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Mandatory photographic fixation of vehicle inspection postponed in Russia
Russia has postponed the mandatory photo-fixation of the vehicle inspection until October 1. The innovations were supposed to come into force on March 1.
This was announced by the head of the government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin today at a meeting of the cabinet of ministers. According to him, it will be advisable in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, even though the epidemic situation has improved.
From October 1 in Russia, in addition to photographing at the inspection point, electronic diagnostic cards will be introduced, they will be signed with an enhanced electronic signature.
Earlier it was reported that photo requirements cars undergoing inspection will be reviewed. The Ministry of Transport will soften the requirements for the procedure for photographing a vehicle. The incoming norm assumed that the photos should be accompanied by the readings of the GLONASS system with an error of no more than 15 meters. However, it turned out that due to the dense development and distortion of the satellite signal, this would be impossible.