Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Fined DKK 17,500 on Monday: Now the police also have the car

On Monday of this week, the Central and West Zealand Police took the truck from a Polish driver with wrong papers. He has also been fined for the trouble.

The trap in traffic can hit particularly hard. Especially if you are a lorry driver with a root in the papers.

Central and West Zealand Police faced such a situation on Monday this week. In addition to a huge stall, law enforcement has also impounded the car.

This appears from the dog report .

Regarding the case, the police write that the Polish driver did not have the necessary permits to drive freight. Just as there were problems with the paperwork on 'other points'.

READ ALSO: Brand new BMW is illegal on all roads in Denmark

However, the police – or rather the treasury – did not get the fine straight away. The truck was therefore impounded. The driver doesn't get the car back, because he coughs up the total of DKK 17,500 that the stall says.

РOn that basis, the lorry was seized by the police until the necessary papers have been obtained and the fine has been paid, writes Midt- and Vestsjællands Police.

It is far from the first time that foreign motorists have received fines that must be paid on the spot if they want to be allowed to drive on.

Often, however, motorists cannot pay the very large stalls. And then the police – just like in this case in this case – keep the car.

Crazy drivers with foreign number plates have actually also happened. Among other things, a German man had to hand over his Audi A7 to the police on the Esbjerg motorway last year. The fact that the car has German license plates means nothing.

– It doesn't matter, and so are the ownership relationships. When you bark here in Denmark, Danish law applies, said Knud Reinholdt, head of the traffic police in the South and Sonderjyllands Police, at the time to JydskeVestkysten.

And then, of course, there is the matter of the Lamborghini, which was on its way from Germany to Norway, but which was stopped on the Hjorring motorway 'at least 228 km/h'.

The car has since been both confiscated and resold on behalf of the state. Now the new owner – a mere 27-year-old from Fynbo – is trying to find a more permanent home for the car. Read more about it here .

Read more exciting news from and about the world of cars right here!

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