After a study done by radio/TV organization RTL of several European countries, it was determined that The Netherlands was charging the most for speeding, despite being a small country, or maybe because of it.
The study analyzed speeding fines for Spain, France, Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg. For example, if you are speeding 15 kph over the limit on your motorcycle in The Netherlands, you will be fined €110, for the same offence in Germany it'll cost you €20 and in France €45.
While in 2006, fines in The Netherlands were still low-to-average, but since then fines have risen 66%, which is definitely more than inflation.
According to officials, the increase in fines is to deter speeding, but then we all know that is not true... it's all about money.