I've done quite a bit of driving hire cars throughout Europe in the last few years, and it seems that the speeding tickets and parking tickets I'm receiving by mail to my USA address are ramping up. I'm not a very good 'orderly' parker, but am quite respectable about the speed limits. However, it seems that 1 KPH over will still net you a ticket in the mail. I'm going to be riding my Ireland-registered Africa Twin throughout Europe this year, and am trying to get caught up on the ins and outs of how motorbikes are targeted and ticketed in Europe, particularly Southern Europe. I'll be riding 99% small local roads, so am not worried about the toll road limited. Of course, the motorbike only has a rear plate. Do the cameras nab motorbikes for speeding? I am thinking of registering my motorbike in the USA and putting a USA plate on it in September. Will that help the situation? Regarding parking, here in the USA, we can park a motorbike pretty much anywhere, as long as we aren't blocking pedestrian traffic. In Europe, should I stick to the designated motorbike parking areas on the streets, or are out of the way spots OK? In Italy, are motorbikes also prohibited from the city centers at certain hours, like cars?