Map of Speed Cameras and Traffic Lights in France
At Lufop.net, we are delighted to present our interactive map of automatic speed cameras in France. This map allows you to easily and freely visualize the locations of all fixed speed cameras in France, which currently number over 4500. We regularly update this map to include new speed camera locations.
Interactive Map of Speed Cameras in France
Our interactive map of speed cameras in France provides a clear and precise visualization of fixed speed cameras and traffic light cameras throughout the country. To use it, simply click on the region of interest, and you can navigate to view real-time automatic speed cameras.
You can also download the complete list of automatic speed cameras in France for free from our website. This list is regularly updated and also includes danger zones in other neighboring countries.
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Free Download of the Complete List of Speed Cameras in France
In addition to the interactive map, you can also download the complete list of automatic speed cameras in France for free from our website. This list is regularly updated to provide you with the most recent information on speed camera locations. You can also find information about danger zones in other neighboring countries. If you are interested in automatic speed camera maps for other countries like Belgium or Switzerland, feel free to contact us so we can assist you.
Additional Information on Speed Cameras in France
In France, automatic speed cameras play a vital role in speed regulation and road safety. They are installed in areas where accidents are frequent or at strategic locations to deter drivers from exceeding speed limits.
It is important to note that fixed speed cameras are distinct from mobile speed cameras used by law enforcement. Fixed speed cameras are permanently installed, while mobile speed cameras can be moved and used on a temporary basis.
How can I know if I’ve been caught by an automatic speed camera in France?
If you have been caught by an automatic speed camera, you will receive a notice of offense by postal mail. This notice will indicate the offense committed, the location of the speed camera, and the amount of the fine to be paid.
What is the margin of error for automatic speed cameras in France?
Automatic speed cameras have a margin of error of 5 km/h below 100 km/h and 5% above 100 km/h. This means that if you are caught at a speed below the allowed limit, the recorded speed will be reduced by 5 km/h.
Is it possible to contest a speeding ticket in France?
Yes, you can contest a speeding ticket by following the administrative and judicial appeal procedures. You will need to provide valid evidence or arguments to contest the offense.
Are fixed speed cameras signposted on the roads in France?
Yes, since 2013, all fixed speed cameras in France are signposted with radar warning signs. This aims to ensure better visibility and promote responsible driving.
Can automatic speed cameras differentiate between heavy goods vehicles and light vehicles in France?
Yes, some automatic speed cameras in France, known as discriminatory speed cameras, can differentiate between heavy goods vehicles and light vehicles. This allows them to apply specific speed limits for each vehicle category.
What is the difference between fixed speed cameras and mobile speed cameras in France?
Fixed speed cameras are permanently installed at specific locations, while mobile speed cameras can be moved and used temporarily by law enforcement.
Contribute to Road Safety by Reporting New Locations
At Lufop.net, we strive to keep our map of speed cameras in France up to date by adding new locations of automatic speed cameras. If you discover a speed camera that is not yet listed on our map, report the new speed camera location on this page. Your contribution will help us provide an even more comprehensive and accurate resource for drivers in France. Together, we can improve road safety and encourage responsible driving.