Speed offenders in Freiburg im Breisgau are threatened with high fines this Monday (October 3rd, 2022) because flashbulbs are being used again. All information about mobile speed cameras and where you should be particularly careful today can be found here on news.de.
In Freiburg in Breisgau According to current information, exactly one mobile radar box is currently being set up. The following list does not claim to be complete. During the course of the day, the positions of the measuring points can be changed or new locations can be added.
All mobile radar controls on October 3rd, 2022 in Freiburg im Breisgau
Flashes are used in the area Guildfordallee, ZIP code 79115 in Sankt Georgen. It was reported Blitzer on 03.10.2022 at 16:51. Please stick to the specified speed limit of 50 km/h. (View location on map.)
(as of: 03.10.2022, 17:13)
With adapted driving behavior you not only protect yourself, but also all other road users. Therefore, always adhere to the specified maximum speeds and show consideration for cyclists and pedestrians.
What fine should I expect if I was flashed?
In Germany, the Road Traffic Act (StVO) in conjunction with the catalog of fines serves as the basis for taking measures when cars exceed the speed limit. In principle, a distinction must be made as to whether the offense took place outside of town or within town. A fine of between 20 and 60 euros is due, for example, if you are up to 20 km/h too fast on the motorway, provided there was a speed limit on this section of the road.
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 tolerances apply to mobile flash units?
With regard to the tolerance deduction, there is no difference between mobile and stationary speed cameras. The location in the urban area is also not decisive. However, there may be small deviations in the tolerance due to different measurement accuracy between the different radar devices used. Usually, a 3 km/h tolerance is subtracted from the measured value if the driving speed is below the 100 km/h limit. Subtract 3 percent from higher speeds.
How do mobile speedometers work?
Unlike permanently installed flash units, mobile speed cameras are quick and easy to set up and can therefore be lurking on every street corner. In one variant, the device is simply screwed onto a tripod and is then ready for use. Often it also flashes out Autosthat are parked on the side of the road. The technologies used are similar to those of stationary speed cameras. Usually one works with electromagnetic waves or light signals, which are emitted by the speed camera, reflected by the vehicle and thrown back to the measuring device. The speed can then be calculated from the time between sending and receiving the signal.
Beware of speed camera detectors as an app!
According to the Road Traffic Act (StVO), devices with a real-time warning function for speed cameras are prohibited in Germany. It is written there: “Anyone who drives a vehicle may not operate a technical device or carry it ready for operation that is intended to display or disrupt traffic surveillance measures.” External radar detectors are therefore absolutely forbidden. A smartphone itself does not have to be switched off, but at least the warning function must be deactivated in navigation apps. In order to avoid being photographed by a speed camera, the safest method is still to stick to the prescribed speed limits. By the way: speed camera warnings on the radio are of course still allowed. A person driving the vehicle alone is not explicitly warned here.
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