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Traffic Violation fine - don't they want my money?

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About two weeks after returning from a trip to Germany, I received notification of a speeding violation which had occurred in late September. This was the initial notice that comes from the rental car agency, which also stated that I would be charged an administrative fee, per the rental agreement, for them to provide the pertinent details to the police department. Following the instructions contained in the letter, I verified that I had rented the referenced vehicle on the day indicated.

Shortly after that, I received the actual violation details and amount of fine. Again, I filled out the information requested, did not contest anything, and provided my credit card information. I received an on-line verification that my e-mail was received. This was in mid-November.

As of today, over two months later and four months after the speeding event itself, no charges have appeared on my credit card, either from Europcar, which was to charge the Administrative fee, or from the department or agency in Germany that I provided the information to, which is ZV KVS Oberland. I even e-mailed them a second time in early December, asking them why the delay in finalizing everything, to which I received no reply.

I've been through a similar drill with the French authorities in the past, but they never even got as far as sending me the actual violation notice ... I received the Admin fee letter, and my card was charged for that. But on that occasion, the actual traffic violation/fine never followed. Does anyone have experience such as mine? Do the German authorities generally take so long to actually take their money, or has something likely fallen through the cracks?

I feel like I've behaved entirely responsibly ... except for my speeding. I don't know when, if ever, I'll return to Germany, but don't want anything hanging over my head. Any suggestions?

Thanks.

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