Losing your Operator Licence? 2 years in prison? Tacho fraud really isn't worth it:
Tachograph fraud has been going on since the Tachograph law was first introduced. Analogue tachos were the first, and people did everything from manipulating dil switches to bending styli and more. Even with the new, more secure digital tachographs, the ways of manipulating the tacho are getting more and more sophisticated.
But increasingly law enforcement bodies are sharing information, meaning they have even more ways of spotting fraud than before. And once you are caught, these offences often mean 2 years imprisonment, a hefty fine and even losing your O Licence.
Tachograph fraud really isn't not worth the risk.