• AP-7 Will be Free from January

    As has been promised for a number of areas across the country, the Government has this week confirmed that the toll section of part of the AP-7 will be free from January. The Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Julián López, confirmed that the Ministry of Public Works will lift the toll on the entire AP-7 […]

  • Simple Solution Offered to N-332 Congestion

    The Ciudadanos political group believe that they have come up with a temporary solution to solve the congestion on the N-332 in Torrevieja, by adopting a method used around the country during the busiest periods. At times of expected congestion, such as summer, Easter, Christmas, the traffic department often creates temporary lanes using cones and […]

  • Second Driver Fined for ‘Scooter’ Riding Without Licence

    The second driver charged with riding an electric scooter without the appropriate licence has had the case concluded in court. In the first case, the driver was given community service, whereas in this second case the driver has suffered both a fine and a deprivation of his licence. The cases are as a result of […]

  • Scooter Warning is Very Real

    In November of last year we issued our first warning that the law would be changed in order to regulate some of the electric scooters which are becoming increasingly popular in Spain. Despite the first set of restrictions being implemented, it would appear that some people are still choosing not to believe the official information, […]

  • How to Check your Points Online

    The penalty points system in Spain was introduced in July, 2016, not only to penalise poor driving, but also to award those who drive safer. The system is the opposite to that of the UK, in so much as if you commit an offence you will be given points on your licence, in Spain you […]

  • UK Considering Old Tyre Ban

    A consultation period began this week which could result in new laws being rushed through the statutes in the UK, banning tyres more than 10 years old on some vehicles. If the plans get approval, the new laws could come into force as early as next year, and would ban older tyres from heavy goods […]

  • Road Safety in Prisons

    The General Secretary of Penitentiary Institutions (IIPP), Ángel Luis Ortiz and the General Director of the DGT, Pere Navarro, launched a campaign to bring road safety and driver training to those serving prison sentences. It is the seventh time the initiative has been launched, having taken a break during the austere times, and aims to […]

  • What do the New Electric Scooter Laws Mean?

    The DGT has started to regulate certain personal mobility vehicles, in order to ensure that they are used correctly and safely. Although this is not the end of the legislation, many more changes are still being considered, it does mean that there are now clearer rules for certain types of these mobility tools. The current […]

  • Bad Week for Vulnerable Road Users

    This week has seen a number of incidents involving some of the more vulnerable road users in the Alicante province, with a number of incidents, one of which proved fatal. An 80-year-old woman was hospitalised in a serious condition on Thursday after her cycle was in collision with a truck on the N-332 in Benidorm. […]


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