Six out of ten complaints they put the traffic authorities on Spanish roads are speeding, and most are picked up by the 951 radars (Fixed, mobile and stretch) that exist in Spain (29 per 10,000 kilometers of roads). But our country is not nearly the most radars have on the payroll. Our neighboring country, France, this figure quadruples (3,953) and Belgium, which is the European country with the highest number of radars, have spread their radars roads to 5,561 (955 per 10,000 kilometers of roads). Data are drawn from a study by European motorists Associates.
X-ray radars in Europe
If we compare the number of radars in each country by the number of fines made, it is clear that the Spanish radars have the same work as those of France. In 2015 951 3286799 radars in Spain caught speeding speeding, while 3,953 radars in France made 13,619,555 complaints, considering that the speed limit on motorways and dual carriageways French is superior (130 km / h in dry and sunny day and 110 km / h if it is night or when it rains).
Among the countries analyzed by European motorists Associates, highlights the case of Cyprus which it has only two cinemometers (4 per 10,000 km road) or Latvia, 20 (22 fixed cameras per 10,000 kilometers).
In Spain, radar most fine It is located in Madrid, at the point Kilometer 18.2 of the A6, that in just one year made 68,616 complaints for speeding; followed by the one in the kilometer 128.7 A-45 passing through Malaga 2017 he puts 58,493 fines.
Radars plus fines set in Spain
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