Following a change in legislation, a number of Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) for traffic offences have risen as of 23rd September 2022.
This change means that offences such as failing to wear a seatbelt, using a mobile phone whilst driving and contravening a traffic light will now incur a £300 fine.
Further offences that will result in a £300 fine include:
- Failing to indicate
- Overtaking other than on the left
- Driving against the flow of traffic
The penalty for ‘leaving a derelict vehicle in a public place’ has also increased from £200 to £600.
As of Friday 23 September, both Royal Gibraltar Police officers and Parking Management Officials will begin to use the new Fixed Penalty Notices for motorists who commit relevant offences.
Read the full Fixed Penalty Notices Fines statement issued by the government.