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  1. #2636
    Quote Originally Posted by DrPoon  [View Original Post]
    Don't tell me that placing an innocent strip of duct tape over a few numbers on the plate might be a problem?
    Try that. Will be a fun experience with the Swiss police when they find out.

  2. #2635
    Quote Originally Posted by HornyHarry  [View Original Post]
    Just remember that if you happen to be driving in Switzerland, having software on your TomTom (or even smartphone apps) which warns about the location of speed cameras is illegal.
    Don't tell me that placing an innocent strip of duct tape over a few numbers on the plate might be a problem?

  3. #2634
    Quote Originally Posted by CharliesAngels  [View Original Post]
    Any suggestions to which city is better for the FKK scene Stuttgart are Frankfurt. ? I've noticed Frankfurt has a few in the surrounding area and also seen their website. Any suggestions by experience would appreciated.

    Thank you!
    FRA much better and NRW better still.

  4. #2633
    What are they going to do? Dig through my app to find the camera settings? It's a Navi app. What reasons would they find to warrant the dig? I don't see it happening.

    The app is legally sold in the playstore. It is primarily a Navi app and has settings to detect cameras.

  5. #2632
    Quote Originally Posted by HornyHarry  [View Original Post]
    To the best of my knowledge: yes, the Swiss police are allowed to each your phone for apps which contain the location of speed cameras.
    No. If your phone is locked. There is nothing Swiss police can do to search it.

  6. #2631
    Any suggestions to which city is better for the FKK scene Stuttgart are Frankfurt. ? I've noticed Frankfurt has a few in the surrounding area and also seen their website. Any suggestions by experience would appreciated.

    Thank you!

  7. #2630
    Quote Originally Posted by BigBuddy69  [View Original Post]
    OK, but are they allowed to check the apps of your phone? That's the same situation in France but cops are not allowed to search your phone.
    To the best of my knowledge: yes, the Swiss police are allowed to each your phone for apps which contain the location of speed cameras.

  8. #2629
    OK, but are they allowed to check the apps of your phone? That's the same situation in France but cops are not allowed to search your phone.

  9. #2628
    Quote Originally Posted by PussyLiccker  [View Original Post]
    That's right. The fine is tied to the vehicle's registration, which is tied to the rental company. Since they have your home address, they will send you statement asking you to pay the fees. Even the US rental companies will ask for admin fees for negligent toll fees, etc.

    My TomTom app catches 99% of speed cams, and seems to be up to date pretty much all the time except one instance one cam popped up as I was leaving Aca(which was noted soon after). My last trip, it picked up every camera, and there are a lot more cameras now a days. It's funny you see other cars slowing down as they are approaching the camera as well. Placement locations of these cams change as well. You never know where a new one will pop up.

    You find them in various places, Autobahns, in the towns, bridges, etc..
    Just remember that if you happen to be driving in Switzerland, having software on your TomTom (or even smartphone apps) which warns about the location of speed cameras is illegal.

  10. #2627
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    I found a company called TransferWise that would do it for a US $3 fee. They handled the currency conversion and included the fee. In the end it cost about US $14 and was in the bank today. It was really painless. Again, thanks for all of the help.
    Transferwise is highly recommended, with low fees and good exchange rate. I have found nothing as good for transferring to a foreign bank account. I didn't mention before since companies/systems in my country are often not relevant for US citizens

  11. #2626
    Quote Originally Posted by TransAtlantic  [View Original Post]
    Rental company is not legally responsible for a speeding ticket the moment they provided renter's name to authorities; the rental company will NOT blacklist you regardless of what you do with the ticket. If it is a small fine and authorities see that you are not based out of Europe, they would likely write it off.
    That's right. The fine is tied to the vehicle's registration, which is tied to the rental company. Since they have your home address, they will send you statement asking you to pay the fees. Even the US rental companies will ask for admin fees for negligent toll fees, etc.

    My TomTom app catches 99% of speed cams, and seems to be up to date pretty much all the time except one instance one cam popped up as I was leaving Aca(which was noted soon after). My last trip, it picked up every camera, and there are a lot more cameras now a days. It's funny you see other cars slowing down as they are approaching the camera as well. Placement locations of these cams change as well. You never know where a new one will pop up.

    You find them in various places, Autobahns, in the towns, bridges, etc..

  12. #2625
    Quote Originally Posted by BigBuddy69  [View Original Post]
    Don't you have some european friend who can do it for you? Bank transfers are free inside Europe.
    Actually a friend in this thread offered to do it, but I didn't want to bother him.

    Quote Originally Posted by HornyHarry  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, it sucks having to pay $30 for a international transfer, but look at it this way: you got away with a cheap 10 Euro speeding ticket. All together it will cost you plus minus $25 + $30 + E10, which is roughly the entry level price of a speeding ticket in The Netherlands, France or Belgium.
    I found a company called TransferWise that would do it for a US $3 fee. They handled the currency conversion and included the fee. In the end it cost about US $14 and was in the bank today. It was really painless. Again, thanks for all of the help.

  13. #2624
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    Thanks, this is what I needed. There is an IBAN number and I am looking online how to make a payment. The letter had a paragraph about online payment but nothing about HOW to do it.

    edit: Ugh, looks like my bank will charge me $30 for the wire transfer. Anyway, thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I'll explore other alternatives
    You're welcome.

    Yeah, it sucks having to pay $30 for a international transfer, but look at it this way: you got away with a cheap 10 Euro speeding ticket. All together it will cost you plus minus $25 + $30 + E10, which is roughly the entry level price of a speeding ticket in The Netherlands, France or Belgium.

  14. #2623
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    Thanks, this is what I needed. There is an IBAN number and I am looking online how to make a payment. The letter had a paragraph about online payment but nothing about HOW to do it.

    edit: Ugh, looks like my bank will charge me $30 for the wire transfer. Anyway, thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I'll explore other alternatives
    Don't you have some european friend who can do it for you? Bank transfers are free inside Europe.

  15. #2622
    Quote Originally Posted by Banana Boi  [View Original Post]
    25 euro is the Administration fee from Hertz since you got a ticket. The 10 euro is the actual speeding ticket you need to pay. You still need to pay this.

    My question is has anyone even been denied car rental because they never paid their speeding tickets?
    Rental company is not legally responsible for a speeding ticket the moment they provided renter's name to authorities; the rental company will NOT blacklist you regardless of what you do with the ticket. If it is a small fine and authorities see that you are not based out of Europe, they would likely write it off.

    Quote Originally Posted by DrPoon  [View Original Post]
    I always take it through the inspection return and make sure the person checking it gives the OK. Then I return to the rental counter and get a copy of the receipt showing no damages. Then after that, I change the credit card number by canceling it as a lost card so that way all charges after the date of return will not go through. This includes all the photo radar administrative charges.

    Then if the card annual fee is coming due, I file an online claim just in case. Then prior to the annual fee coming due I cancel the card.

    If nothing comes in the mail then no news is good news. If something comes then I file a dispute with the credit card and have gotten all my photo radar administrative charges deleted this way. I also got a free rental day by disputing a day once. I had to save the roadside assistance sheet I received when they came to jump the car. I also remembered I could have push started it due to the manual transmission instead. My phone somehow drained the batter and it needed a jump start. I never had a batter drained by a phone before so the battery must have been too weak for the car.
    Are you serious? Why don't you just declare the card as lost the same day your drive off the rental car lot and check-in at the hotel? That way you can dispute the entire car rental charge and hotel charge as well. If you can't afford €25 admin fee, you should stay home. That will get you blacklisted by the rental company eventually.

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