- French speeding fine
It was in July, I thought I was being careful too, although I was running late for the train in Nice
I did go the wrong way down a one way street (for about 10m it was under a bridge) as tomtom was telling me to go that way and I was already late. I didn’t want to risk it re routing me miles away. Looked for cameras and police there and thought it must have been that at first 😳
Yes, I was wrong to do it :p
Yes it was a hire car. Already had a €35 ‘admin charge’ from the nice people at Avis for what amounted to them handing my address to the french policePosted 4 years agoianvMember
Yes it was a hire car. Already had a €35 ‘admin charge’ from the nice people at Avis for what amounted to them handing my address to the french police
You will pay it one way or the other, it is probably going to be cheaper to do it direct rather than letting the hire company do it and charge another admin fee.Posted 4 years agoluffy105Subscriber
Pay it. If they have you in the system you will flag eventually at a port of entry. Sea or air.
I had the same in Switzerland 10 years ago. Ignored it and got pulled at Geneva airport. I was given two options. £1200 fine or 12 days in jail. Had to pay the fine immediately, was gutted.Posted 4 years ago
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