I'm going to Iceland later this summer which is a beautiful county and I'm very excited about it. The only problem is the roads look like this: and the speed limit is 90 km/h / 56 mph. The fines for speeding are absolutely ludicrous. Like nearly $500 for 11 km/h (6.7 mph) over on a road like that. I obviously don't plan of speeding too much because by the looks of it you'll be publicly beheaded for what I would usually drive on a road like that in New Mexico, but I'm kind of worried I'll accidentally go 11 km/h over and double the price of my vacation. Does anybody have any knowledge of radar frequencies or speed camera locations? I'll be doing the ring road and Golden Circle. The only information I could find was this thread: "After traveling the entire Ring Road with my Redline I only ran into radar two times outside of the Reykjavik area. Both were Ka band radars and detection range was better than two miles in each case. Even in Reykjavik radar encounters were few and far between. In all cases the police radar was in constant transmit mode. All speed cameras do not use radar in any of the bands the Redline can detect. I'm not sure what method they use. As far as I know every camera is marked by a sign prior to you driving in front of it. With the exception of the tunnels in the mountains the only speed cameras on the island are within 100 km of Reykjavik and along the Golden Circle Route. From what I was told some of these may no longer be in working order. "