The new, tighter rules for bans of fast Driving are set according to Bavaria's interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) is now nationwide for the time being, except for law enforcement. All countries were in agreement, said Herrmann on Thursday after an Unlock, the competent land Minister. Driving bans for speeding drivers, according to the new catalog of fines are not currently imposed in the majority of countries is for the time being, applied to the old catalog.
Since April, there is actually a new catalog of fines, according to a monthly loss of license already then threatening, if you are driving urban 21 kilometers per hour too fast or extra-urban 26 km/h too fast. Previously this was at the speed limit by 31 km/h in town and 41 km/h outside. Due to legal uncertainties, the Federal government had called on the countries, but not the least, once again the old catalog to apply. In the input formula, the law lacked a basis for the new bans.
in fact, the new regulations are now everywhere on the ice: it's Either the previous requirements of the old schedule of fines shall apply. Or, as in Thuringia, the penalties will not be completed according to the new catalogue at present: It will continue to be controlled, only the violations would be punished later, declared the country's Interior and the Ministry of infrastructure to the dpa request.
Because of the shape error in the new catalog of fines, tens of thousands of proceedings against traffic offenders stand alone in the state of Hesse to the test. Are affected according to the relevant government Presidium of Kassel over 60,000 cases at the Central fines office, would add more in the case of municipalities. "Ongoing penalty proceedings, which were conducted on the basis of the increased catalogue, will now be examined individually to ascertain whether they can be fully or at least partially taken back," said a spokesman for the Hesse Ministry of the interior on Thursday. The driver could come with impunity. Previously hessenschau.de had reported on the subject.Date Of Update: 09 July 2020, 14:20