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Rules for the import of right-hand drive cars will be tightened in Russia from July 1

Rules for the import of right-hand drive cars will be tightened in Russia from July 1
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From July 1, a number of innovations for drivers will come into force in Russia. The rules for importing right-hand drive cars will become more stringent, further registration and operation of such cars will become more complicated.

Under the ban on import will be vehicles with right-hand drive of categories M2 and M3 - passenger buses, vans, dump trucks and construction equipment. For passenger cars, the procedure for customs clearance will become more complicated: now duties will depend on the age and environmental class of the car. Also, owners of right-hand drive cars will have to receive a technical certificate that confirms the compliance of the design of the machine with safety requirements.

Also, from July 1, changes will come into force that apply to owners of left-hand drive cars. In Russia, the procedure for passing a mandatory medical examination to obtain or extend the validity of a driver’s license will change. To get help, some motorists will have to pass additional tests. This will happen if the narcologist detects signs of alcohol or drug abuse in the driver.

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