I get the point
One of the few disappointments of our time in the UK was getting notice of a traffic fine in the final week of our car hire. I still have no idea of what it was for, as I thought I'd been very careful to keep below speed limits and park correctly. As yet, no paperwork has come through to our UK address, but I fear it's only a matter of time.
Then today, my Chinese driving license also got blemished. JiaJia received a parking fine yesterday dating back to June and persuaded me to take the points, as my license is (was) clean while hers is, let's say, cluttered! She also needs the car more than me. Our trip to the traffic police office today did at least provide some amusing Chinglish.
24/8/2018 10:29:22 pm
You may have missed the UK case of Chris Huhne (Lib-Dem minister in the 2010 coalition government) who had persuaded his wife to take his speeding penalty-points.
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Paul Hider lives and works in Kunming (SW China) and regularly updates this blog about his life there.
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