2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 15:44
Drivers should keep to the speed limit when abroad. If you don't do it and run into a speed trap, you have to dig deep into your wallet. Since October 2010 fines can also be enforced in Germany.
Automobile holiday travelers now also have to drive more quietly abroad. Because since October 2010 fines can also be enforced in Germany. And that can be expensive. Anyone who is 20 km / h too fast in Italy must expect a fine of 160 euros or more, and even a third more at night.
The Italians kindly warn of the respective speed controls with signs. "Section Control" measurements are also carried out there. A possible excess speed is calculated based on the average speed. The same applies to the Netherlands and Austria. Here, however, the tempo sinners like to be flashed from behind. Up to 2 180 euros can cost 50 km / h too much in Austria. With our Dutch neighbors, the fine starts at 115 euros for 20 km / h too much.
In Switzerland, razors are particularly clever when it comes to their wallets. Here, in addition to the "Section Control" measurement, the guard rail is flashed. The 20 over km / h costs at least 120 euros. But it is not only the Swiss who use the crash barriers. The French, who, by the way, are gradually dismantling the speed camera warning signs, also use this technology. If you get caught too much at over 50 km / h, you can pay up to 1,500 euros here. (mid)