Which country has the most traffic cameras and the most severe penalties?

Norway is the strictest nation when it comes to enforcing traffic rules, with huge penalties for those who exceed the speed limit or drive under the influence of alcohol.

A study by the research agency Zutobi reveals that Italy has the most traffic cameras on the continent, a total of 8,703. In second place is the United Kingdom with 4,014, more than twice less than the Italians.

Germany has 3,813 and France 2,406 traffic cameras.

The three countries have less than 100 cameras on their territory. Portugal has 98, Luxembourg 24, and Slovakia only 13 cameras on a total of 38,895 kilometers of roads.

As for fines, a fast ride on the highway will cost you at least 711 euros. This country also has the lowest speed limit when it comes to highways and it is 110 km / h.

The allowed amount of alcohol in the blood is 0.2 per mille, and if you exceed it, you will be fined at least 5,783 euros. Far behind Norway is the Netherlands with a fine of 186 euros for speeding, while in Italy you will pay 1,500 euros if you have too much alcohol in your blood.

The lowest fines are in Albania. Speeding is at least 20 euros, 8 euros will cost you if you use a mobile while driving and 175 euros you drive a car or motorcycle under the influence of alcohol.

Albania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland have the lowest tolerance for blood alcohol, and the limit ranges from 0 to 0.2 per mille.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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