Drivers in the Samara region began to be fined using drones
The traffic police of the Samara region told about the number of drivers fined using a drone
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In the Samara region, traffic police inspectors began to search for traffic violators using unmanned aerial vehicles. The results of the work of the UAV were told in the group of the State Traffic Inspectorate of the region in VKontakte.
So, on September 15, four drivers were fined using drones on an emergency-dangerous section of the Samara-Volgograd highway for driving into oncoming traffic. For this violation, an administrative penalty is provided in the form of a fine of 5,000 rubles.or deprivation of the right to drive a vehicle for up to six months.
For the first time, the use of UAVs in the Samara region to identify violators began on September 4, 2023 on the emergency-dangerous section of the M-5 highway “Ural” in the Sergievsky district. On the first day, six drivers were fined for driving into the oncoming lane.
Drone flights in the Samara region are now banned due to the military operation, as well as in 64 other Russian regions. But this prohibition does not apply to the authorities.
In August 2021, the traffic police reported that drones are used to fix violations in 17 regions, including Moscow, Krasnodar Krai, Tatarstan, Sverdlovsk and Tyumen regions, Buryatia and others. In addition, unmanned aerial vehicles are on duty on the toll roads of Avtodor Group of Companies.