The world’s biggest car penalty

Today we know the biggest car fine in the world. Consider the second and third place of this anti-rating. Forward!
Three leaders

3) a millionaire from Finland

His name is Jussi Salome. One day he drove in Helsinki at a speed of 80 km/h, thus exceeding the maximum permissible speed by as much as 40 kilometers.

This European state is known for the fact that fines depend on the material welfare of the violator. Which played against Jussi.

The millionaire was issued a fine for the amount of 170 thousand euros.
Yussi Salome
Yussi Salome

2) a millionaire from Switzerland

Swiss on his car Ferrari drove on the highway at a speed of 137 km/h. It would seem to be a paltry figure for such a machine. On that road speed is allowed only 80 km per hour.

The owner of the Sportstool received a fine of 200 000 in Swiss currency (at that time in the transfer to dollars it was $290 thousand.
Ferrari Testarossa
Ferrari Testarossa

1) Swedish citizen

This man has a world record on fines for speeding. He had the courage to «ride » on his Mercedes under the camera at a speed of 290 km/h. The road had an admission speed of 120 km per hour.

The state prosecutor demanded that a fine of 1 000 000 dollars be charged to a 37-year-old citizen!

A little more about the fines of Europe

It is not the first time in our examples falls Germany. Let’s consider it this time.

This country has a special system of fines accounting. If the driver gets a penalty, he not only pays the sum of money, but also gets «points » in the special statistics. She was nicknamed «the Files of Sinners».

The score limit in this statistic is 18. If this figure is reached, the citizen deprived the driver’s license, it is possible to return it only after passing very difficult and expensive process. One of the stages of the process is psychological examination.

There are about 7 million of them in the «Kartoteku». Motorists of Germany, that is, every seventh citizen with driving rights.

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