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Proposed New Traffic Fines – Cyprus

The bill is expected to be submitted to the Cyprus House of Representatives before the end of the year. Under the regulations suggested, all offences related to serious infringements of the law are to be heavily penalised, with the aim of curbing road traffic incidents.

For speed, the fine of one euro per kilometer per hour and up to 2 penalty points is proposed to be increased to €5 per kilometer per hour and 4 penalty points. For offenders driving over 50% of the speed limit it is proposed to increase the fine to €5 per kilometer per hour as well as a penalty increase from 3 to 6. Offenders driving over 75% of the speed limit are currently being punished with an extra fine of €3 per kilometer per hour as well as 3-6 penalty points. It is proposed to increase the fine to to €5 per kilometer per hour as well as increase the penalty points from 4 to 8.

If a Cyprus car driver is arrested for speeding and drink driving or is under the influence of drugs, a sentence of imprisonment of up to 4 years or a fine of up to €15,000 is being proposed. In the event that the offence is repeated within a period of 3 years, the above penalties are doubled as well as the deprivation of the driving license from 2 to 12 months. Fines for driving a motorcycle without a helmet or a car without a seat belt are being increased from €85 to €300 plus 3 to 6 penalty points. The use of mobile phones while driving is being raised to €300 while 5-10 penalty points can also be imposed. For traffic light offences, fines are being increased from €85 to €200 and the initial penalty points of 2 to 4 are being increased to 3 to 6. Parking in disabled parking spaces and sidewalks is being changed from €85 to €150. The Cyprus car driver had better start to improve on their driving habits or face heavy penalties!

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1 Comment

  • Robert| 15th March 2019 at 10:48 pm Reply

    The sooner we are out of this damned EU the better!! We have sufficient laws in the UK for these offences. How long before we are treated like robots in the EU. Fuc em!!

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