Didn't pay and saved up. In Crimea, a driver-debtor was caught with fines of half a million rubles
In Crimea, employees of the Yalta State traffic inspectorate stopped a Mercedes-Benz Vito car driven by a 68-year-old local resident to check documents. During the verification of documents, inspectors found that the driver had unpaid traffic police fines in excess of 500 thousand rubles.
Employees of the Federal Bailiff Service drew up an act of inventory of the arrest of the vehicle. The vehicle has been placed in a designated parking area. If the debtor does not pay fines, his property will be transferred for sale— reported in the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Republic of Crimea.
The State traffic inspectorate recalls that a citizen is given 60 days from the date the decision comes into force to pay an administrative fine, and according to Art. 32.2 part 1.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation for certain articles of Chapter 12 (fines of the State traffic inspectorate), a fine can be paid with a 50% discount within 20 days from the date of the decision.
Evasion of payment of a fine entails an administrative offense under Part 1 of Art. 20.25 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation, where the judicial authorities decide to impose a penalty in the form of an administrative fine in the amount of two times the amount of the unpaid administrative fine, or administrative arrest for up to 15 days, or compulsory labor for up to 50 hours. Whichever court decides to impose an administrative penalty, the initial fine must also be paid.
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