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 Occupants started fining drivers of vehicles with Ukrainian plates in Crimea

From April 1, the owners of vehicles with Ukrainian registration plates in occupied Crimea can be fined.

Censor.NET reports citing Кrym.Realii.

The first fine, from 500 to 800 rubles, can be imposed on drivers of vehicles with Ukrainian registration plates from April 1. "If a repeated violation is detected," they will be fined for up to 5,000 rubles with possible deprivation of the driver's license.

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The basis for such fines is "driving vehicles which did not pass state registration" on the territory of Russia.

The "Crimean traffic police" said that an additional 10 days for re-registration of vehicles and replacement of Ukrainian number plates will be given to car owners from April 1.
 
 
 
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