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I got a speed fine when driving in France, do I have to pay it?

I have received a speeding fine for doing 76kph in a 70kmh whilst in France from Is this a genuine fine and, as a British citizen, do I have to pay the fine?

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The French authorities presumably obtained your ANPR keeper details from the DVLA. They have been doing a lot of this:

Depends on the final details of Brexit (if and when?), but currently, they can pursue you for the penalty via UK courts if they want to.
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