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Delegates proposed fining drivers for filming videos while driving

United Russia deputy Sultan Khamzaev believes that filming videos while driving should be considered an offense and punishable by a fine. In his opinion, this process – even if the driver is a passenger – seriously distracts the driver and causes an accident.

According to RIA Novosti, the deputy said that residents of Dagestan, like many Russians, are “concerned about the situation on the roads.” “Streaming on social networks while driving has become a popular entertainment for young people and even adults. Most violations occur due to inattention: some do not notice traffic lights or signs, or do not obey the speed limit. Some that are popular among young people (and not only) have tens and hundreds of fines in their arsenal,” Khamzaev said.

In his letter to the head of the Russian State Road Safety Inspectorate, Mikhail Chernikov, the deputy proposes to introduce liability for “video blogging while driving” under Article 12.36.1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation – that is, a fine of 1,500 rubles. At the same time, Khamzaev noted that the problem is not that the driver is holding a smartphone in his hand – even the operator will distract him from the road.

“At the same time, the filming process distracts the driver from the road and reduces concentration. This is a bad example for thousands of car enthusiasts. The driver, and even more so the media driver, must strictly observe the traffic rules – do not look at the video camera, but at the road and in the mirrors,” the deputy emphasized.

According to RIA Novosti, the deputy said that residents of Dagestan, like many Russians, are “concerned about the situation on the roads.” “Streaming on social networks while driving has become a popular entertainment for young people and even adults. Most violations occur due to inattention: some do not notice traffic lights or signs, or do not obey the speed limit. Some that are popular among young people (and not only) have tens and hundreds of fines in their arsenal,” Khamzaev said.

In his letter to the head of the Russian State Road Safety Inspectorate, Mikhail Chernikov, the deputy proposes to introduce liability for “video blogging while driving” under Article 12.36.1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation – that is, a fine of 1,500 rubles. At the same time, Khamzaev noted that the problem is not that the driver is holding a smartphone in his hand – even the operator will distract him from the road.

“At the same time, the filming process distracts the driver from the road and reduces concentration. This is a bad example for thousands of car enthusiasts. The driver, and even more so the media driver, must strictly observe the traffic rules – do not look at the video camera, but at the road and in the mirrors,” the deputy emphasized.

Source: Avto Vzglyad

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