Video: Rusty Cars In & Nbsp; Russia Will Be Obliged To Mark At The & Nbsp; Expense Of The Owners
From January 1, 2020, car owners will be required to apply a special police marking on the body or frame for money if the original VIN number of the car rusted or ceased to be readable due to repairs. The corresponding government decree was signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
- If, when registering a car, a traffic police officer finds the identification numbers unreadable, he will oblige to apply a duplicate marking. The cost of the service will be 5-10 thousand rubles.
- After finding unreadable VIN numbers, police officers must mark the "non-removable parts" of the car with special tags, seals or seals. After that, the documents for the car are sent to the police department, and the car itself is sent to the forensic center. If there are no signs of fraud, and it is possible to establish the serial number of the chassis and motor, then permission is given to carry out the further procedure.
New markings need to be applied at certification bodies, in accredited test laboratories or at the car manufacturer. The number must be inscribed on the frame or body part using an automatic marker. As a result, the traffic police officer makes changes to the TCP and issues a new STS.
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