Article 98 General rules

1. All vehicles travelling between sunset and sunrise or at any time of day in tunnels, underpasses and track sections affected by the "Tunnel" signal (S-5) must have the corresponding lighting switched on, according to what is determined in this section. Pay special attention to the new models of vehicles that come with "daytime running...

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Article 99 Position and height lighting

1. Any vehicle travelling between sunset and sunrise or under the conditions referred to in article 106 and in passing through tunnels, underpasses or sections of roads affected by the signal "Tunnel" (S-5) must have headlights on and, if the width of the vehicle exceeds 2.10 metres, also height lighting.   2. Driving without lighting...

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Article 100 Long-range or road lighting

1. Any vehicle equipped with long-range or road lighting that travels at more than 40 kilometres per hour, between sunset and sunrise, out of town, through under-lit roads or at any time of day through tunnels, underpasses and sections of track affected by the signal "Tunnel" (S-5) which are insufficiently illuminated, should have their headlights...

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Article 101 Short-range and headlights

1. All motor vehicles and mopeds that are driving between sunset and sunrise on urban or interurban roads that are illuminated, or at any time of the day through tunnels, underpasses and sections of roads affected by the signal "Tunnel" (S-) 5) which are sufficiently illuminated, should have headlights on, in addition to side or...

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Article 102 Glare

1. Long-range or full beam lighting must be replaced by short-range or normal headlights as soon as the possibility of producing glare for other users of the same route or of any other means of communication is detected, and especially to the drivers of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction and even if they do...

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Article 103 Licence plate lighting

All vehicles described in articles 99 or 106 must always have their rear number plate illuminated and, if applicable, other illuminated signs or badges that must be provided, taking into account their characteristics or the service they provide. Many people do not realise that not having a light on the number plate switched on is...

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Article 104 Use of lighting during the day

Short-range light or headlights should be used during the day when: A) Motorcycles that travel by any means subject to the legislation on traffic, motor vehicle traffic and road safety. Instruction "Daylight" (DGT 15 / S-140 / V-12). During the day you can use the DaytimeRunning Lights instead of the dipped beam headlights or both...

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Article 105 Immobilisations

1. Any vehicle that, for any reason, is immobilised between sunset and sunrise or under the conditions referred to in article 106, on a road or hard shoulder of a road, must have the position lights on and, for those vehicles which qualify, height lighting.   2. Any vehicle stopped or parked between sunset and...

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