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Drugs tests in 2016

The Interior Ministry has recently announced that on the behalf of the Guardia Civil DGT, they intend to carry out far more road-side drug tests during 2016 and in doing so will increase by an approximate 120,000 tests which will represent about an overall increase from that of the year 2015 of some 38%. This is ...Full Article

Changes in Traffic Laws in Spain

From the 1st January 2016 many traffic laws will be changed or adapted to fall in line with European laws and regulations. Some old laws from ...Full Article

Road-side vehicle and driver checks

As we all know there are several types of police in Spain but those responsible for Traffic violations are the Guardia Civil Traffic Department. As well ...Full Article

Exchange of foreign driving licences

There was a lot of publicity earlier this year and at the end of last year regarding the new laws being implemented regarding foreign driving licences. ...Full Article

Changes to registration of brand new cars

As we all know there are constant changes in Spain with regards to laws, rules, regulations and of course the dreaded paperwork. Currently cars have two ...Full Article

Use of mobile phones or smart phone devices

At some point in our driving career we have all answered or attempted to answer a telephone call on our mobile phone whilst driving. This we ...Full Article

EU diretive regarding traffic fines

Foreigners driving in countries other than their own are often unsure of traffic regulations in the country in which they are driving and in some cases ...Full Article

Tow bars and towing regulations in Spanish territory

The rules and regulations regarding the fitting and use of tow bars in Spain are very different to the UK. If you need to tow a ...Full Article

Seatbelts and safety

The Guardia Civil have announced that they will be intensifying the spot checks on road users for the correct use of seat-belts by all passengers, including ...Full Article

Speed limits

In Spain there were no speed limits on roads until the petrol crisis in 1974 when they established a speed limit of 130 km/h. In 1976 ...Full Article
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