According to Traffic statistics, to which Ep has had access, the most collected radar of the whole year is located at kilometer 478,100 of the AP-7, in Valencia. It raised 5,828,300 euros.
It is followed by the radar, also fixed, of kilometer point 156,500 of the A-3, in the province of Cuenca, with fines worth 5,693,000 euros.
The third that gave the most revenue to the DGT is at kilometer 79.900 of the H-31, in Huelva, with 5,636,700 euros.
The section radar that entered the public coffers the most was the one placed in the AP-6 in pk 49.200, in the province of Madrid, the sixth most collected last year, with 4,465,100 euros.
Conversely, the least efficient radar in terms of fines was that of pk 2,800 of the VA-900, in Valladolid, because it only caught infringements valued at 100 euros.
The second that gave the DGT less income was that of the N-550, in pk 55,800 in A Coruña (200 euros) and the third one of the AC-840 in pk 14,800, also in A Coruña (300 euros) .
More income in 2018 and 2017
However, the total collection for fines of fixed and sectional radar (mobile phones not included) for 2019 was lower than in previous years.
In fact, in 2018 revenues amounted to a total of 226,763,200 euros, while in 2017 223,409,150 euros were collected.
During 2018, the radar that put the most fines was also on a Valencian highway: one of the section located on CV-35 in pk 3,700, which entered 7,220,200 euros.
They are followed by the fixed radar of the A-7 at pk 246,000 (5,858,000 euros) and that of the MA-20 at pk 10,400 (4,845,500 euros), both in the province of Malaga.
And in 2017, the one that collected the most for sanctions was the one placed in the N-VI in pk 59.200, in Segovia, when raising 6,618,600 euros.
In the ranking of radars plus ‘multones’ is also the one located on the A-44 at pk 76,300, in Jaén (6,488,900 euros) and that of the A-7 at pk 246,000 in Malaga (5,293,900 euros) .