Mario Lemina (4 Viewers)


s4tch

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Europe has some really harsh driving rules
it depends... usual european speed limits are pretty fair: 50 km/h (~31 mph) in populated areas like cities or villages, 90 km/h (~56 mph) on most roads, and 130 km/h (~81 mph) on most freeways. in hungary, they don't even fine you if your speed was less than 20 km/h over the speed limit on a freeway, and the fine for a moderate speeding (between 150-170 km/h, 93-106 mph) is around 30k local money, a bit over $100. and to get a ~$1000 fine, you have to drive over 240 km/h (150 mph) on a freeway with a speed limit of 130 km/h.

in some countries, fines are related to the person's salary. dunno about uk rules too much, but that might have influenced lemina's fine.
 

JuveJay

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He had the fine reduced to something like £2000 on a technicality.

And yes, the initial fine was down to his salary. You are fined a number of week's salary for various offences, on top of the standard penalty fine.
 

Wittl

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Marty

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I just got caught driving 66km/hrs (or was it 69?) in a zone limited to 50km/hrs with my 35yrs old crippled Vespa and I had to pay 600 swiss francs (=530euros).

It sucks, but I’m okay that driving over the limit causes expensive fines here, it‘s a dangerous shit thing.
Damn, that's expensive too. Never got a ticket myself, they're generally 200-300€ depending on conditions (not salary though).
 

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