Many drivers worry about radars in Gibraltar as they can commit a violation and have an administrative penalty. Next we will detail the location of these radars and their legislation.
How much does the car revision cost? This is a common question among shoppers, since not all of them charge the same for more or less similar services. We refer, in these cases, to common reviews, which consist of exploring the basic mechanisms of vehicles.
It is true that cars increasingly spend less but, on the other hand, the price of fuel does not end up stabilizing in low numbers, hence many citizens seek to save gas by introducing small actions in their driving.
When the time has come to say goodbye to a vehicle, it is also time to think about its monetary value. How much is my car worth? This is the question that many drivers ask themselves.
In case of incident with the car, placing the emergency triangles is one of the first actions that must be carried out. Its correct location is vital to warn the rest of the drivers and avoid major damages. But how do you put them?
There are more than 50 radars in Cádiz, which can be fixed, mobile or sectioned and that are distributed along freeways, highways, national, regional or regional highways. The DGT itself indicates the location of the radars on its website (http://www.dgt.es/es/el-trafico/control-de-velocidad/cadiz) and a few kilometers before reaching the radar these are announced by the corresponding traffic signal, so that the drivers can adjust their speed to the appropriate one.
The breakage of the timing belt is one of the most expensive repairs to the engine. For this reason, it is convenient to know when to change the timing belt of a vehicle to prevent future breakdowns.
Aids for electric cars in Spain
The purchase of an electric car involves putting on the table many aspects, especially the economic cost. This is usually higher than in traditional diesel or gasoline cars. That supposes the necessity to take advantage of the aid for electric cars that the government of Spain offers, although these extend by a period of limited time.
The chains for the tires are essential pieces for any trip, especially for colder stations. Being 100% prepared against snowstorms is synonymous that you must to know how to put the chains in the car and its importance.
The diesel tax increase is not the last measure that affects drivers and gas stations in Spain. The hydrocarbons sector is undergoing great changes in recent years and the last, which will be launched shortly, is the change of name of gasoline and diesel.