Video: In Russia, For & Nbsp; Loud Car Alarms Will Be Punished With A Fine
The Russian Ministry of Justice has amended the new Code of Administrative Offenses (Administrative Offenses Code) to include punishment for breaking the silence by overly triggered car alarms. The document was published on the portal of draft regulatory legal acts.
- For violators of silence from 23:00 to 7:00 in the new Code of Administrative Offenses, a warning or a fine of 2,000 rubles is provided. Not only will they be punished for loud music or repairs, but also for inaction to ensure silence - including a car alarm that works non-stop.
- The new Code of Administrative Offenses also tightens requirements for road cameras. For the first time, uniform requirements for installation and operating rules will be introduced for them. They will record violations only automatically, and shooting from tablets will finally be banned - now in Moscow pedestrian inspectors are fined for violating the rules of paid parking.
Finally, the Ministry of Justice decided to leave the current fines in the draft of the new Code of Administrative Offenses. Initially, it was planned to seriously increase them - for example, for speeding by 20-40 km / h, it was proposed to fine 3000 rubles instead of the current 500 rubles. However, after criticism, including from the government, the idea of raising fines was abandoned.
- The approval of the new Code of Administrative Offenses will take place during 2020. According to the plan, it should enter into force on January 1, 2021.
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