These are the new DGT speeding fines for 2024

by Lorraine Williamson
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The Spanish traffic authority DGT issues a lot of fines for speeding. The fines for 2024 range from €100 to €600. In a number of cases, speeding violations will lead to a deduction of points on your driver’s license. 

DGT confirms that speeding is the cause of a large proportion of accidents that occur in Spain. However, distraction is still the main reason. In addition, alcohol and drug use cause many traffic accidents. 

Fines and loss of points for speeding 

Exceeding the speed limits will result in the imposition of a fine. The amount varies, and depends on the registered speed. The loss of points on the driver’s license also depends on the case. In most cases, speeding is considered a serious offence and only in a few cases is it very serious behaviour. 

The traffic authority establishes a classification with the fines corresponding to each offense committed for speeding. This classification consists of different sections depending on the speed at which the offender is driving. 

Speeding 

The fines for speeding have been published by DGT. Serious violations can be punished with fines ranging from €100 to €500, as the case may be, with or without withdrawal of points from the driver’s license. Very serious violations are punishable by €600. Points will also be withdrawn. 

Below you can see what speeding costs: 

Speeding with a fine of 100 euros 

  • 20 km/h: between 21 and 40 km/h. 
  • 30 km/h: from 31 to 50 km/h. 
  • 40 km/h: from 41 to 60 km/h. 
  • 50 km/h: from 51 to 70 km/h. 
  • 60 km/h: from 61 to 90 km/h. 
  • 70 km/h: from 71 to 100 km/h. 
  • 80 km/h: from 81 to 110 km/h. 
  • 90 km/h: from 91 to 120 km/h. 
  • 100 km/h: from 101 to 130 km/h. 

300 euro fine and 2 points deduction on driver’s license 

  • 20 km/h: between 41 and 50 km/h. 
  • 30 km/h: from 51 to 60 km/h 
  • 40 km/h: from 61 to 70 km/h. 
  • 50 km/h: from 71 to 80 km/h. 
  • 60 km/h: from 91 to 110 km/h. 
  • 70 km/h: from 101 to 120 km/h. 
  • 80 km/h: from 111 to 130 km/h. 
  • 90 km/h: from 121 to 140 km/h. 
  • 100 km/h: from 131 to 150 km/h. 

Fine of 400 euros and 4 points deduction on driver’s license 

  • 20 km/h: between 51 and 60 km/h. 
  • 30 km/h: from 61 to 70 km/h. 
  • 40 km/h: from 71 to 80 km/h. 
  • 50 km/h: from 81 to 90 km/h. 
  • 60 km/h: from 111 to 120 km/h. 
  • 70 km/h: from 121 to 130 km/h. 
  • 80 km/h: from 131 to 140 km/h. 
  • 90 km/h: from 141 to 150 km/h. 
  • 100 km/h: from 151 to 170 km/h. 

500 euro fine and 6 points deduction on driver’s license 

  • 20 km/h: between 61 and 70 km/h. 
  • 30 km/h: from 71 to 80 km/h. 
  • 40 km/h: from 81 to 90 km/h. 
  • 50 km/h: from 91 to 100 km/h. 
  • 60 km/h: from 121 to 130 km/h. 
  • 70 km/h: from 131 to 140 km/h. 
  • 80 km/h: from 141 to 150 km/h. 
  • 90 km/h: from 151 to 160 km/h. 
  • 100 km/h: from 161 to 170 km/h. 

Traffic fine of 600 euros and 6 points deduction on driver’s license 

  • 20 km/u: over 71 km/h. 
  • 30 km/u: over 81 km/h. 
  • 40: km/u: over 91 km/h. 
  • 50 km/u: over 101 km/h. 
  • 60 km/u: over 131 km/h. 
  • 70 km/u: over 141 km/h. 
  • 80 km/u: over 151 km/h. 
  • 90 km/u: over 161 km/h. 
  • 100 km/u: over 171 km/h.

Also read: Road safety statistics for 2023

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