MOSCOW, July 10. /Basereporter.com/. The Ministry of economic development proposes to fine drivers for driving without inspection (MOT) for 2 thousand rubles, and for his illegal conduct to criminalize. On Tuesday the newspaper “Izvestia” with reference to the finalized amendments to the Code of administrative offences, the criminal code and the law on inspection (in order of publication).
Amendment, it follows that for driving without a vehicle inspection the driver can be fined for 2 thousand rubles (previously, the Agency proposed a fine of 800 rubles). Violations will register the camera photo and video recording, and fines are automatically discharged once a day. The newspaper reminds that at the moment, the fines are only for taxis, trucks, training machines and also for emergency vehicles and special services.
The new punishment, the newspaper will appear and for those who are conducting the inspection without accreditation from the Russian Union of motor insurers (RAMI). So, businesses can be fined up to 300 thousand, and if the act was committed by a group of persons or received a particularly large income – they could face imprisonment for up to five years.
Under the proposed amendments, the procedure will also have to capture by photo or video and to enter data about the machine into the automated system, and service will impose a limit on the number of customers. In addition, the results of the diagnostic card (they plan to make a fully electronic) on the faulty machine or without an inspection, as well as for entering these data into the automated system is assumed to impose a fine from five to 10 thousand rubles.
If the expert or the operator conduct the inspection, but do not have access to a certain category of car, or not brought in the register of operators, they can be fined from three to 50 thousand rubles (500 thousand, and three-year disqualification of the expert in the case of repeated violations).
How to write “Izvestia”, the draft amendments to the administrative code was approved in the RSA, the interior Ministry, the Federal Agency for transport supervision, Federal Antimonopoly service, amendments to the criminal code aligned with the Ministry of transport, Ministry of communications, Federal Agency for transport supervision and the Federal Antimonopoly service.