Mishustin supported the abolition of mandatory technical inspection

The Russian government will support the idea of ​​abolishing the mandatory technical inspection of cars, this will allow drivers to control the condition of their cars themselves, said Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. The decision to cancel the mandatory technical inspection for passenger cars of individuals was previously made by the government commission on road safety, and United Russia announced plans to submit a relevant bill to the State Duma of the new convocation.

“The government will support this initiative, practice shows that motorists themselves actively monitor their own safety, and it would be right to give them the opportunity to personally monitor the condition of their car,” said Mr. Mishustin at an operational meeting with vice prime ministers (quoted by RIA Novosti) …

On September 7, the government commission on road safety, headed by Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin, supported the idea of ​​abolishing mandatory maintenance for motorcycles and cars that do not participate in transportation and belong to individuals. Secretary of the General Council of United Russia, Andrei Turchak, promised that after the draft was submitted by the party, the parliament would “promptly” adopt it.

Details – in the material “Kommersant” “Voluntarily, that is, for nothing.”



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