Dutch police stopped fining people and it has cost the government 66 Million Euros in 5 months

The police actions for a better collective agreement are advantageous for motorists with heavy feet. Speeding drivers will only be fined when they drive 30 km/h faster then allowed.

Many police officers refuse to write out tickets for minor offenses. Including speeding tickets. The collective conflict cost the state treasury thus far certainly 66 million Euros.

“It is not the intention that road users see this as a license to drive too hard”, the rural unit warns the Dutch population. “They should also keep in their mind that not all radar join teams will join the action. So you can still get a ticket.”

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