In Finland, speeding tickets are calculated on a percentage of the violators income. For the wealthy, this can mean a citation of over $100,000.
Marcette88 Marcette88
31-35, F
7 Responses Aug 17, 2015

Actually makes sense in socialist environment. It's an approach I like.

Plain ole Socialism at its finest.

Do not live in Finland a very back word country.

Holy crap. Now if that incentive enough to not speed than I dont know what is.....

I knew that, the united States needs to adopt this policy

I do like that. it actually makes things more just and can cause a big enuff punishment to the rich to teach them a lesson yet not bankrupt the less fortunate.

I like that fact!