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The Cabinet of Ministers proposes to halve the unpunished speed limit

The Cabinet of Ministers proposes to halve the unpunished speed limit
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The Russian government proposes to tighten control over the observance of traffic rules. Now drivers are not fined for speeding up to 20 km / h. It is proposed to lower this bar to 10 km / h.

According to "Merchant», The Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Transport should prepare an agreed position on this issue by August 1. Such an order was given by the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Marat Khusnullin. According to the initiators of the project - the Moscow Department of Transport - such measures will allow better control over the observance of traffic rules and will increase the discipline of drivers, who will pay more attention to traffic conditions.

In addition to the high-speed threshold, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Transport are also developing measures to reduce the number of trucks and buses leaving the oncoming lane. The most common cause of such accidents is drivers falling asleep while driving. Also, innovations in the training of drivers in driving schools are possible, and for those who do not pay fines on time - new sanctions.

 

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