Directions for bricks. Penalty or forfeiture of rights

What punishment for passage under the "brick"? I assure you, 9 out of 10 drivers will say: "Deprivation of rights!" But how so? After all, it was always different: the passage for "brick" - a fine. And so immediately now deprivation? And it's not so much that everyone wants to violate almost without fear, but we are all not without sin: then forgot, then did not notice. If every day, "honestly" record all the violations that we do, then we can do without a car at all.

It so happened in our society that the majorityservants of the law in the fight against violators try not to spare them. Has he broken it? Obtain it with all severity! This is due, above all, to our legal illiteracy. And now, another amendment to the law leads to an increase in fines for violation of traffic rules. And now the passage to the "brick" is qualified as a more serious violation. It was this article that led the drivers into confusion. To date, almost no one knows exactly what punishment for travel to the "brick". Drivers still remember that a small fine, and the inspectors at stopping strive to take the right. How to keep the driver's license and prove to the inspector his injustice, we'll figure it out.

Everyone remembers that the punishment for violation of the mark"Brick", and it is easier, the penalty for travel under "brick" was 300 rubles. As always, there are inconsistencies and contradictions in laws and regulations. Here's one of them. According to Art. 12. 16 h. 3 on the road on which one-way traffic is prohibited (in the opposite direction), and the fine is the amount of 5000 rubles, or you can remain without rights.

Absence of signs indicating the beginning and endone-way traffic, in the direction of which sign 3.1 is installed, formally says to the driver that one-way traffic behind the "brick" is not provided, simply "entry is prohibited". And this means that the Inspector's words that you are such a bad infringer have no basis. Not knowing that you are going on a one-way traffic, you might not even notice the sign 3.1.

In this case, the Nationalstandard, or rather point 4.3. This is, in particular, for fans of "drinking" and once again to prove: travel for "brick" - fine and no more, and sometimes even less. In this paragraph, the rules for the arrangement of traffic signs are explained. that they must be visible and understandable to the driver. So, the number of advertisements (banners, stands, billboards, etc.) growing by leaps and bounds could close the direct visibility of the prohibiting sign from a distance of 100 m (!). There are also particularly dodgy inspectors who catch violators of the "brick" ban when leaving supermarket parking or refueling. It's brazen, but it happens. There is almost nothing to consider here. You do not go to the roadway with the oncoming traffic, but still violate! For travel to a brick - a fine of 300 rubles (officially).

Example of the second and extremely popular. Departure to the lane, which is intended for plying public transport. The same story: there is no one-sided movement, no strip for movement in the opposite direction. You simply do not have the right to choose a driver's license. Also, the "brick" hanging in solitude in no way explains to the driver that this sign is really a one-way traffic. If you entered the roadway, ignoring the sign "Movement prohibited", you pay only a penalty for driving under the "brick".

Some DPS inspectorsperseverance take away your rights by neglecting the sign 3.1, you violated the sign indicating that the road begins on which the movement is one-sided. And here include wit and be vigilant. This sign you just could not (!), Since it is on the opposite end of the road. Breaking the "traffic is forbidden," you just do not see it, as if the inspector of the traffic police strongly did not want to see it. As a result, a violation of "passage to a brick" is recognized. You will have to pay a fine. Be vigilant and, of course, do not break it. No bricks, no scepter!

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