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Spy in The Sky

By Martin Myall

The Dirección General de Tráfico (DGT) has incorporated eleven drones into their equipment for catching out drivers who break the law. »

Changes to Road Fines

By Hugh MacArthur

Next year will see some changes to the highway code involving speed limits and fines, for example, in order to cut down on road accidents. »

Changes to Road Usage

By Vivienne Hughes

The Director General de Tráfico, Pere Navarro, after several meetings is backing certain new measures, such as a reduction of speed limits. »

Glasses & Driving Fines

By Vivienne Hughes

You might not know it but it is illegal to drive wearing reading glasses, even if it only so that you can see the dashboard. »

The Three Absent Kings

By Martin Myall

The AP-6 controversy is worsening because more information is coming to light, such as the fact that the department Heads were absent. »

The AP-6 Controversy

By Martin Myall

(COE12/HMI08 ) A snow storm that had 3,000 vehicles trapped on a motorway in the Province of Segovia on Saturday night has transformed into a political storm with calls for those responsible to resign. »

Access Road Lighting

By Hugh MacArthur

The First Councillor for La Herradura, Juan José Ruiz Joya, has been hammering on Madrid's door over the lack of lighting on the village's A-7 access road. »

Firemen Fined for Speeding

By Hugh MacArthur

The CSIF trade union has complained that the Traffic Department issued a speeding fine against a fire engine that had been called out to a fire. »

Tougher Speeding Measures

By Hugh MacArthur

The General Traffic Department has made the fining margins on speed limits narrower; i.e. the amount surpassed over the limit before fining takes place. »

Watch Out in Motril!

By Martin Myall

The Guardia Civil Traffic Police, in conjunction with the Motril municipal police, will be placing radar controls within the municipality between the 8th and 14th of this month. »

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