September 9, 2021
Since 2017, companies have had to provide the name of the employee who committed a traffic offence with the company vehicle.
Since January 1, 2017, companies have been required to transmit the name of the employee who committed thetraffic violation with the company vehicle , under penalty of a ticket.
Until now, many companies paid the amount of thefine for the offence committed by their employees and then asked them for reimbursement. The administrations therefore did not have the identity of the employee, in particular in order to remove points.
In principle, the legal representative of the company, holder of the vehicle registration document, is responsible for offences such as speeding and parking tickets. In order to avoid the withdrawal of points, many companies avoid reporting their employees. In principle, there were no repercussions for the company until now.
Since 2017, companies have 45 days to send by registered mail or declare online on the website of the Agence Nationale de traitement automatisé des infractions, the identity, address and driver's license number of the offending employee. In case of non-compliance, the company risks a 4th class fine of up to 450€.
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