What type of fine do you report?
Fines according to ownership
With your subscription to Driver Plus, you’ll receive an updated report with all non-notified fines from the DGT and other authorities for vehicles in your name. Therefore when signing up, we ask you to confirm your national lD and the date of issue of your first driving licence, whether a car or motorcycle licence.
It doesn't matter how many vehicles are registered in your name: if one receives a fine, we will let you know and update the information in your profile.
Want to add another owner’s vehicle?
No worries, you can use the fine search function with another vehicle. You just need to enter the registration number and confirm subscription for just an extra 1.00 €/year.
Fines according to status
The fines which we update in the Driver Plus report are fines classified as non-notified fines.
If you have been penalised, there will be several attempts to notify you of the offence at home. If this is not possible, it will be published on the BOE's Notice Board (TEU), the DGT's traffic offence notice board (TESTRA), the province's Official State Gazette (BOE) or the Local Government Notice Board. This is the moment that the notice becomes official and the fine status non-notified.
With your subscription to Driver Plus, you don’t need to spend time searching. If you have non-notified fines, we will update them in your profile and notify you with an alert and email every 21 days.
If you have a fine notified in any other way, it will not be shown in the updated report.
e.g. delivered by post to your home, hand delivered by an agent, on your windscreen, etc.
What is included in the fine information?
Authority which issued the fine
Date when the fine was published
Fine identification number
Description of offence
Simplified description of the reason for the fine
Date of offence
Date when the offence was committed
Amount to be paid
How can I manage fines?
What should I do if I have a fine in my Driver Plus profile?
Don't worry, you have 20 days from the date of publication, which is indicated in the fine information, to voluntarily pay your fine and receive a 50% discount in permitted cases.
You can pay online with details found in the fine information:
Date of notification
Ringing 060 or +34 902 887 060 (if ringing from abroad), using a credit or debit card.
Can’t make payment?
Some fines cannot be paid using the previous processes. In these cases, you must contact the issuing authority indicated in your fine and they will tell you how to make payment.