Video with car races, which bloggers post on their pages, will be considered evidence of their wrongdoing, Irina Rukavishnikova, first deputy chairman of the Federation Council committee on constitutional legislation, told RIA Novosti.
The senator noticed that in this way reckless bloggers are doing themselves a disservice & nbsp; – videos published on the Internet form an evidence base that will allow & nbsp; apply administrative punishment to offenders.
Rukavishnikova recalled that an article on dangerous driving was included in the draft of the new Code of Administrative Offenses.
Last Saturday & nbsp; in Moscow & nbsp; a BMW car drove into the oncoming lane on Kutuzovsky Prospekt and collided with two foreign cars: Volvo and Mercedes. Autoblogger Said Gubdensky was driving the BMW, he & nbsp; died on the spot. He was accompanied by the head of the Dagestan Motorsport Federation Zaur Ibragimov, he was hospitalized, but later died.
After a high-profile road accident, State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin & nbsp; instructed & nbsp; to promptly prepare amendments to Russian legislation on toughening the punishment for hooliganism./p>
Later, the Federation Council proposed & nbsp; as a punishment for repeated traffic violations, imprisonment for a term of three to five years.