PV Sans Frontières

November 7, 2013 by  

PV Sans Frontières, Twenty-five Member States of the European Union are concerned, only Ireland, the United Kingdom and Denmark refused to adopt this directive.

Specifically, the authorities of a State in which a motorist in another European country has committed an offense can now trace his trail through the registration file of his country to send him his ticket. Directive for eight offenses: speeding, failure to follow the wearing of seat belts, crossing a red light, driving while intoxicated and under the influence of drugs, failing to wear a helmet, traffic on one lane closed and illegally using a mobile phone while driving use. “In case of refusal to pay, the case will be forwarded to the authorities of the member state of residence of the offender, for review and payment of the fine,” said Road Safety in a statement.

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