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Sunday, December 17, 2017

Insurers want to triple the cost of CTP for the worst violators of traffic rules

The head of the Russian Union of motor insurers (RAMI) Igor Yurgens proposed to increase three times the cost of policies for the worst offenders of traffic Rules (SDA),as well as to increase the penalty for driving without insurance from 800 rubles to 8000 rubles.

photo: Kirill Iskoldsky

According to “Kommersant”, citing Jurgens, today on the roads of Russia go about a million drivers with fake insurance policies.

According to the interlocutor of the edition, fining violators could be using traffic cameras. According to him, the insurers throughout the year conduct appropriate negotiations with the traffic police, but the decision was postponed due to technical problems.

The newspaper notes that the latest version of the amendments presented by the Finance Ministry, the penalty for driving without insurance does not.

PCA has proposed to raise the cost of insurance for reckless drivers with the help of a multiplying factor. In turn, the “Vedomosti” noted that at the present time is calculated from the base rate (3432 — 4118 rubles) based on the region, the power of the engine of a car, seniority and age of the driver, as well as the number of road accidents.

Under the current rules violations are taken into account in the coefficient “bonus-Malus” (MSC), where careful drivers can expect a discount, whereas the perpetrators of an accident make a multiplying factor — up to 2.45. RSA believes that the new measure needs to be based on the number of issued driver fines.

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