In Russia there is a growth in the number of “besoigne” drivers: according to various estimates, their number is already at around 3-4 million people, and the trend continues. This is facilitated as the rising cost of insurance over the past 5 years, and the lack of control. It is not surprising that in the state Duma again has prompted talk of increasing fines for driving without insurance policy: the subject lifted the head of the Duma Committee on financial market Anatoly Aksakov.
Without insurance profitable
Aksakov has reminded that now the fine is much lower than the cost of the policy. Therefore, some drivers cheaper to travel without it. So, in the absence of CTP are now being punished for 800 rubles, and taking into account a 50% discount for the first 20 days will have to pay only 400 rubles. If the insurance limitations or if the person driving it is not entered, then the penalty will be even less — 500 rubles and 250 full — coupon.