The Local Police will make a Special Speed Campaign the week of 16th to 22nd April

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The Local Police of Cartagena in collaboration with the Directorate General of Traffic has announced that it will carry out from the 16th until the 22nd of April a campaign of surveillance and control of the speed limits .

The Road Safety Law and the General Circulation Regulations establish the regulations regarding the generic and specific limits of speed, as well as the maximum achievable when a vehicle advances and the safety distance that must be kept between them. The breach of these rules is classified as serious or very serious infringement, sanctioned with fines of 100 to 600 euros. 

Article 379 of the Penal Code, states that “anyone who drives a motor vehicle or a moped at a speed greater than sixty kilometers per hour in an urban road or in eighty kilometers per hour in an interurban route to the legally permitted one, will be punished with a prison sentence of three to six months or a of fine of six to twelve months and community service of thirty-one to ninety days “. 

Likewise, this article indicates the deprivation of the right to drive motor vehicles or mopeds for a period of one to four years. 

Agents have warned that users driving in excess of speed limits increase the risk of an accident.

The points at which the controls will be set are:

  • Sebastián Feringán
  • Doctor Serrano (Barrio Peral)
  • Vereda de San Félix
  • Carretera de Cala Cortina
  • Castillo Monzón
  • Alameda de San Antón
  • Peroniño (Barrio de la Concepción)
  • Avenida Víctor Beltrí
  • RM332 (San José Obrero)
  • Calle Real
  • N-332A (Carretera de la Unión)
  • San Juan Bosco (Los Dolores)
  • La Manga
  • La Palma
  • Pozo Estrecho
  • Bruselas (Polígono Cabezo Beaza)
  • Luxemburgo (Polígono Cabezo Beaza)
  • Londres (Polígono Cabezo Beaza)
  • Polígono de Santa Ana

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