The new traffic rules in force since 28. April. Many drivers criticize the high penalties - the Minister of transport Scheuer now wants to address some.Many motorists criticize the high fines of the new fine catalog. The Minister of transport Scheuer rowing back now and wants to defuse some of the rules. Some of the penalties were "disproportionate" and the "sense of Justice", the motorist should be restored.
It was to be expected that many drivers will be with the new traffic rules of the highway code Reform do not agree. In addition to additional protection for cyclists, this includes overruns, especially stricter penalties for speed. Anyone who exceeds the speed Limit, you must now expect faster with a driver's license deprivation than was previously the case. The automobile club of mobile in Germany and even speaks of a "driving-event". After the changes have been heavily criticised for rowing back, transport Minister Andreas Scheuer now and wants to defuse some of the rules* again.
New traffic rules of the StVO amendment to be "excessive"
Like the German news Agency dpa reported, work-shy, and the Ministry is already working on a Revision of the fine catalog*. Especially the regulation, that urban is in danger of 21 km/h and extra urban areas at 26 km/h over the speed Limit of the licence , considered "disproportionate" . Numerous motorists were criticised heavily - referenced to the mobile in Germany, launched a Petition* with the title " license-trap of the StVO amendment to undo". This has now reached over 150,000 Supporting (Stand 18. May).
The adjustment to ensure that the " sense of Justice " the motorist is restored, it says. How exactly this should be done, is not described in Detail. The Ministry, however, would have already informed the States about it, and this with a view to approval.
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ADFC vehemently against renewed loosening of the rules of the road
the Petition is now likely to be an adaptation of the new fine catalog, criticized strongly the General German Bicycle Club (ADFC). In a press release, the ADFC Chairman Ulrich Syberg explained that the deterrent exceeded the fines for such a high speed is essential to protect people in the cities in front of the racers. If the penalties are again mild, it would give motorists that drive in a 30 Zone with a speed of 58 km/h without the need to count with a loss of license. "Speed limits are completely ineffective, if the excess is not sanctioned hard is," said Syberg.
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