I have received a fine from a town in Italy for an offence in mid 2017 - given the delay am I still liable?

I have received a Notice of Payment from a town in Italy for an offence dated July 2017 committed in a hire car. Given the delay am I still liable?

Asked on 10 September 2018 by Boris Sussex

Answered by Honest John
Yes, there is no time limitation. They are unlikely to pursue you through UK courts, but probably best to pay up. Certainly better if you ever intend returning to Italy.
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