Punishment for disenfranchised drivers can be toughened.
Vasily Piskarev, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security and Counteracting Corruption, made such an offer in the framework of the parliamentary hearings on the topic: “Problems of Ensuring Road Safety: Legal and Moral Aspects”.
“Regarding the re-driving of a vehicle by a person without rights, as well as the re-management of a vehicle by a person who was previously held responsible for running a vehicle in a state of intoxication,” he said. “They must be punished up to life deprivation of the right to drive Means “.
Note that at the moment for the management of a car without a driver’s license, a fine of 5,000-15,000 rubles is imposed on the offender. A fine for a repeated violation of a driver deprived of his rights is threatened with a fine of 30,000 rubles or an arrest for up to 15 days. The court can also appoint 100-200 hours of compulsory work.