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Old 05.08.2020, 17:04
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Re: 10+ kmh over limit in France and Suisse in 1 week.

Swiss speeding tickets that are not for egregious speed violations (at least, all those that I've ever received) say something like "if you pay this in XX days, the fine will stay anonymous".
My assumption is that the process is: police sends this letter and it is basically a "we know that car with X plate was speeding. If we magically receive money within next Y days, the story ends here. Otherwise we will kick off the real process, figure out who was driving, etc.".
So I think that, as long as you pay them quickly - you as a driver will have no violations on the record. Only your car does (and you as car owner do) and the driver could've been anyone - so these fines can not come down hunting you one day even if accumulated.
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