Article 2 Users

Road users are obliged to behave in such a way that they do not unduly interfere with movement or cause danger, unnecessary harm or inconvenience to people, or damage to property (article 9.1 of the articulated text). "Do not unduly impede traffic”;  Remember that if you have an accident and there are no serious injuries...

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Article 3 Drivers

1. Motorists must drive with the diligence and caution necessary to avoid any damage to themselves or others, taking care not to endanger either themselves or other occupants of the vehicle and the rest of road users. It is strictly forbidden to drive in a negligent or reckless manner (article 9.2 of the articulated text)....

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Article 4 Activities affecting the safety of traffic

1. The carrying out of works, installations, placement of containers, street furniture or any other element or object permanently or provisionally on the roads or land subject to the application of the legislation on traffic, motor vehicle traffic and road safety will require prior authorisation by its owner and will be governed by the provisions...

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Article 5 Signing of obstacles and hazards

1. Those who have created an obstacle or danger on the road should ensure it is cleared as soon as possible. In the meantime, necessary measures should be undertaken so that warning may be given to other users and movement not hindered. If you drop a load you are transporting, even partially, the first thing...

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Article 6 Fire prevention

1. It is forbidden to throw anything into the road or its vicinity that could give rise to fire or, in general, pose a road safety risk. 2. Offences in this respect are considered as “serious offences”. Throwing a lit cigarette end out of the window is deemed a serious driving offence with the loss...

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Article 7 Emissions of noise and pollutants

1. Vehicles may not use roads or land subject to traffic regulations if they emit electromagnetic signals with noise levels above the limits set by specific regulations, nor if they have gas or smoke emissions above the set limits, nor if they have been significantly reformed without authorisation. The police may decide to immobilise the...

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