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Speed ​​cameras in Freiburg im Breisgau currently on Thursday: Here you have to beware of radar controls on December 1st, 2022

“Foot off the gas” is the motto on December 1st, 2022. Also on this Thursday all drivers in Freiburg im Breisgau should stick to the speed limits, because there will be flashes! Here you will find all current mobile speed cameras in Freiburg im Breisgau and what else you need to consider.

Currently is in Freiburg in Breisgau at a total of 2 locations there is a particularly high risk of being fined or even being banned from driving if you drive too fast. The danger situation in road traffic of the city of Freiburg im Breisgau can change constantly. Adjustments to the mobile radar controls must therefore also be expected. The following information can therefore not claim to be complete.

All mobile radar controls on December 1st, 2022 in Freiburg im Breisgau

Flashes are used in the area Motorway feeder center, ZIP code 79100 in Wiehre. It was reported Blitzer on 12/01/2022 at 06:50 (confirmed on 12/01/2022 at 12:12). Please keep to the specified speed limit of 150 km/h. (View location on map.)

There is also a speed camera in the Berliner Allee, Zip code 79114 in Weingarten. The location was reported on 12/01/2022 at 08:05. The prescribed speed limit is 50 km/h. (View location on map.)

(Status: 01.12.2022, 12:17 p.m.)

Speed ​​cameras are used for road safety. Please always adapt your speed to the traffic situation and stick to the prescribed maximum speed for your own protection and that of other road users.

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What are the fines for exceeding the speed limit?

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

violation Strafe Points driving ban
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

violation Strafe Points driving ban
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 mobile speed traps 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.

The rules for speed camera detectors

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 prohibited. 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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