Published 2004.05.21 | Last update 2015.02.19 | €1 = DK7.40

Although closely related to Norway, Denmark has a more civilized, European attitude towards traffic offenses. But the rules are complicated …

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0.5‰ | €200 | €270 | €270 |

Although fines are high, your license are only withdrawn at relatively high speeds and – most important – only conditionally (except for pretty high speeds you have to break more than one rule or have an earlier conditional withdrawal to get an unconditional withdrawal).

Important numbers : | |||||

Limit – km/h | 30 | 50 | 80 | 110 | 130 |

Fine +20km/h | €540 | €405 | €200 | €135 | €200 |

Fine +40km/h | €870 | €670 | €405 | €270 | €270 |

LICENSE conditionally^{(1} |
48 | 80 | 128 | 160 | 160 |

LICENSE unconditionally^{(2} |
100 | 100 | 180 | 200 | 200 |

1) Conditionally, eg. you have to go for a new drivers license test or break more than one rule or have an earlier conditional withdrawal to get an unconditional withdrawal. 2) Danish law (færdselsloven §126) states that you will lose your license unconditionally when you by a speed of 100 km/h has surpassed the official limit with more than 100% or if you go faster than 200 km/h. Witdrawal period: 6 months – 10 years. |

Although **the Danes tried to keep it all simple** and base everything on the percentage of your speed limit violation, **they ended up with a very complicated system**. In addition to the percentages they had to include separate, special rules for high speeds on motorways and non-motorways. And then they had to add special donations to a traffic victims fund for everyone who were threatened by a license withdrawal.

*This is not easy …*

Note that radar-jammers and detectors are forbidden.

**Important links:**

- The official Danish police web on speeding (in Danish).
- The Danish state attorney on everything related to traffic fines (PDF – in Danish).
- A Danish speeding fine calculator.
- FYIDenmark on Traffic fines. Good advice – also on other Danish traffic rules
- Map on the different speed-limits on Danish motorways.

Speed | Extra-DKK | Extra-Euro |

140-149 km/h | 1000 | 135 |

150-159 km/h | 1500 | 200 |

160-169 km/h | 2000 | 270 |

170-179 km/h | 2500 | 335 |

180-189 km/h | 3000 | 405 |

190-199 km/h | 3500 | 470 |

And so on… |

**In addition to the fines below comes a special Highspeed-fine which will hit you if go beyond 140 km/h on a motorway.**

*The numbers to the right should be added to the fines below*.

There is also** the extra donation the the Traffic Victims Fund (Offerfonden)** of DKK 500 which is mandatory for anyone who gets a license withdrawal, conditional or unconditional.

*This extra donation is included in the fines below.*

Denmark in detail : | ||||

Measured Speed | Fine (DKK) | Fine (Euro) | Points | |

30 km/h | 31-35 km/h | 1 000 | 135 | – |

36-38 km/h | 1 500 | 200 | – | |

39-41 km/h | 2 500^{(2} |
335 | 1 | |

42-47 km/h | 3 000^{(2} |
405 | 1 | |

LICENSE^{(1} |
48-50 km/h | 4 000^{(2,3} |
540 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
51-53 km/h | 4 500^{(2,3} |
605 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
54-56 km/h | 5 000^{(2,3} |
670 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
57-59 km/h | 6 000^{(2,3} |
805 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
60 km/h and more | 6 500^{(2,3} |
870 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
100 km/h and more | – | – | – |

50 km/h | 51-59 km/h | 1 000 | 135 | – |

60-64 km/h | 1 500 | 200 | – | |

65-69 km/h | 2 500^{(2} |
335 | 1 | |

70-79 km/h | 3 000^{(2} |
405 | 1 | |

LICENSE^{(1} |
80-84 km/h | 4 000^{(2,3} |
540 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
85-89 km/h | 4 500^{(2,3} |
605 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
90-94 km/h | 5 000^{(2,3} |
670 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
95-99 km/h | 6 000^{(2,3} |
805 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
95 km/h and more | 6 500^{(2,3} |
870 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
100 km/h and more | – | – | – |

80 km/h | 81-95 km/h | 1 000 | 135 | – |

96-103 km/h | 1 500 | 200 | – | |

104-111 km/h | 2 500^{(2} |
335 | 1 | |

112-127 km/h | 3 000^{(2} |
405 | 1 | |

LICENSE^{(1} |
128-135 km/h | 4 000^{(2,3} |
540 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
136-143 km/h | 4 500^{(2,3} |
605 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
144-151 km/h | 5 000^{(2,3} |
670 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
152-159 km/h | 6 000^{(2,3} |
805 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
160 km/h and more | 6 500^{(2,3} |
870 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
180 km/h and more | – | – | – |

110 km/h | 111-131 km/h | 1 000 | 135 | – |

132-142 km/h | 1 500 | 200 | – | |

143-153 km/h | 2 000 | 270 | 1 | |

154-164 km/h | 2 500 | 335 | 1 | |

165-175 km/h | 3 000 | 405 | 1 | |

LICENSE^{(1} |
176-186 km/h | 4 000^{(3,4} |
540 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(1} |
187-197 km/h | 5 000^{(3,4} |
670 | 1 |

LICENSE from 200 km/h^{(5} |
198-208 km/h | 5 500^{(3,4} |
740 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
209-219 km/h | 7 000^{(3,4} |
940 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
220 km/h and more | 8 000^{(3,4} |
1070 | – |

130 km/h | 131-155 km/h | 1 000 | 135 | – |

156-168 km/h | 1 500 | 200 | – | |

169-181 km/h | 2 000 | 270 | 1 | |

182-194 km/h | 2 500 | 335 | 1 | |

LICENSE from 200 km/h^{(5} |
195-207 km/h | 3 500^{(3,4} |
470 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
208-220 km/h | 4 000^{(3,4} |
540 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
221-233 km/h | 5 000^{(3,4} |
670 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
234-246 km/h | 5 500^{(3,4} |
740 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
247-259 km/h | 7 000^{(3,4} |
940 | 1 |

LICENSE^{(5} |
260 km/h and more | 8 000^{(3,4} |
1070 | |

1) Conditionally, eg. you have to go for a new drivers license test or break more than one rule or have an earlier conditional withdrawal to get an unconditional withdrawal. 2) Includes the extra fine 1000 DKK when you go faster by more than 30% on a non-motorway. 3) Includes the extra donation the the Victims Fund (Offerfonden) of DKK 500 which is mandatory for anyone who gets a license withdrawal, conditional or unconditional. 4) The special Highspeed-fine which applies to all speeds above 140 km/h is not included. See the table above.5) Danish law (færdselsloven §126) states that you will lose your license unconditionally when you by a speed of 100 km/h has surpassed the official limit with more than 100% or if you go faster than 200 km/h. Witdrawal period: 6 months – 10 years.Fines and reactions may change without any warnings. Values in Euro are approximate. |

In Denmark you start with zero points. Any point you get will last for 3 years. If you get 3 points in 3 years your license will be withdrawn *conditionally*. This means that you will have to take a new drivers license test to keep your license.

Your license may also be withdrawn unconditionally. This will happen if you manage to get 6 points within 3 years, but it may also depend on your earlier history with the traffic authorities. ou will then lose your license for between 6 months and 10 years.

More on danish points at the Danish Police web (in Danish).

Ehan

2017.03.20@ 13:21I ve a question I got 2500 fine on driving 68 at 50km/h.

And I have to pay 500 offer fonder money .

So my question is the actual fine is 2500 0r 3000

Bcoz its going to effect my future stays in DK.