THE SPEED camera on the motorway in Calvia caught over 11,000 speeding drivers in the first ten months of 2017, the highest on the island.
Almost 40 cars are caught a day, bringing in around €500,000 of revenue a year. In total almost €2 million was raised in the Balearics over the first ten months of 2017.
The Llucmajor speed camera caught the second highest amount of speeders with over 7,000 tickets issued. Mallorca also has speed cameras on the Inca highway, the connecting road between Porto Cristo and Manacor, the Manacor motorway itself, and the Pollensa highway.
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