Police began their nationwide day of action against speeding at 6am. Checks on roads all over Germany will continue for 24 hours.
Authorities are hoping to repeat the success of October 2013's "Blitzmarathon", which saw 83,000 speeders caught out.
Unterricht für die Kids heute auch am Lasermessgerät. Jason hat noch keinen mit zu hohem Tempo gemessen, sehr gut. pic.twitter.com/CeWLTpbqrk— PolizeiBerlinEinsatz (@PolizeiBerlin_E) 2014
Each state has published the locations where police will set up speed traps, although some websites appeared to be struggling with the number of motorists seeking information on Thursday.
Click on the name of your state to check where police will be measuring vehicles' speed.