Radar’s a fine little earner

Málaga motorists pay up - local radar traps are Spain's most lucrative

The radar at the approach to the Carlos Haya tunnel in Málaga

THE 15 fixed radar speed traps in Málaga generate more in fines than those of any other province in Spain. Between January 1 and November 12 last year, 155,257 motorists were caught speeding and paid a total of over €5.8 million to Tráfico as a result.

The data came in a parliamentary answer last week and show that more drivers were fined in the province than in Madrid, Valencia or Sevilla. The Málaga motorists sanctioned account for almost nine per cent of the national total and 42 per cent of all speeding fines imposed in Andalucía.

Read more in this week’s print edition or go to e-paper


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.