Giant excitement recently in the circle of colleagues: An Italian tourist had received a payment request for "unauthorized driving in a restricted traffic zone" in Siena. 107 euros should cost that - every time. The vehicle had been photographed three times, within half an hour, at 18.42, 19.08 and 19.12. All in all, the Italian authorities wanted 321 euros. Apparently, the hotel of the colleague was in an area of the old town, where you could not be traveling by car. Apparently he had not noticed the prohibition signs at all.
Fines abroad: Do I have to pay for the fines from the Italian holiday?
From the holiday brings you nice memories and beautiful photos. Sometimes unfortunately also unsightly traffic tickets. The Italian authorities demand 321 euros. What to do?