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Price of a standard expiation parking fine



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Traffic control fines are huge sources of income for state governments. In the year 2012/13, for example, the Adelaide City Council collected A$6 million in traffic-related fines alone. An expiation fine is issued when a motor vehicle excceds the specified time limit which has been allocated for a parking space. 

This FACT indicates the cost of a standard expiation parking fine in each Australian city. The city with the highest parking fine is Canberra at $114. The city with the lowest fine is Hobart at $39.

Low is good

Based on SAPOL; Brisbane City Council; ACT Road Transport (Offences) Regulation 2005; NT News; The City of Hobart; Vic Roads; Perth Now; New South Wales data from 2016-2018

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