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Crimeans have paid more than a billion rubles in fines for violating traffic rules since the beginning of the year

Crimeans have paid more than a billion rubles in fines for violating traffic rules since the beginning of the year

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Photo and video recording cameras help employees of the State Traffic Inspectorate identify traffic violations in Crimea. Since the beginning of the year, one and a half million violations have been recorded (!). Crimeans simply paid an astronomical amount of fines — over a billion rubles. The head of the center for automatic recording of administrative offenses in the field of traffic of the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Crimea, Dmitry Leontyev, announced this on the radio “Sputnik in Crimea”.

May is not yet over, and we have already issued 1.5 million decisions regarding Crimea. Gross violations include driving into oncoming traffic and significantly exceeding the speed limit. Our drivers continue to violate the locations of stationary security systems. Everyone has known about these places for a long time. We decided to move 50 complexes to other places. From where it was possible to eliminate the sources of road accidents, to where they appearedLeontyev said.

According to him, mobile systems for automatically recording violations of traffic rules will return to the roads of Crimea, and cameras will also be used to record violations when parking vehicles.

We previously stopped using portable cameras due to a large number of complaints, but due to the severity of the consequences of accidents in places where we cannot install stationary cameras — terrain, lack of electricity — tripods will appear again,” Leontyev noted.

“Tripods” will be returned to the roads of Crimea from mid-October, there will be a total of 12 such cameras in different parts of the peninsula, and warning signs will be installed three hundred meters from each. “Parkons” – cameras that record illegal parking – will also return to cities. They are already working in Simferopol.

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Add to this 950 stationary cameras, and this is an impressive “arsenal” of means of preventing accidents and traffic violations in Crimea.

Crimeans have paid more than a billion rubles in fines for violating traffic rules since the beginning of the year

Photo: RIA Novosti Crimea

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