NEW average speed cameras on the road north of Malaga have caught 500 vehicles each day over the summer, angering regular users.
In July 15,000 cars were snapped breaching the 80kph speed limit on the Las Pedrizas road.
Angry road users set up a Facebook page to protest, claiming that the speed limit is set low to raise funds.
A speed camera on Marbella’s golden mile has also captured a staggering number of speeders between July and August – more than 100 each day.
Malaga council’s traffic minister Trinidad Hernandez has insisted the cameras are there only to prevent accidents.
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