In Spain self-driving, what are the traffic rules to pay attention to?

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  1. Driving instructions
    Spanish vehicles keep to the right, same as mainland China; STOP immediately and wait at least 3 seconds for the STOP sign. Yield to pedestrians with or without signal lights; Motorists who pull over for more than 60 seconds without stopping will be fined 100 euros, as will motorists caught in serious motorway traffic jams.
    Spain has many historic cities, narrow urban roads, and relevant laws and regulations to strictly protect the ancient city. Careful driving and parking in urban areas. Fuel guidelines
    [fuel_policy_tips]
    oil prices in line with international standards, about 1.4 euros/liter. Diesel is about 10 to 15 percent cheaper than gasoline. Both manual service and self-service refueling. Self-service refueling requires you to note down the changes, amount and oil products of your own pump, and pay the bill at the counter after self-service refueling.
    speed limit/overspeed/highway toll
    speed limit is generally 120 km, the national highway speed limit is 90 km, the speed limit is 50 km in urban areas. Fines range from 100 to 600 euros, depending on the severity of the case. In Spain, Autovia is a free highway and Autopista is a toll road. Fees are usually collected at the toll booth. Parking guide
    in terms of parking, white line parking is free, blue line parking is free, yellow line parking is free. Green parking Spaces and parking Spaces marked with disabled persons are only available to special groups. The charging method is self-service payment. When entering the parking lot, press the button to get the parking card. Then insert the parking card into the self-service payment machine and press the prompt to pay cash or swipe the card. Parking costs in the city range from 2 to 4 euros per hour. The parking penalty is about 100 euros.

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