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Last weekend, as you were driving home, you were topped by a traffic warden and fined for speeding. You disagree with the decision and write a letter to the traffic inspector to complain about the incident. Describe what happened and explain why you think you were wrongly fined. Ask the inspector what action he will take over this matter.

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing to express my disappointment with the fact that I was unfairly fined by one of the traffic wardens.

Last Sunday at 7 p.m. I was returning home from Split when a traffic officer stopped me. When I pulled over and approached him he told me that I exceeded the speed limit by 15 kilometres per hour. I tried to explain him that I never exceed the speed limit and that there was a witness in my car who could confirm that I was not breaking any rules. However, the officer acted extremely rude and dismissive, refused to listen to me and fined me.

Two days after the incident I had my car and all its equipment checked and I have a report which states that all devices in the car function properly. I am enclosing the report along with the letter my travel companion wrote to describe the incident.

I hope that you will look into the situation as a matter of some emergency, and that the fine will be nullified.

Sincerely yours,

Peter Oralia

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