The National Speed Limit in Spain and been reduced to 110kph (68Mph). Although many speed signs have not yet been changed please bare this in mind.
Also, It appears the Police in Ciudad Quesada, Rojales and Benijofar have been very busy last weekend. They are certainly clamping down on drivers that have brought a car and have not yet transferred it into their name. May i remind/inform you that the law gives you just 15 days to do this. I have had 4 cases this week from the Quesada area of fines of 450.00 Euros for not doing so. My company guarantees to complete a vehicle transfer in just 4 working days or you will get it half price.
For information on driving / vehicle ownership laws you can visit my website. and click "The Law"
Drive Safe people and please stay legal


Also, The Road Tax (Suma) is due this month. I suggest not leaving it until the last minute as the banks and Suma Office will be packed out and you will be there for hours.

Commented Felipe in Quesada 2011-03-16 13:22:21 UTC

The government claim this new speed limit will save you up to 16% in fuel. I drive a ford focus 2.0 and yesterday i took the test using the onboard fuel efficiency computer. turns out at 110kph i do 6.4 liters per 100km. at 122kph i do 4.2ltrs. Anyone else feeling this is just nonsense?

Commented Felipe in Quesada 2011-03-21 11:37:53 UTC