Best and Worst Countries for Speeding, DWI, Parking Tickets
It might be hard to believe, but one of the worst places to get caught speeding in the world is Germany. Sure it has the Autobahn with its unlimited speeds but get pinched elsewhere and you could lose your license for a long period. That's the findings of Carmudi, an online car classified site that operates in 18 countries. Germany is not on its list, but if you get caught speeding there you could be fined up to $763 and lose you license for three months. (Of course that's nowhere near as bad as Sweden where a multi-millionaire was slammed with a $130,000 fine based on his income.) RELATED: See Photos of the Dubai Police Quadski Ghana is going to whack you hard for drunk driving violations, disobeying red lights and talking on the phone. Each time it could cost you $668. You're going to want to make sure you're not parked in a red zone in Tanzania. Parking fines there can set you back $150. This in a country where a civil engineer makes about $700 a month. One parking ticket could cost you 20% of your monthly gross pay. RELATED: See Photos of the Ariel Atom Police Car
But, on the bright side, there are some bargains to be had. In Pakistan, the cell phone fine while driving is only $3. Drunk driving in Pakistan is also only going to set you back $10. (Note to self: don't drive in Pakistan during happy hour.)
If you have a need for speed, forget the Autobahn. Head to Bangladesh. A speeding fine there is only going to set you back $4.
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