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They want to extend the import of used cars without GLONASS for the Far Eastern Federal District

They want to extend the import of used cars without GLONASS for the Far Eastern Federal District
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The Government of the Russian Federation and state executive authorities are working on the issue of extending the permission to import used cars into Russia without installing the ERA-GLONASS system. This applies to residents of the Far East, who bring cars for their own needs.

According to the Embassy in the Far Eastern Federal District, residents of the macroregion and public organizations of motorists apply to the department with a request to extend the mechanism for importing cars without GLONASS. According to Deputy Prime Minister - Plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev, right-hand drive cars are very popular in the Far East, for residents, the prolongation of the temporary import rules is very important. For this reason, at the level of the Russian government, the issue of extending the import rules is being worked out.

Far Easterners were allowed to bring cars and not install GLONASS buttons on them for another year at the end of 2019 year... Earlier, Yuri Trutnev reported that the "ERU-GLONASS" need to refine for right-hand drive cars.

GLONASS installation for the Far East made voluntary. The measures were taken due to the fact that used cars in the Far East are bought mainly by people with a low income level, and installing a button costs more than 30 thousand rubles. Moreover, the system in the Far Eastern Federal District does not actually work.

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