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Driving Offence Abroad 12:27 - Apr 13 with 870 viewsAl_Bundy

Received a speeding ticket from France this week. Any loopholes to avoid paying the French Police fine?

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Driving Offence Abroad on 12:30 - Apr 13 with 867 viewsbluey_the_blue

Just reply "Brexit. Macron can fvck off".
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Driving Offence Abroad on 14:01 - Apr 13 with 782 viewsPegojack

You can ignore it - as long as you never plan to drive in France again!
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Driving Offence Abroad on 14:25 - Apr 13 with 752 viewsstevethejack

Driving Offence Abroad on 14:01 - Apr 13 by Pegojack

You can ignore it - as long as you never plan to drive in France again!


Or it was in a hire car
[Post edited 13 Apr 14:25]

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Driving Offence Abroad on 14:33 - Apr 13 with 744 viewssdh1412

There has been a recipricol agreement between the uk and europe for a couple of years now. Best to pay, otherwise it could get 'ugly'. It will be chased up by enforcement agents employed in this country.
I go to France quite often and partially cover my plates as they have as many cameras as the UK and theirs are far more sneaky. Barstewards !!
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Driving Offence Abroad on 14:34 - Apr 13 with 743 viewsHighjack

Just ignore it and take your inevitable arrest, extradition and execution like a man.

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Driving Offence Abroad on 14:39 - Apr 13 with 733 viewsJACKMANANDBOY

Presumably you got done for not travelling within a metre of the car in front at 130kph on the Autoroute.

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Driving Offence Abroad on 15:07 - Apr 13 with 705 views1983

Still waiting for my train fine from Copenhagen the day after we played Malmo
I might have given a Cardiff address by mistake

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Driving Offence Abroad on 15:49 - Apr 13 with 659 viewsSPboy

Driving Offence Abroad on 14:25 - Apr 13 by stevethejack

Or it was in a hire car
[Post edited 13 Apr 14:25]


IF it was a hire car expect to have to pay the fine AND a charge from the hire car company ... sadly that is based on experience
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Driving Offence Abroad on 16:38 - Apr 13 with 586 viewsAl_Bundy

It wasn't hire car or on the motorway. It was on a "D" road near Le Mans .

Apparently the French use collection agencies in the UK to collect fines if unpaid so looks like i'm stuffed on this.
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Driving Offence Abroad on 17:15 - Apr 13 with 548 viewsCooperman

Driving Offence Abroad on 14:25 - Apr 13 by stevethejack

Or it was in a hire car
[Post edited 13 Apr 14:25]


Can you explain this one to me?

I was flashed in a hire car a fortnight back so I’m expecting something through. Mind you it’s got to go from authorities to rental company to travel agent before it gets to me and that could take ages (and therefore be deemed as ignorance of the fine).

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Driving Offence Abroad on 18:37 - Apr 13 with 462 viewsPacemaker

Driving Offence Abroad on 17:15 - Apr 13 by Cooperman

Can you explain this one to me?

I was flashed in a hire car a fortnight back so I’m expecting something through. Mind you it’s got to go from authorities to rental company to travel agent before it gets to me and that could take ages (and therefore be deemed as ignorance of the fine).


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