Finland It emerges as a country that arouses the interest of many. Stunning natural landscape, unique culture and unusual focus on certain aspects of everyday life. This country is changing An intriguing place to explore. But, along with its natural interests, it also has some cultural characteristics that surprise social media users.
Known for its efficiency and toughness in various fields, this country is not far behind when it comes to Penalty Transportation. TikTok user, @anaaconrado, Spanish resident in Finland, He surprised his followers by showing them how the system works.
Ana explained in her video that fines can be surprisingly expensive in the Nordic country. This system is particularly unique The cost of the fine is not a fixed figure but is linked to the offender’s income. “It depends on the money you have or the money you make, whether your fine is higher or whether it’s the same violation,” he said.
To illustrate this, he cited an example: if two people commit the same violation and one earns 3,000 euros per month and the other earns 20,000, the fine of the person with the higher income will be significantly higher than the first. As extreme examples, he cited the case of a multinational company manager who was fined for speeding, It can reach 100,000 euros or more.
Ana has more than 13 thousand followers on the Chinese social network and shares all the interests of the country. “That’s right. It’s not a question of money, it’s of pain”, “It seems right to me. My boss makes 6 times more than me and gets fined multiple times every week for parking wherever he wants. €50 is nothing to him”, “It seems right to me”, “Infringement based on income is better”, “He who has more, let him pay more”, “Can’t do that in Spain. We are a nation of blacks. In the end, there are some of us who actually declare what we earn,” some comments from users of the social network.
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