Traffic offences


What is the difference between an administrative offence and a criminal offence? How do the consequences differ and which traffic offences trigger what? Click your way through and find out!

Why is there a distinction between administrative offences and criminal offences?

In 1968, the so-called "Act on Administrative Offences" came into force. It was created so that not every offence leads to a costly criminal process and the competent administrative authorities are given the power to prosecute these administrative offences. If a notification of an offence constitutes both an administrative offence and a criminal offence, it will be considered a criminal offence. 

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Regardless of what kind of administrative offences or crimes - in order to prevent traffic offences in the first place, you will find driving schools in your area in our search, which will get you safely on the road through professional theory and practice lessons.