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I'm from France, have a French passport, a French driving license, and my bike and my car have French license plates.
I roam quite a lot across Europe. What will happen if I drive past the speed limit in other European countries?
- if I get caught by a speedcam?
- if I get caught by the police?
I got caught twice by a speedcam in Germany and nothing happened, but I was driving about 140 kph in a 120 kph zone, so no big deal. However, I'm wondering what will happen if I drive a lot faster. For example, what if I get caught driving 250 kph in Poland?
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frequent /trv/ and /m/ poster here. I'm planning a trip to Europe, particularly the UK, Spain, and Germany as a self graduation trip after getting my degree 2 years from now. main questions regard on budget flights; best sites and deals, best times to purchase tickets, rooming options pertaining to Couchsurfing and/or hostels, railfare, etc
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Hey /trv/, first time here so forgive me for any stupid questions.
I'm looking to move to Texas. I'm having trouble deciding between Houston and Dallas. Truthfully, I'd love to live in Austin, but I'm not sure I'd be able to afford it. It's likely that I'll be transferring from my current job with a security company, but I can't guarantee I'll be making more than minimum wage.
I can't find unbiased information about any of those cities. From what I've learned: Dallas and Houston are each the superior city depending on who you ask. Austin seems to be universally accepted to be the better city for a young couple, but again, doesn't seem within our reach financially.
I'd love any opinions on the matter. If you think Austin is doable, maybe some reasons why?
Pertinent info: We currently live in Las Vegas, NV. Minimum wage is about $8.50, and I make $15. I don't have much in savings (almost nothing). My girlfriend is currently unemployed, but she's working under the table for her old boss. That plus unemployment nets us about $2,500/mo before bills/expenses.
Looking to move in the next 4-6 months. I really appreciate any help folks, as google has been very cloudy on the issue! Thanks in advance