radars galore – Explica .co
ACD June 1, 2021
The new speed limits in town are already active and the authorities have taken out their speed cameras on the road to check them.
In recent weeks, the new speed limit for single-lane streets in each direction of traffic has already been in effect in our country. How should you know, and if we don’t remind you, the maximum speed in these areas is 30 km / h. If you exceed this limit, you may face a painful fine.
Yes indeed, driving between 31 and 50 km / h will result in a penalty of 100 euros this will not result in the loss of points, whereas if your car is traveling between 51 and 60 km / h the loss of 2 points is established, plus a penalty of 300 euros.
Fines of 100 to 600 euros
DGT removes speed cameras after new speed limits
Images from yesterday’s speed cameras 💥
All at 30km / h limit
[HILO DE RADARES] 👇
– SocialDrive (@SocialDrive_es) May 12, 2021
If you go much faster, the fines go up at the same time. For driving between 61 and 70 km / h, a fine of 400 euros and 4 points less. Between 71 and 80 km / h, 500 euros and 6 points and above 81 km / h the violation is considered very serious and you will face a fine of 600 euros and you will run out of 6 card points.
Almost half of the fines of the DGT are lost in court
And don’t think that the authorities are turning a blind eye and you can’t find them around the corner. As reported by the social platform for drivers SocialDrive, Since May 18, the persecution of drivers has intensified those who like to run around town with the car.
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In this way, this social network published that in the Basque Country there are three points andn those that have been seen from speed cameras in recent days. At the same time, in Barcelona, Zaragoza and Malaga there were also several sightings in the form of camouflaged cars and tripod radars.
Will it be for tax purposes? This is not what the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, recently expressed, who clarified that the objective pursued by the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) with the reduction of the maximum speed limit in the city is “Reduce the risk of dying from running more than five times”.