A Speeding Ticket In France Really Hertz

What happens if one rents a car and gets a Speeding ticket in France, yet is not a resident of that country? How much money will be the actual fine? Does it go straight to one’s credit card? Can one simply not pay the fine? If not, what are the legal and financial ramifications? Does it matter whether the car rental company is Hertz — as it is in this case — or another car rental company, or even where the car is registered?

There is one trick that might work where one can ultimately avoid having to pay the fine, but the ethics in doing so could be considered by some FlyerTalk members to be questionable at best…

2 thoughts on “A Speeding Ticket In France Really Hertz”

  1. Don says:

    UK drivers get a fine, just like anyone else. They’re not above the law. Yes, your credit card is normally debited to pay the fine.

  2. Don says:

    UK drivers get a fine, just like anyone else. They’re not above the law. Yes, your credit card is normally debited to pay the fine.

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