Swiss Speeding Fine
Hmmm… I suspect that if it was a different country with a more laid back police force, say France or Spain, then most of the replies would have been “ignore it”. I can just see the Swiss locking the information away for the rest of eternity though and so the chequebook will have to come out.Posted 8 years agomieszkoMember
My mum was visiting my sister in Melbourne. My sister had enough points for speeding so kindly asked if she could tell my mum was driving her car. All ok. Mum went back home, and after about 3-4 weeks she got a speeding fine posted to her house in Poland all the way from Australia 🙂 That’s efficency 😉 Probably cost them more to find out my mums address than the fine itself. My sister paid it in the end but avoided the points.
The thing with the hire company charging Your credit card might be right, as probably You are not the first person that got a speeding fine driving a hire car. I would probably pay it as well for peace of mind, after all You did brake the law by speeding… Maybe wait for a better exchange rate and then pay 😉Posted 8 years agonuttysquirrelSubscriber
Hey Juan, that’s not fair, the French police are pretty laid back…when it’s between around 1230 and 1400 because you don’t see them – for some reason their cars are always parked outside restaurants. Wanna speed in France? Try around these times!
And lister – is that really the case? If all I had to do to live in Switzerland was to get done for speeding then I’m going there right now to see what I can do.Posted 8 years ago
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