Velolasers are modern police radars, that have recently been installed on the Spanish roads. They have great parameters and are small. Check where the super-radars are located.
Spanish super-radars operate wirelessly, they control two lanes simultaneously, even if they run in opposite directions and catch cars moving at speeds up to 250 km/h. They also assess whether the distance between vehicles is sufficient.
In addition, they are very small, which makes it difficult for drivers to see them.
Based on the Social Drive network users’ reports, the autobild.es portal has created a list of 22 velolaser locations.
Here is a list of locations where the Spanish police will issue a ticket for speeding:
|A Coruña||A-6, Lugo/Arteixo at the exit to Teixeiro, 545th km|
|Tercera Ronda exit to shopping mall|
|Alicante||Novelda (50km/h zone)*|
|Barcelona||Sant Boi de Llobregat|
|C-58. Terrassa, exit from the gas station direction Manresa (17th km)|
|Cantabria||Exit/entry onto express road Carrefour Torrelavega|
|Las Palmas||GC-1 (Vecindario)|
|La Rioja||N-232, Recajo|
|Madrid||A-5, 7th km|
|M-502, Ciudad de la Imagen (around Telemadrid)|
|Málaga||MA-20, Repsol opposite of Makro|
|Murcia||La Manga del Mar Menor|
|Polígono de Lorca in Pérez Casas direction to port Lumbreras|
|Eurovosa, 5th km|
|Navarra||NA-122, 9th km, around Dicastillo (between Moretín and Allo)|
|Pontevedra||Poio, at the entry to Montecelo hospital (30 km/h zone)|
|Avenida de Lugo|
|Avenida Buenos Aires (30 km/h zone)|
|Paseo del río Lerez|
|Teruel||A-23, direction Teruel, 72nd km (in a grey car Citroën model)|
|Zaragoza||A-126 ,44th km between Remolinos and Tauste|