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SIGN UP FOR THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE GUARDIA CIVIL TRAFICO

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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE GUARDIA CIVIL TRAFICO

Due to the phenomenal growth of their Facebook page, ‘N332‘, increasing from a handful of followers only a few weeks ago to now around 6,000 people interested in driving and traffic laws in Spain, the Guardia Civil officers behind the campaign have been asking their followers what else they would like to see in the future.

Having asked whether their followers would be interested in an eBook, magazine of other publication, they now have a clearer picture of how to develop the information source in the near future and beyond.

Firstly, they have found that many of the questions asked by new followers are duplicates of information they have already published. Therefore, they are now in the process of creating a new website where they will catalogue the articles which will then allow you to search and read through any of the information we have already posted.

Secondly, they have decided for now to set up a FREE newsletter, which they will send by email on a regular basis, probably monthly initially. You can sign up to be added to the mailing list by visiting the secure page on the website, http://n332.es/newsletter-signup/ or by sending an email to news@n332.es with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line.

The reason they have decided to provide the service for free is because they think it´s important to reach as many expats as possible, as they believe it is important that the information reaches as many people as possible and a free service is more likely to achieve this.

They are investing a lot of time in providing the service though and they hope to get donations from advertisers in the future in order to help raise money for charitable groups, to maintain the website and the newsletter.

The website is available now at www.n332.es, but there is still a lot of work to do on both the website and the newsletter, so they ask you to be patient, but once complete it will provide a valuable resource to accompany the Facebook page, where they promise to still remain interactive with you and respond to your questions.

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