If you think you or one of your cars has been fined, you have a very simple way to find out. All you need is the license plate and a device connected to the Internet.
Check the outstanding fines with the car’s license plate or the name of a person is very simple and you can do it through the website of the General Directorate of Traffic.
The fastest way is through the miDGT App, a mobile application of said body. But for this you need to identify yourself and thus be able to access it. In addition, you can also choose other forms: face-to-face or telematics with or without identification. We tell you the process to complete all of them.
How to check pending fines with registration
Let’s focus on the topic that concerns us in this article: check the pending fines with the only data of a vehicle’s license plate. To do it online and without identification, follow these simple steps:
- go to the DGT official website.
- Click on the button Access the Electronic Office.
- Display the top menu FINES.
- then click Consultation of the Edictal Board of Sanctions.
- You are now on the Pending Fines Consultation page (TEU). Now click on without certificate.
- This icon takes you here, the traffic penalty finder called TESTRA.
- The only thing left for you to do is enter the license plate, the DNI or the name and surnames. You can even opt for the advanced search engine, in which you will be able to specify the search more.
You must bear in mind that in TESTRA only the fines that could not be delivered to a postal or electronic address. In addition, by not requiring identification, you can check the fines of any vehicle or person.
If you want to prevent other people from consulting your data or those of your vehicle, you can request it through the Excluded List.
In the event that a traffic fine pending payment appears, you can do so from the same Electronic Headquarters of the DGT by following these steps.
Other ways to check traffic tickets
As we have already told you, you can also consult the pending fines electronically by identifying yourself with digital certificate or [email protected]. In this case, the process is basically the same, but with the peculiarity that you are already previously identified.
It is also possible to consult the pending fines in a face-to-face at any Provincial Traffic Headquarters. Of course, unless you are over 65 years of age, it is essential that you first request an Appointment through the web or by calling 060.
Finally, you can check the fines that have been issued in the past or those that are pending through the miDGT App, mobile application in which you can also take your documentation in digital format and completely legal. In this case, the process is as follows:
- Go into MY FINESsection located in the side menu.
- Choose between the tabs SLOPES o PAID to access the information.