The laws in Switzerland are clear and severe: Article 98a road traffic regulations: FORBIDDEN in any form, any device and any use. Even the app on your mobile phone you don’t use and only carry in your pocket. If caught, the police confiscates the device. The fine is up to 180 day rates. So 50,000 is theoretically possible.
Speeding is cheaper. Usually, I get caught by a covert mobile radar twice a year, most in suburban areas. 1-5 km/h too fast costs you 40 quid in general.
Last year they caught me on a B-road with 102 km/h. Long straight, wide road. Sunday morning, sunshine, deserted. 22 km/h too fast. Fine of CHF 780 plus 2 years probation. But I haven’t lost my big grin in my RS yet 😎
Revo Stage 1 – JCR super low seating frame – Mishimoto gas pedal spacer – DSC sport controller
I got in trouble in Basel for reversing into a parking place, apparently the offence was possibility of leaving soot on the wall from the exhaust, I usually reverse into parking spaces so there is a clear view when leaving, this is mandatory on quite a few Business locations in the UK as part of Safety procedures.
Also I was running a trying course at Liestal a few year back, Wednesday evening I walked into Liestal and found the bar was full of teenagers in military uniform with rifles, I did not know you could travel on public transport for free if you were attending mandatory military training And were in uniform, apparently the guys met up for a few drinks after training , I was stunned to say the least in the UK that would have been carnage by 11:00 pm.
I was so impressed with maturity, pride in what they were doing and their attitude I had a good chat and bought them all a beer.
Nitrous Blue – Forged Alloys – FMP375
Loads of car washing and waxing at the moment