Here’s why you should always pay your traffic fines from the EU, even after Brexit

After an idyllic trip travelling continental Europe by car, nothing says welcome home like a traffic fine.

Unfortunately, if you do commit a violation, it’s not uncommon to receive a notification several months after your holiday.

Many people think that having left the country you were visiting, the fine can be ignored – especially now that the UK has left the EU.

But not paying up can have serious consequences both back home and for future trips to the bloc.

What happens if you get a traffic fine in the EU?

If you commit a driving offence abroad, the fine does not simply get forgotten when you return home.

Within the EU, driver details can

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