The most Multan in Spain fixed radars are …

The most Multan in Spain fixed radars are ...

A total of 1712512 speeding violations they totaled last year of 2016 by 344 fixed radars DGT distributed by the Spanish roads, except for Catalonia and the Basque Country. This leaves half of 5,000 drivers ticketed for fixed radar in 2016, according to data European motorists Associates (AEA).

Of the total amount of fines for speeding a 68.5 percent They occurred on free highways and expressways (1173308 offenses), an 27.8 percent on conventional roads (475,273) and 3.7 percent in toll roads (Only 63,931 complaints).

Fixed speed cameras more Multan: Autonomous Communities

If we look at the total numbers of complaints of speeding by regions, we can conclude that Andalusia fixed radars (459,836) Castilla y León (230,171) and Castilla la Mancha (6137) They are the most active. On the other side of the coin are Canary (5193), Asturias (13,805) and La Rioja (14,621) as regions fewer reports have brought with its fixed radars.

And where are they the most productive radars? Navarre (11,424 fines for each radar) Andalusia (7185) and Castilla la Mancha (6,137) lead the ranking of AEA in this regard. Asturias (920 complaints radar); La Rioja (1,624) and Canarias (1,731) are the tail of the list.

25 fixed speed cameras in more Multan Spain

AEA targets these 25 fixed radars as the ones who have fined the Spanish roads last year 2016. Among them we are, interestingly, 7 ranking of the 25 most fined in 2015, as the 18.2 kilometer of the A-6 in Madrid, which was the most active radar that year with 68,616 complaints. Yes, it is far from the more than 80,000 complaints radar leader in 2016, located in Cordoba.

PROVINCE

VIA

KM

COMPLAINTS 2016

COMPLAINTS 2015

Cordova

A-4

417.5

80582

171

Malaga

MA-20

10.4

36,022

28,998

Huesca

N-240

202

33,734

24,240

Jaén

A-44

76.3

31,526

S / D

Murcia

RM-19

17.7

29,425

23.108

Malaga

A-7

256.7

28,537

15,670

Segovia

N-VI

59.2

28127

S / D

CASTELLON

AP7

390.6

26398

3,138

Seville

A-92

29.1

26,324

14,461

Burgos

A-1

234.4

25,727

1,354

Malaga

A-7

246

24,790

44404

Toledo

M-305

0.7

23,840

S / D

Pontevedra

A-55

9.1

21,570

49314

Cantabria

A-8

144.4

20,698

13,179

Seville

SE-30

11.9

18,863

23,012

Saragossa

N-232

269.8

18,715

S / D

Salamanca

A-66

340.4

18,375

1,992

Seville

A-66

795.5

18,228

20,244

Cádiz

N340

84.8

18,212

1,898

Madrid

TO 5

12.5

18,154

35,413

A Coruña

N-634

695.2

17,661

25,072

Navarre

A-15

127.6

17,519

36,676

Navarre

N-121A

32.5

17,315

11,309

Madrid

A-1

24

16,555

5,095

Real city

A-4

230.8

16,063

44840

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