As from next month, all speed traps will be set to have a tolerance of 7kph if the speed is under 100kph; if over, it will be 7%.
Example: If you’re in an 80kph zone, the speed trap will fire at 88kph and you get fined. Likewise, in a 50kph zone, it will fire at 58kph.
If you’re on the motorway in a 100kph zone, you can do 107kph (100 + 7%). In a 120 kph zone, you can do 131 kph (120 + 7%).
#tolerancia7: El 7% o los 7 kms se suman a 101, 31, 51…cuando ya se ha superado el límite establecido.
— Dir. Gral. Tráfico (@DGTes) February 19, 2015
There are currently 10 fixed speed traps across Almería province: 3 on the Autovía del Mediterráneo (A7), the rest on the A92, N340a, N341, A334, A352, AL3115 & AL5105.
As I said yesterday, mobile speed traps will now be signposted and warnings given.
They’re also installing 30 average speed traps in the big cities.
— Dir. Gral. Tráfico (@DGTes) February 20, 2015