Tag: Fines and Sanctions

How long does it take to receive a Speeding Ticket in Spain?

Inappropriate speed is one of the “Fatal 4”, in so much as it is a contributing factor to the majority of fatal incidents on the road, and yet, despite that, everyone will exceed the speed limit at some point, we have to acknowledge that as a fact. However, sometimes that speeding occurs when passing a …

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The Issue with Driving Shirtless

There are two common questions that always arise in the summer months. The first is about flip-flops, and whether it is illegal to drive in them. To which the answer, which we have covered before, is that there is no specific law which deals with such items of footwear, it is advisable not to drive …

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We All Really Need to Slow Down

Choosing advice rather than a change in the law, one of the Spanish Government’s suggestions for dealing with the accelerating price of motor fuel was to suggest that we all slow down. However, as recent evidence proves, the opposite has actually happened, and motorists are actually speeding more. The DGT has carried out a speed …

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You have to use your Indicators!

Having constantly tried various means such as education and enforcement to get the message across, both the DGT and the Guardia Civil are trying a different approach, humour, to try to get drivers to use one of the most important safety features of our vehicles, the indicators. It can be said louder but not clearer: …

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Washing Your Car in the Street Can Lead to a Fine

There are some fines that might seem a little excessive or unnecessary in traffic law, but they are all based on making the roads safer. If you don’t keep your car clean you could face a fine of 80 or 200 euro fine, depending on the surface of the car that is covered. The most …

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