THE SUPREME SETS CRITERION ON THE MARGINS OF ERROR OF SPEED CAMERAS
The Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court, STS No. 184/2018 of April 17, has come to establish that mobile speed cameras that perform the corresponding measurement of speed from a fixed location.
Tripods or in cars that are stopped,
has a margin of error of 5 and not 7,
so it comes to be attributed to this type of devices the same margin as the fixed ones (DGT).
By bringing that criterion in line, the Court has dismissed the appeal brought by a driver.
It was recorded by a radar while driving at a speed of 214 km per hour, against the Judgment of the Provincial Court of Navarra.
This entity imposed a fine of 1,080 euros, as well as the corresponding ban on driving for one year and one day for an offence against road safety.
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