Radar detectors and speed camera apps abroad

Blitzen abroad: Who uses a radar detector, may end up in jail.

R Regularly look organize many federal states in a large-scale community action called flash marathons, so far most recently in April 2015. Since then, boom Blitzer apps like Blitzer.de. While avenges their use in Germany with only 75 euros fine and one point in Flensburg, radar detectors are banned altogether, the small black boxes can be confiscated. Anyone who is now on the way to the summer vacation, should check in advance whether he can use speed camera apps and radar detector – because sometimes land owners of a radar detector in foreign jail.

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Radar detectors: These penalties will Abroad

Belgium

Belgium imposed heavy fines that are doubled if you have you already caught with a radar detector. The unit will be destroyed.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fines, imprisonment

Navi or app Warning: Allowed

Bulgaria

Something a little more to Bulgaria. While radar detectors are prohibited, but it threatens no more than a fine.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Denmark

With substantial fines must all be expected to use the radar detector in Denmark – and are caught.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Finland

In Finland you can a radar detector does not even carry – on usage to mention. High fines are the result.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

France

France also prohibits the carrying of radar detectors. If the unit is permanently installed, threatening the confiscation of the car.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine, feed the device, possibly vehicle impoundment

Navi or app Warning: Allowed

Latvia

In Latvia you need to change when using the radar detector on fines.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Lithuania

Also in Lithuania coming in the use of radar detectors fines to you. The police collected the device also.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fine collection of device

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Luxembourg

Especially hairy when it comes to small neighbors in the West: In Luxembourg, imposed up to 5,000 euros fine. In addition, prison terms of one week up to one year threatens.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine, feed the device, imprisonment

Navi or app Warning: Allowed

Netherlands

In the Netherlands, you must say goodbye to 250 euros and the radar detector.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fine collection of device

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Norway

Norwegian law enforcers require up to 10,000 crowns (about 1,100 euros). They also confiscate the device may.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine, collection of the device

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Austria

Austria also no sense of humor when it comes to radar, high fines and confiscation are the result. Also Blitzer apps you should not use.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine, collection of the device

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Poland

In Poland you can not even carry a radar detector – one exception: The device is still packed. In addition, fines threaten.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Romania

Only devices that interfere with Blitzer, are prohibited. All other types of radar detectors have been allowed.

Radar Detectors: Allowed

Penalties: none

Navi or app Warning: Allowed

Sweden

2,000 crowns (about 200 euros) and a sentence of up to six months may be the consequence of the use of a radar detector.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fines, imprisonment

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Switzerland

Bad news for traffic offenders in Switzerland: There, the police officers drag the unit to impose heavy fines and threaten detention. Also Navis with warning function seized it.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fine collection of the device, imprisonment

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Serbia

This summer we go to Serbia? Let your radar detector better at home. Instead, use a GPS with speed camera feature. Otherwise threaten up to 321 euro fine and a prison sentence up to one month.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fines, imprisonment

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Slovakia

In Slovakia, you may not use radar detectors still carry. High fines are the consequence.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Slovenia

In Slovenia you may not use radar detectors. but more than a fine will not apply to you.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Spain

Do not use a radar detector, otherwise threaten fines. Navis with Blitzer warning are allowed.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: fine

Navi or app Warning: Allowed

Czech Republic

Czech Republic really skin on the plaster: 200,000 crowns (about 7,300 euros) button the police officers you here for the use of radar detectors from.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Turkey

If you run the (extended) vacation trip to Turkey, possibly heavy fines for the use of radar detectors come to you. But nothing more.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Hungary

In Hungary, the police claiming the device and imposes heavy fines.

Radar Detectors: forbidden

Penalties: substantial fine

Navi or app with alarm: forbidden

Radar detector abroad: Up to 7,000 euro fine

Is your next vacation to Romania? Excellent choice. You may use your speed camera detector without restriction, whether as an app or in the form of a separate device. A few hundred kilometers to the west looks already quite different: Leader’s unquestioned Czech Republic: 200,000 crowns (about 7,400 euros) there costs the use of a radar detector in the worst case. But also in Western Europe it is sometimes to the point: In Belgium, Luxembourg, Sweden, Serbia and Switzerland, the holiday ends with radar detectors quickly in jail. Many countries confiscate radar detectors. In Austria, the use of speed camera apps is even prohibited. But one thing that all countries in common: Radarstörgeräte to neutralize speed cameras are taboo.

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Radar detector or speed camera app: This is what our neighbors

While traditional radar detectors are banned and police officers this – also in Germany – may seize, the situation is different in the speed camera apps from country to country. In France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Spain you must use at least Navis with camera alerts in the form of points of interest.

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Up to 10 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) up to 10 km / hour: 15 €

11-15 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (also for 30-Zone) 11-15 km / h: 25 Euro

16-20 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) 16-20 km / h: 35 Euro

21-25 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) 21-25 km / h: 80 euros, 1 point

26-30 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) 26-30 km / h: 100 Euro, 1 point

31-40 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) 31-40 km / h: 160 €, 2 points, 1 Month ago ban

41-50 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) 41-50 km / h: 200 €, 2 points, 1 Month ago ban

51-60 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) 51-60 km / h: 280 €, 2 points, 2 months driving ban

61-70 km / h too fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) 61-70 km / h: 480 €, 2 points, 3 months driving ban

More than 70 km / h fast

Within built-up areas (including 30-zone) over 70km / hour: 680 €, 2 points, 3 months driving ban