Do you have an unpaid traffic fine? Greek law is about to catch up with you

28 January 2016
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The Municipality of Athens is expected to send notes to 215,000 vehicle and motorbike owners that have remained unpaid for years. Road traffic fines and violations incurred from 2011 onwards mainly from 2011-2013 that have remained forgotten in dusty draws will not only be demanded but will also include extra fines for delays as the time frame for their payment has been long overdue.

Noteworthy is the fact that there were 160,000 fines until 2013, however the number of fines did not drop even though the Municipal Police had been abolished after that year.

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