Video: The Ministry Of Internal Affairs Approved A New Procedure For Passing Driving License Exams From April 1
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 02:36
The practical part of the driver's exam, according to the order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, will be held according to a new scheme from April 1. Major change: Driver candidates will have to demonstrate their skills in urban environments. As "Kommersant" clarifies, the department has planned a so-called "transition period".
- The traditional “platform” for Russian license exams is becoming a thing of the past. All basic exercises are carried over to city streets. These include, for example, parallel parking, making a U-turn in a confined space, reversing into the garage and starting to move uphill. In addition, a driver candidate will have to demonstrate the ability to drive a car in traffic conditions - for example, to drive through intersections and pedestrian crossings.
- At the same time, the regulations do not exclude the option of closed areas for testing initial skills - they can be used if it is not possible to test a candidate on public roads.
Another innovation is the elimination of the so-called “rolled” routes from the practice of taking the exam. The traffic police plans to inform in advance only the approximate areas of the location of the test sites. In general, 30 minutes are allotted for the practical exam, but at the request of the examiner, this period can be extended. The mechanism also provides for the possibility of appealing the results. This can be done by both candidate drivers and examiners (in the latter case - if, for example, signs of document fraud are found).
- According to the newspaper, the traffic police have also thought out a scheme for taking examinations for candidates who find themselves in a "borderline" position. If a candidate is in the process of testing and has already passed the theoretical part and the "site", then the "city" will be accepted from him as usual.
- Earlier it was also reported about plans to revise the approach to assessing the errors of the examinee - in particular, to change the list of "gross" errors that lead to the termination of the exam. Their list will include, for example, an unfastened seat belt and the use of the phone while driving.