you Have received a speeding ticket and maybe even a cut in the licence to run strong on a particular stretch of Guldborgsund, you should take to read from here. So it may be that the fine or the clip should not have been given.
the Police have been been made aware that there are issued fines on a wrong basis in relation to some speed measurements that are made in the period from January 2015 to 26. July 2019 on the line of light regulation by Guldborgsundcenteret in Guldborgsund and 300 metres back in the Brovejen in a westerly direction. These fines will now be repaid.
It informs Sydsjællands and Lolland-Falster Police in a press release.
On this road is the speed limit 60 km/h up to the light regulation on entry and exit to the Guldborgsundcenteret. But after the light regulation there was no proper sign with the speed limit of 60 km/h. This meant that the speed limit was actually 80 km/h on the stretch from the traffic light and 300 meters until the proper signage.
- the Police fotovogne have from January 2015 to 26. July 2019 and made a number of speed measurements, where the police mistakenly took as its starting point in a speed limit of 60 km/h, which rightfully was 80 km/h, writes the police in a press release.
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Politikredsen informs that all the road users who have got a wrong punishment for running too strong on the line in the period from January 2015 to 26. July 2019, will be automatically contacted by the police within 1. august 2020. It is therefore not necessary to contact the police of his own accord.
in the period issued a total of 456 incorrect fines, among other things, has resulted in 48 convictions. False cut and disqualification from driving as a result of fejlmålingen will also be corrected.
It is south Zealand and Lolland-Falster Police, which is responsible for the payment of money.
- We will work as quickly as we possibly can, but there is likely a certain processing time due to the number of cases, which carefully reviewed to rectify the error. Particularly if you have got a judgment, it can take a long time, as there are special procedures which must be observed when judgments need to be changed. But we are doing everything we can to rectify this error as soon as possible, and we regret very much the inconvenience, fejlmålingerne may have resulted, says the chief prosecutor Flemming Petersen.See also: So many were snatched in the police spritkontrol: - It is unacceptable