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Switzerland in Speeding Crack down!
December 3, 2012
There is no joking when it comes to speeding in Switzerland, the country is cracking down on penalties that will be issued out to speedy's all around. The penalties could include anything from a large fine to automatic jail time. I know which one I would choose. So forget your average speeding ticket through the door, or a few points on your licence.

The Swiss are determined to ensure that if you are caught speeding, you will be doing hard time. So is it fair? How can you fathom where the punishment ends, If someone is speeding down the motorway at 200 mph or if someone has turned down a busy street just two over what they are allowed, will they be issued with the same punishments?

Sometimes people make mistakes, the urge to go that little bit faster so that you're not late for work, or without even realising it the speedometer is creeping up whilst you are talking to your children. With threats such as these it is highly likely that more people will be paying attention when it comes to zooming on the roads. The new rule comes into play from New Years Day 2013 and says that any drivers who are caught driving more than 70km in a 30m zone will be sent straight to prison for a period of atleast one year and could even be there for four. Speeders will allegedly also find themselves peering through the hard bars if they are caught doing more than 100km on a 50km street, or 200 km on a 120km highway.

At the moment the law of Switzerland ensures that speeders are given ticket fines which are fair depending on how much the offender earns. Past speeders have found themselves being issued tickets for 202,000 Euros and even once a one million Euro fine was put in place, though it was reduced sometime later.

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