In the urban area of Freiburg im Breisgau, drivers must be particularly careful today (September 23, 2022) not to drive too fast. You can find out which locations are currently being flashed at and what fines are to be expected here on news.de.
Flashes in Freiburg in Breisgau according to current information at the moment at only one location. The speed camera locations listed below are based on the current state of knowledge as of September 23, 2022, 11:25 a.m. In addition, you must always expect speed checks throughout the city.
All mobile radar controls on September 23, 2022 in Freiburg im Breisgau
In the Feldbergstraße, ZIP code 79115 in Haslach (speed limit 30 km/h) is currently on Blitzer built up. The position was reported on September 23, 2022 at 10:09 a.m. (View location on map.)
(Last update: 09/23/2022, 11:25 am)
Exceeding the speed limit is still one of the most common traffic violations on German roads and the number one cause of accidents. In the interests of general road safety, please always drive in accordance with the specified speed limits or the traffic situation. Other road users, especially cyclists and pedestrians, will thank you.
What fine should I expect if I was flashed?
The Road Traffic Act (StVO) is certainly known to everyone. In connection with the catalog of fines, this regulates the penalties for exceeding the permissible speeds. As a rule, you have to expect fines here, if the violation is higher, points in Flensburg or even a driving ban can also be added. Unless otherwise specified, the maximum speed outside of built-up areas is 100 km/h and in built-up areas 50 km/h.
Rules for cars in urban areas
|about 10 km/h||30 €|
|11 – 15 km/h||50 €|
|16 – 20 km/h||70 €|
|21 – 25 km/h||115 €||1|
|26 – 30 km/h||180 €||1||1 month|
|31 – 40 km/h||260 €||1||1 month|
|41 – 50 km/h||400 €||2||1 month|
|51 – 60 km/h||560 €||2||2 months|
|61 – 70 km/h||700 €||2||3 Fun|
|over 70 km/h||800 €||2||3 Fun|
Rules for cars outside town
|about 10 km/h||20 €|
|11 – 15 km/h||40 €|
|16 – 20 km/h||60 €|
|21 – 25 km/h||100 €||1|
|26 – 30 km/h||150 €||1||1 month|
|31 – 40 km/h||200 €||1||1 month|
|41 – 50 km/h||320 €||2||1 month|
|51 – 60 km/h||480 €||2||1 month|
|61 – 70 km/h||600 €||2||2 Sweet|
|over 70 km/h||700 €||2||3 Fun|
What are the tolerances when flashed?
The deducted tolerances for mobile devices are the same as for stationary speed cameras. The following generally applies: At a driving speed of less than 100 km/h, 3 km/h are usually subtracted from the measured value. At speeds over 100 km/h, the deduction is usually 3 percent of the measured value. Some speed camera models have lower measurement accuracies, here the tolerance deduction can also be set higher.
How mobile speedometers work
In contrast to stationary or fixed devices, mobile speed cameras have the advantage that they can be set up flexibly and quickly on the side of the road. In most cases, the surprise effect is on the part of the police. In addition, mobile speed cameras can be used to monitor specific accident black spots even more precisely. As a rule, radar or laser-based devices are used for mobile speed checks. But black light flashers or devices that evaluate brightness profiles using sensors are also common. Mobile flash units usually do not flash in both directions, but only forwards, so that the driver’s face can also be captured in addition to the license plate to give an idea.
Speed camera apps and radar detectors are prohibited while driving
According to Section 23 of the Road Traffic Act, StVO for short, drivers are prohibited from operating or carrying ready-to-use technical devices that are intended to display or disrupt traffic monitoring measures. Not only radar detectors are affected, but also so-called laser jammers. If you have a cell phone with a speed camera app installed, you don’t have to worry about anything at first. It is only punishable if you have switched it on while driving. However, if you have an external radar detector installed on the dashboard and it is ready for use at short notice by means of a power supply, you are committing a criminal offense within the meaning of the Road Traffic Act.
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