By Euro Weekly News Media • 01 September 2014 • 14:41
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A BRITISH man, 55, was detained for speeding on Sunday evening when a static control on the AP-8 toll motorway clocked his car doing 211km/h (131 mph). The legal speed limit along that part of the AP-8 toll motorway and on all toll roads in Spain is 120km/h (74.5 mph).
The man, who was driving a Mercedes Benz and accompanied by his wife and two children, was arrested at the next toll station and escorted to Ertzaintza police station.
The man will appear in court today where he could be fined up to the maximum penalty.
The driving laws in Spain changed this year and speeding fines of up to€400 can be issued for driving just 1km/h over the limit. Let’s just hope they don’t fine him pro rata!
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