€3000 fine and seizure of the vehicle if they stop you like this: it’s happening to everyone

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A fine of 3,588 euros is foreseen, with the seizure of the vehicle if the highway code is not respected and in particular an article that many do not take into consideration and underestimate, but which is actually very important.

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Before driving any vehicle, you should familiarize yourself with the rules of the highway code, because they are constantly updated.

A trivial mistake can cost dearly, so let’s find out what the consequences of a gesture can be which at first glance does not seem to be so serious, but which is actually much more.

The rules of the Highway Code must be respected, that’s why

In our country, as well as in the rest of Europe, there are such strict rules that have to do with the number plates of vehicles, both cars and motorcycles of any engine capacity, public or heavy transport.

Failure to comply with these rules will result in a fine of €3000 and seizure of the vehicle if it does not meet a fundamental requirement. All cars on the road must meet the requirements established by law.

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So they must have insurance, the driver must have paid the car tax every year, they must be inspected once a year. Then of course the license plate must not be missing, always visible and in excellent condition.

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What happens if you don’t align with the European Union rules

In this regard, unfortunately, it must be said that there are those who go around covering the license plate to prevent it from turning out that the vehicle is not insured, or to evade checkpoints at checkpoints or speed cameras and tutors placed around the streets inside and out of the country.

Then there are also those who modify the license plate with adhesive tape or with a felt-tip pen, to hide the fact that in reality the vehicle is registered abroad and it is not in order in Italy.

Anyone coming from abroad, but has Italian residence and is in possession of a vehicle registered in other States, has up to 90 days or 3 months to register it with the PRA and then install the Italian license plate.

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Those who do not comply with European regulations, by their own choice, to save on taxes, despite having been resident in the country for three months, risk receiving a fine ranging from 700 up to €3000 with the seizure of the vehicle. The release of the same can be requested by the owner only after that he arranged the documents and proceeded to put it in order.