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Russians are less likely to give bribes on the roads

Russians are less likely to give bribes on the roads
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Drivers in Russia are less likely to give bribes on the roads. This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted by the portal "Drome". 84% of respondents either do not give it at all, or the last time “a very long time ago” gave bribes to road service employees.

According to information from the Internet resource, 47% of Russians have never tried to reach an agreement with the traffic police, 37% have done this for a very long time. No more than 16% gave a bribe a couple of years ago, last year, this year and the other day.

Most often they try to bribe inspectors in Yakutia. The answer “the other day” was given there by 11,3% of respondents. But in Kamchatka and in the Amur region, more than 70% of motorists never bribed.

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