In a statement, the National Republican Guard (GNR) said that during the operation, which took place between the 24th and 28th of April, 3,958 drivers were inspected.

During the 'Moto' operation, the GNR detected 161 infractions, 22 of which were due to speeding, 18 related to lighting, 17 to registration plates, 15 due to the use of non-regulatory systems, components, or accessories, 15 due to lack of insurance and nine related to tires.

Eight infractions relating to maneuvers were also detected, three infractions for lack or incorrect use of an approved helmet, seven for driving under the influence of alcohol, one for insufficient driving license, and one for technical features.

The operation took place on the main road axes, especially on access to the border with Spain due to the 'Moto GP Jerez 2024' event, in Jerez de La Frontera, Cádiz, which took place between April 26th and 28th.