Going to the country by car, it is necessary to refresh the memory of the rules of the road and possible fines for non-compliance with them. Lawyer Elena Kuderko spoke about the most “popular” violations during the summer season on Monday, May 8.
She recalled that it is important to issue an OSAGO policy, since a fine of 800 rubles is threatened for its absence. It is not necessary to print it: it is enough to show it, for example, from the screen of a mobile device. If the demonstration of the existing policy is not possible, the fine will be 500 rubles, Prime reports. For summer residents, it will be important to remember the permitted dimensions of the cargo that can be carried by car. It should not protrude more than 1 m in length and 40 cm in width relative to the dimensions of the machine and must have signal signs “oversized cargo”. At night, it is also necessary to provide the protruding parts of the luggage with a lamp or reflectors. The penalty for violating these rules varies from a fine of 1,500 rubles to a ban on driving a car for up to four months. Walk for me: how to draw up a power of attorney correctly All passengers inside the vehicle must wear seat belts. The lawyer recalled that in case of violation, the driver faces a fine of 1,000 rubles for each unfastened person. The child cannot ride on his knees or without a child restraint. In both cases, the fine will be 3 thousand rubles. It is also not possible to transport people outside the cab.“So, if passengers have a desire to lean out of the window or hatch of the car, it is important to know that this is extremely dangerous both for their life and health and for the driver’s wallet,” the expert explained. Earlier, on April 25, lawyer Yulia Kremer reminded Izvestia about the rules for obtaining a tax deduction for treatment. First of all, the lawyer noted that there are two ways to file a tax deduction – through the employer and with the tax authority.