Speeding Fines Increased

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The government accepted the draft published at the beginning of August, in which the amounts of traffic administrative fines will increase significantly from September 1st, writes business daily Világgazdaság.

While previously only a draft, the amendment to the decree has been published in the latest official gazette Magyar Közlöny, so that from September these amounts will be included in addition to the penalty items.

This means that the penalties for speeding per speed lane increase by 30%.

The lightest fines will increase from HUF 30,000 to HUF 39,000, while the heaviest one goes from HUF 300,000 to HUF 390,000. 

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