There is a European country, where fines for speeding have no cap. Find out which one it is below!
The reflection continues on the project of no longer deducting points from the driving license of motorists guilty of minor speeding! https://t.co/w2bQX7OYx4
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Nobody likes to be flashed. And due, the sanction is generally salty in the event of speeding, since in all the cases, one bails out of a fine of at least 90 € as well as a withdrawal of a minimum point. And this even in the event of a very small excess of less than 20 km/h in relation to the limitation. And if the government had considered the end of point withdrawals for this situation, nothing has yet been put in place. Much to the chagrin of drivers. Especially since the number of radars will increase sharply over the next few months, with the arrival in particular of new turret cabinscapable of verbalizing numerous offences.
Sometimes, it happens that a radar flashes a motorist in excess of speed, without this one receiving the PV! https://t.co/eNzBECUAIE ?utm_campaign=post-auto&utm_medium=twitter
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But whatever the speeding, and even if it becomes a misdemeanor when it exceeds the 50 km/h over the limit, the fine is capped. It cannot exceed €1,500 the first time, then €3,000 thereafter. But this is not the case everywhere. There is indeed a country located in Europe where the fines have no limit. it’s about the Finland, which applies a rather special sanction system. For example, it is possible to be fined €100,000 for driving over 25 km/h. But then, how is this possible? In reality, the country has a slightly different way of establishing the amount of penalties.
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As a policeman explained to our colleagues from France TV, ” if you have a good job, with a high amount, then the fine is higher. The minimum is 6 euros per day fine. But it can go up to thousands of euros“. For example, driving at 99 km/h on a road limited to 50 km/h corresponds to a 27-day fine. The amount then varies according to the salary. A day fine is the equivalent of half a working day, so there is no maximum amount in this Scandinavian country.
An automatic speed camera on the RD 137 in St Sulpice d’Arnoult has in recent days scared motorists, flashed while they were respecting the speed limit!
This radar was under maintenance. There will therefore be no verbalization. Thanks to whistleblowers!
– Charente-Maritime Gendarmerie (@Gendarmerie_017) September 16, 2021
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