By Marcin Grajewski BRUSSELS, April 27 (Reuters) - European Union drivers committing traffic offences abroad will be punished in their home country upon return under a law the bloc's executive will propose this year. For example, an Italian driver caught by radar while speeding on holiday in France will receive a notice to pay a fine at his home address. "The idea is to make it possible to punish traffic offences committed one EU country in another EU country," EU Transport ...
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