Speed checks on the road to the Feldberg

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormOnce again the police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) have carried out speed checks on the road leading to the Feldberg, but this time they did them on several days.

Between 11.30am and 1pm on the 4th, 10th and 16th of August, they not only used speed cameras, but also stopped and checked vehicles to make sure that the correct paperwork was in the car, as well as first aid kits and warning triangles.

The fastest vehicle caught was travelling at 99km/h in a section of the road where only 60km/h is allowed.

Speed checks on the road to the Feldberg

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormOnce again the police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) have carried out speed checks on the road leading to the Feldberg, but this time (12th April, 2014) they chose a stretch between the Sandplacken and the Red Cross station.

Between 4.10pm and 6.10pm they measured the speed of 540 vehicles travelling uphill on a section of the road where a speed limit of 60km/h is in place.

33 of those measured were travelling too fast, with one motorcycle travelling at 121km/h. The driver faces a €240 fine, 4 points on their license, and a one month driving ban.

By comparison, the fasted car was “only” travelling at 83km/h, the driver of which can expect a €30 fine.

Speed checks on the Kanonenstraße

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormOnce again the police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) carried out speed checks on the Kanonenstraße in both directions on Tuesday, 29th March, 2014.

Between 4pm and 6.20pm they measured the speed of 1046 vehicles on a stretch of the road where a speed limit of 80km/h is in place.

38 of those measured were travelling too fast, with one motorcycle travelling at 144km/h. The driver faces a €240 fine, 4 points on their license, and a one month driving ban.

Speed checks on the Kanonenstraße

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormOnce again the police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) carried out speed checks on the Kanonenstraße towards the Feldberg on Tuesday, 24th September, 2013, this time using two cameras to catch motorcycles travelling too fest.

Between 5pm and 7pm they measured the speed of 217 vehicles on a stretch of the road where a speed limit of 60km/h is in place.

58 of those measured were travelling too fast, with one motorcycle travelling at 124km/h. The driver faces a €240 fine, 4 points on their license, and a one month driving ban.

Speed checks on the Kanonenstraße

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormThe police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) carried out speed checks on the Kanonenstraße towards the Feldberg on Wednesday evening last week (4th September, 2013).

Between 6.10pm and 8.10pm they measured the speed of 862 vehicles on a stretch of the road where a speed limit of 80km/h is in place.

19 of those measured were travelling too fast, with one motorcycle travelling at 127km/h. The driver faces a €160 fine, 3 points on their license, and a one month driving ban.

Speed checks on the Kanonenstraße

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormThe police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) carried out speed checks on the Kanonenstraße towards the Feldberg on Saturday afternoon last week (13th October).

Between 2.30pm and 4.30pm they measured the speed of 170 vehicles on a stretch of the road where a speed limit of 60km/h is in place.

12 of those measured were travelling too fast, with one motorcycle travelling at 99km/h. The driver faces a €120 fine and 3 points on their license. The fastest car was travelling at 83km/h, resulting in a fine of €30.

Speed checks on the Kanonenstraße

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormThe police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) carried out speed checks on the Kanonenstraße towards the Feldberg in both directions on Friday evening last week (5th October).

Between 6.15pm and 8.10pm they measured the speed of 564 vehicles travelling towards either Oberursel or the Sandplacken on a stretch of the road where a speed limit of 80km/h is in place.

29 of those measured were travelling too fast, with one motorcycle travelling at 133km/h. The driver faces a €160 fine, 3 points on their license and a 1 month driving ban.  The fastest car was travelling at 111km/h, resulting in a fine of €80 and also 3 points on the driver’s license.

Speed checks on the Kanonenstraße

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormThe police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) carried out speed checks on the Kanonenstraße towards the Feldberg in both directions on Thursday this week.

Between 4.40pm and 6.20pm they measured the speed of 700 vehicles travelling towards either Oberursel or the Sandplacken on a stretch of the road where speeds of up to 100km/h are allowed.

14 of those measured were travelling too fast, with one motorcycle travelling at 148km/h. The driver faces a €160 fine, 3 points on their license and a 1 month driving ban.

Speed checks on the Kanonenstraße

Speed camera - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AngelstormThe police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) carried out speed checks on the Kanonenstraße towards the Feldberg in both directions last week.

On Wednesday, 15th August 2012, between 6.20pm and 8.15pm they measured the speed of 872 vehicles travelling towards either Oberursel or the Sandplacken on a stretch of the road where speeds of up to 100km/h are allowed.

23 of those measured were travelling too fast, with one motorcycle travelling at 146km/h. The driver faces a €160 fine, 3 points on their license and a 1 month driving ban.  The same penalty will apply to the driver of the fastest car as well, who was travelling at 153km/h.

Speed checks on the Kanonenstraße

The police in Oberursel (Ordnungspolizei) carried out speed checks on the Kanonenstraße towards the Feldberg last week.

On Friday, 15th June 2012, between 4.25pm and 6.10pm they measured the speed of 434 vehicles travelling towards the Sandplacken.

Only two of them were travelling too fast, with one car travelling at 117km/h. 80km/h are allowed. The driver faces a €80 fine and 1 point on their license.

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