An interesting selection from which you will learn:
where a drunken driving can pay with their lives,
where the fines are dependent on the income of the offender ...
Speeding more than 60 km / h from 115 € (depending on the size of the monthly income of the offender; known case of registration of a fine of € 170 000)
Drunk driving (over 0, 5, and less than 1, 2 ppm) - from € 90 (depending on the size of the monthly income of the offender) and disenfranchisement for 1-3 months; more than 1, 2 ppm - from € 360 (depending on the size of the monthly income of the offender), possibly imprisonment
Parking violations: € 10-40
Failure to use a seat belt: € 35 (fixed)
How to get to the red light: from € 64 (depending on the size of the monthly income of the offender)
Thousands of euros paid for speeding due to the fact that Finland puts the size of the fine depending on the income of the offender, rather, on his daily wage. The maximum penalty for violation of TR 116 000 euro was issued in 2001, the Finnish police Anssi Vanyoki, one of the top managers of the company Nokia. However, he was able to prove in court that his income is not so high, actually paying a fine of 6000 euros.
Millionaire Jussi Salonoya in 2004 fell into the Guinness Book of Records: driving on the Helsinki at 80 km / h permitted speed of 40 km / h. The police fined 170 000 euros, an appeal to the District Court reduced the amount to 100 000 euros.
Jari Sarasvuo in 2009 gazanul 150 000 euro and lost the rights for driving at a speed of 99 km / h on the road, where the speed is limited to 50 km / h. After clarification of the amount of income Sarasvuo paid ten times less than 15 000 euros. That is why everything is go carefully.
Speeding more than 60 km / h: up to £ 1,000 (£ 2,500 to the motorway)
Drunk driving (over 0, 8 ppm): £ 3000
Violation of the rules of parking: from £ 40
Failure to use a seat belt: up to £ 500
How to get to the red light: £ 1800