For the first time in Moscow, a driver was fined 200 thousand rubles for re-entering the opposite lane.

The Presnensky court made the first decision in the capital in a criminal case to re-drive a car into the oncoming lane. About informs Press service of the Moscow prosecutor’s office.

According to the agency, in 2019, 22-year-old Chingiz Sultashov drove his car into the oncoming lane and was fined for this. He was deprived of his driver’s license for 1 year for a repeated violation in August 2020. The young man did not transfer his driver’s license to the traffic police, and in February 2022, while driving Hyundai Elantra, he got on a bus in the opposite lane. At the same time, he crossed a solid marking line. The violation was detected by traffic police inspectors.

The court fined Chingiz Sultashov 200 thousand rubles. His license was suspended for three years.

The Moscow prosecutor’s office recalled that on January 10, the amendments to the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation entered into force. According to the new amendments, an administrative fine of 200 thousand to 300 thousand rubles or 480 hours or more of forced labor is provided for violation of traffic rules by a person who was previously deprived of the right to drive. was sentenced to two years in prison. For a repeated violation, the driver will be fined up to 500 thousand rubles. and up to three years in prison.

Previously reportedPetersburg Legislative Assembly proposed to equate car theft with theft.

Source: Gazeta


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