Spanish region now requires document for access to roadside restaurants

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Spanish region now requires document for access to roadside restaurants

The Spanish region of Aragon has introduced new restrictions on the use of roadside restaurants. Drivers who wish to use catering services at petrol stations in the evening must carry a special document.

The region, which has a border with France, has introduced coronavirus restrictions that limit restaurant opening hours to 8pm.

The exception to this rule are restaurants and bars located by roads and industrial areas. These may be open to service only to on-road drivers and posted workers. However, they must now have an appropriate certificate justifying their travel as part of their work, according to the Spanish federation of transport unions.

Via this link, you can download and then fill in the declaration form.

In the event of an inspection, drivers staying in the restaurant or bar after 20 who do not have the above document can be penalised, as well as the owner of the premises.


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