Ok now i was in France the previous weekend and was running late to make it for the euro tunnel back. So i stepped on the accelerator and drove above the speed limit. WAZE didnt show me any speed cameras so i didnt bother to check the road signs.
Now i believe i have gone past a number of speed cams above the limit.
I am worried of what to do if i receive fines at home.
What will happen if i dont pay it??
Not proud of speeding but i did commit the stupid act. 🙁
A little background information. In June 2017 I was “blitzed” two times in Germany and one time in Switzerland while visiting friends and family. Sure enough, I received three emails and three letters in the mail from Enterprise Germany. I have waited months without receiving any citations from the local authorities from where I was speeding. Worried, I emailed the Enterprise Ordungswidrigkeiten department in the email addressing my concern with the Ordungswidrigkeiten numbers hat I have received from them. I have never heard back from them. I also called the Enterprise support number here in the states with all the information and my concerns and yet said they would reach out to their European headquarters. So now being 2019 and I have never heard back with multiple attempts trying to get this resolved unsuccessfully. I am planning on going back and renting a car this summer. I don’t know what else to do or what consequences I will face when I enter Germany. By the way, I am a dual national (German/American) if there are any additional consequences when I enter the country with my German passport.
Not sure if this is in fact the right section- I only have basic knowledge of working with website stuff that is self taught and I would consider myself extremely beginner.
That being said I have been noticing my web traffic going down over the past few months and I have now dropped from 1000 page views a day to 200-400. I have been reading around and some things have pointed to Google ranking sites based on mobile optimization and speedy loading times.
I dropped my home page url:…
Speeding up website for better rankings
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has been cited for driving in excess of 100 mph on McKnight Road. According to police, Brown was heading south when he was pulled over between Babcock Boulevard and the Parkway. The posted speed limit in that area is 45 mph. Officers were responding to a bank robbery at McCandless Crossing when they spotted a Porsche traveling at a high rate of speed and pulled it over. He was cited for reckless driving.