A serious offence that has grown the most in recent years is driving without a driving licence. Formaster, Professional Association of Training Companies in Logistics, Transport and Road Safety, explains that they constitute 2.6% of the traffic fines filed in the last six years. This implies some 103,000 fines a year for people who drive …The post Driving Without a Licence Can Lead to Prison first appeared on N332.es - Driving In Spain.
In order for a drive on the roads in Spain, your vehicle must have valid compulsory insurance, however, despite it being mandatory, there are many drivers who take to the roads without it. In fact, according to data from the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), 3.06% of the fines filed in the last six years …The post 350 Fines a Day for Driving Without Insurance first appeared on N332.es - Driving In Spain.
Distractions whilst driving are one of the main contributing factors to road traffic incidents. Smoking when driving, according to the DGT, is one of the most frequent distractions behind the wheel, and it can be just as dangerous (or more so) as using a mobile device while driving. So, although in most circumstances it is …The post Smoking and Driving first appeared on N332.es - Driving 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 …The post How Long Does It Take to Receive a Speeding Ticket? first appeared on N332.es - Driving In Spain.
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 …The post The Issue with Driving Shirtless first appeared on N332.es - Driving In Spain.