BRUSSELS, Dec 2 (Reuters) - European Union drivers committing major traffic offences abroad will be punished in their home country upon return under a law approved by the EU's transport ministers on Thursday. Under the legislation, which still needs to be backed by the European Parliament, national authorities of the 27-nation bloc will give one another access to vehicle registration data so, for example, a Czech driver photographed speeding in France, would not escape a fine. "Foreign ...
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