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How do we pay a traffic ticket from Germany

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We received a ticket (over the speed Limit) in either Germany or Austria after our return home to the USA. We were driving from Lake Königsee to Salzburg so not certain exactly which country we were in.

All the papers are in German, tried translating it via Babel translation but still can't understand all of it, so who or where can we go to get this figured out and paid? It is for EURO 35 so not a big deal.

We belong to AAA and rented the car from Avis and neither of them could help us.

Thanks for any help!
Lydia

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