Video: Most Fines For Traffic Violations Will Be Allowed To Be Paid With A & Nbsp; Discount
The new Code of Administrative Offenses (CAO) will expand the list of traffic violations, fines for which can be paid at a 50 percent discount. This was reported by the TASS agency with reference to the Ministry of Justice of Russia.
- In total, the new Code of Administrative Offenses provides for 1,666 types of administrative offenses. The 50 percent discount will apply to over 1,000 articles, but the final list has yet to be determined. The exception will be gross offenses, as well as individual traffic violations.
- As before, the new Code of Administrative Offenses allows you to pay a fine at a discount within 20 days from the date of the order. In addition, the provision on the restoration of this period has been preserved if a copy of the decree on the appointment of a fine arrived by mail too late.
According to the draft of the new Code of Administrative Offenses, fines for traffic violations will increase several times. For example, for speeding by 20-40 km / h, you will have to pay 3000 rubles instead of 500 rubles. There will also be a penalty for dangerous driving - a fine of 5,000 rubles. All innovations may come into force as early as January 1, 2021.
In the current version of the Code of Administrative Offenses, a 50 percent discount is provided for only 124 violations from more than 1,800 articles.
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