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Introduction to Spanish Traffic Law

Introduction to Spanish Traffic Law

The information provided in this site, Spanish Traffic Law, has been done through the collaboration with volunteers who have helped in the project.


You are therefore able to read this information, and the accompanying  eBook, free of charge thanks to the help of:

Amanda Thomas

Jim Taylor

Jamie Baxter-Pennell

June McNeil

Janet Anscombe

Marian Morgan

Maureen Daniels

Kim Stollard

Mel Bettell

Thanks to the work of all these volunteers, we have managed to publish this information with no charge. Enjoy it!

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The information provided in these pages is translated from the official Spanish traffic law, REGLAMENTO GENERAL DE CIRCULACIÓN. The information is provided on an “as is” basis and is in no way intended as a replacement to the official documents and cannot be used in law or in liability. The publishers and the volunteers accept no responsibility for inaccurate elements, nor for incidents which may have developed as a result of the information provided herein. You read this information accepting responsibility, as is always the case, for your own actions and it is up to each individual to ensure that they themselves check any information against the official source. This information is in no way legally binding, nor will any liability be accepted.

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Introduction From a Traffic Police Officer

Introduction From a Traffic Police Officer
My name is Francisco Javier Morales Herrera, I am a traffic police motorcyclist and this is my story.   Since 2007, I have been based in the city of Torrevieja (Alicante), located south of the Valencian community, southeast of Spain. A place that, because of its climate and geographical situation, is chosen every year by...

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Introduction from the Web Editor

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My name is Mark Nolan and currently, I am a journalist, reporter living and working in Spain. Before leaving the UK, I spent some time as a driving instructor, which included months of intensive training in the processes and laws of driving in the UK, so as to understand, with great intimacy, the rules of...

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