Traffic Fine in Denmark

by Simon

Hi, I've just read the article on traffic fines and it says I can get 50% off the fine if I earn less than 125k a year which I do and the fine I got is a high one, so Im just wondering how do I go about this, is there a number I need to call? Thanks

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by: Charlie

You have to contact the local police station in the area you got the ticket. They have a form you fill out and you have to bring along proof of your income for the last year. There is no guarantee that the fine will be reduced, especially if you were flagrantly breaking the law, which sounds like it might be the case here if it was large fine. Maybe you should be a little bit more careful when driving, slow down, be a considerate driver - you will live longer and save a whole lot of money.

P.S. To all drivers in Denmark, the motorways in Denmark are not the autobahn. If you want to drive like a maniac go to Germany and leave the roads in Denmark alone. 80 means 80 kph, 110 means 110kph, etc. If you do not like those speeds than go around and stay off peoples bumpers. You will get where you are going without having to drive like you are in a video game. For those who get fines, learn your lesson quickly or at least leave the roads alone for the people who drive responsively. You should drive as if a police officer was behind you at all times.

Soon Denmark will have speed cameras all over the country and the people to blame for this will be all the drivers who speed and drive poorly. You want to keep the cameras out of Denmark, than clean up your driving habits and there will no incentive to place cameras on our roads. You are the ones responsible for speed cameras coming to Denmark.

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