Monday, 3 October 2016

Fasten your seatbelt.












If you travel by bus in Norway, you have to fasten your seatbelt, otherwise you might end up with a fine and have to pay NOK. 1500 (Nearly 167 Euro).
Is it the same in other countries? 

6 comments:

Kate said...

Very intelligent and responsible!

bill burke said...

I didn't know that you could be fined for that especially on a bus. Here they sometimes mention to buckle up before the bus takes off and there are signs but hardly anyone buckles up. I guess if there was a fine involved, people would think differently. I can't imagine how it would be enforced here seeing that the Gardai are short staffed and have plenty of more important things to take care of and do. Currently the Gardai are planning a blue flu (strike) to get a pay increase which they probably deserve.

Inna Cleanbergen said...

I never heard it cost so much, and I never saw it few European countries. Greetings from Bergen

Lowell said...

We have so few buses here, that I can't imagine such a law. It seems was too huge a fine, too!

Bill said...

This is a wonderful photo! A great idea, beautifully executed.

William Kendall said...

As far as I've seen, there are none on city buses- aside from a set up to secure wheelchairs or strollers- and nothing on the travel buses either.