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1,145 people died on the roads during 2022

In 2022, there were 1,042 fatal incidents on Spanish roads in which 1,145 people died and another 4,008 were seriously injured. These figures represent 44 more deaths (+4%) and 425 fewer serious injuries (-10%) than in 2019, the reference year and prior to the pandemic. The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, has indicated, in …

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The Different Results of the ITV Test

When you take your vehicle for the ITV test, the result can be favorable, desfavorable, or negativa (favourable, unfavourable or negative), and although we all hope for a favourable pass, it is important to know the implications of the other results, and what we have to do about it. Whenever we subject our vehicles to …

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Changes to Historic Vehicle Rules 2023

In 2023, the DGT is expected to officially approve a new regulation for historic vehicles. This new regulation will replace the first Historic Vehicle Regulation, Reglamento de Vehículos Históricos, created in 1995, almost 28 years ago. With this new announcement, the DGT will introduce very important new features for this type of model. Prepared by …

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Ten Questions about Eco Stickers and Low Emission Zones

There is a lot of talk about Eco Stickers and Low Emission Zones at the moment, due to the implementation of a new Environmental Protection Law, and as such, a lot of questions have been raised, so we will answer, in brief, the most popular ones. What is an Eco Sticker? An Eco Sticker, or …

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What will the number plates of the future look like?

On 31 October 1900, the first car registered in Spain circulated on the roads. Since then, three different systems have been adopted to indicate a unique reference for vehicles, which today we refer to as the “number plate”, the current method being 4 numbers and three letters, excluding the vowels to avoid some profanity combinations, …

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The Government approves the royal decree that regulates Low Emission Zones

Municipalities with more than 50,000 inhabitants, island territories and municipalities with more than 20,000 inhabitants that exceed the limit values ​​of regulated pollutants will adopt sustainable urban mobility plans before 2023 that introduce mitigation measures that allow the reduction of mobility emissions, including, among others, the establishment of low emission zones   The Council of …

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How to identify a driver in the event of a fine

It is quite common for individuals other than the owner of the vehicle to drive a car in Spain, but in the event of a traffic fine being issued and you as the vehicle owner were not the driver, you will need to notify the DGT so that the sanction is correctly issued to the …

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