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Speeding ticket in Germany: how do I handle this?

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Landkreis Goslar, Germany, just sent me a letter telling me that I received a speeding ticket. Cost is 30 euros.

I was unaware that I'd been speeding, but they caught me dead to rights with pictures.

On the same day I received a letter from Avis/Budget notifying me of said ticket and telling me they were charging me 29.75 euros for "handling." I assume "handling" means receiving the ticket and sending me the notification.

It appears that I'll have to do 2 bank transfers for a total of $90!!!! That means the 30 euro ticket will end up costing me around $172.

Can anyone suggest a way to deal with this so that I pay Landkreis Goslar and Budget without having to do those expensive bank transfers?

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