Participants in the war with Ukraine proposed to issue a driver’s license without training

Deputies of the Tambov Regional Duma proposed to simplify obtaining a driving license for participants in a special military operation (SVO) in Ukraine. According to their proposal, training in a driving school will be optional, and exams will be taken after self-study. This initiative concerns categories of rights A and B, notes Parliamentskaya Gazeta.

The bill was submitted to the State Duma by Konstanty Cherkasov, chairman of the Committee on Industry, Construction, Transport, Communication and Entrepreneurship Development of the Oblast Duma. The initiative allows all categories of military personnel involved in the war to take the driving test for cars and motorcycles.

The explanatory memorandum to the bill states that such action will allow SVO participants to “quickly obtain a driving license and use vehicles, including while performing official tasks during a special military operation.” The bill is being considered in the State Duma.

“Such support should be available to all categories of military personnel involved in a special operation,” believe the deputies of the Tambov Regional Duma.

Now Art. 26 of the Act “On road safety” regulates that the exams may be taken by persons who are over 18 years of age, have a medical certificate of no contraindications to driving and who have undergone appropriate vocational training. for the right to drive category A and B vehicles.


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