English language medias that the DGT are clamping down on those who throw cigarettes from their vehicles. This is an ongoing problem, and causes a lot of potentially deadly consequences, and so it is something which can result in a fine. The same applies for throwing anything …

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Is There a Fine for Hanging an Air Freshener on the Rear View Mirror?

It is not uncommon to see air fresheners hanging from the rear-view mirror in cars, or other items like religious iconography, and masks were quite common during the height of the pandemic, but is there a fine for doing this? The answer is not quite that straight forward. Firstly, there is no specific fine for …

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Reversing your car in Spain? There are rules!

It is quite a frequent occurrence that we have to change the direction of travel and reverse, parking being the most obvious reason, but there are rules we must abide by when we do reverse with our vehicles, and if we don’t you could be 500 euro out of pocket. The most common rules ignored, …

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How to identify a driver in the event of a fine

It is quite common for individuals other than the owner of the vehicle to drive a car in Spain, but in the event of a traffic fine being issued and you as the vehicle owner were not the driver, you will need to notify the DGT so that the sanction is correctly issued to the …

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How will Low Emission Zones be managed in Spain?

The date is fast approaching, when new mandatory Low Emission Zones (Zonas de Bajas Emisiones or ZBE in Spanish) have to be implemented in all towns and cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants, as well as in island territories and in towns with more than 20,000 inhabitants. In fact, as of 1 January 2023, these …

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