Spanish drivers spend hours and billions in traffic
Some Spanish drivers spend more than a full day per year sitting in traffic jams, and in total spend billions of euros in fuel to find parking.
Some Spanish drivers spend more than one full day a year sitting in traffic jams, with the national average being 17 hours.
Residents of Barcelona were backed up for 25 hours on average in 2014, a report from a driving data company reveals.
In Madrid, drivers weren’t far behind, kicking their heels in queues for 21 hours.
Spaniards spend 16 percent of their fuel looking for a parking space at an annual cost to motorists of EUR 3.9 billion.
Another study by driving app Wazypark showed Spanish students spend more than seven hours a month looking for a place to park.