Representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Irina Volk told reporters that, starting from December 1, drivers of cars whose number of seats does not exceed eight, as well as trucks whose weight does not exceed 3.5 tons, must use winter tires until the end. of the season. RIA Novosti writes about this.
“The Traffic Rules provide for the mandatory use of winter tires, starting from December 1, for the entire winter period (December, 2017) on passenger vehicles with no more than 8 seats (excluding the driver’s seat) and small trucks whose weight does not exceed 3.5 tons. January, February),” Wolf explained.
Previously head of Russian traffic police Mikhail Chernikov statedHe said that police officers will not penalize Russians who do not install winter tires on their vehicles. “Employees of the State Traffic Inspectorate will not penalize or penalize anyone. “Every car owner needs to prepare his car himself so that it can move safely on the roads in certain winter conditions,” said Chernikov.
Additionally, according to him, there is no provision regarding the evacuation of the vehicle and drivers will be able to continue driving safely.
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