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What happens: Now it becomes complicated, and, potentially, expensive. If you lodge an appeal with a prefect, which is easier, you may lose and be ordered to pay double the fine. And appeals to Italian prefects are, I’m told, rarely successful.
The fine collection agencies, from what I’ve seen, tend to advise people to appeal to prefects.
Section 2 below is merely supporting information which may or may not prove useful With thanks to Al who has been throwing lots of information and documents at me recently – I hope I’ve managed to summarise the situation succinctly, and, more to the point, accurately. For those who do not have i Phones, try or uk for GPS speed camera detectors – but before you buy something, make sure it will work in Italy.
Note that the older type ‘radar detectors’ are illegal in most European countries, and you will be fined if you are caught using one.
See the section Road Use City center hotels should know about the existence of these passes, as should car rental companies.
Having one of these passes should help you avoid these pesky fines. Please read Section 1 BEFORE leaving a comment – thanks!
What this means is that by ignoring, not paying or not appealing fines for driving offences in Italy you may cause yourself problems if you come to Italy again and attempt to rent a car.If, by chance, someone has read this post, the comments, and then decided not to pay, then do not blame me if you end up with problems as a result.Any and all advice I have provided to others has been and is provided informally – I am not an authority, and have not made any claim to be.Legal fees alone are likely to exceed the amount of any fine.Note first, and as I mentioned at the start of this section, the time the Italian authorities have to send out fines is changing – but one crucial aspect is not – the statutory time limit – which is the length of time which passes before a case can no longer be perused under Italian law.