Monday, May 23, 2022

And now we have….Dust Fines!

Driving with a mud-stained vehicle can lead to a fine!

DGT imposes fines for all reasons that they consider dangerous when driving on the road – more than you imagine. “Just as having an element of the vehicle in poor condition can cause a traffic accident, something that seems silly like having dirty glass can influence your driving and, therefore, your safety behind the wheel.”

Fines of 80 to 200 euros

The fines for driving with a dirty vehicle vary depending on the element or part of the car that is not clean. A front glass on which mud or leaves do not let you see the road clearly can lead to penalties ranging from 80 to 200 euros. The state of the windshield wiper is also a reason for sanction.

This means that both the windshield, the rear window and the glass of the front windows must be clean. In addition to the glass, do not forget to take care of the state of the license plate, it must be perfectly clean and that both its numbers and his letters.

Source : Laverdad

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