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The head of Primorye proposes to delay for a year the collection of charges from heavy trucks

The Governor of the Primorsky Territory, Vladimir Miklushevsky, proposes to postpone charging for a year from drivers of heavy trucks for a year. The corresponding appeal was sent to the Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich, according to the website of the Primorsky Administration

The head of Primorye proposes to delay for a year the collection of charges from heavy trucks
In his letter, the head of the region pointed out that the introduction of the “Plato” system caused an increase in tension among coastal drivers. In particular, they talked about the fact that drivers did not receive devices that allow using this system, and it is also impossible to register in it. In this case, an article has already entered into force, implying fines ranging from 450 thousand to 1 million rubles.

In this regard, Miklushevsky proposes to introduce a test period of using the charging system for one year with the application of the tariff 0,1 rubles. "To reduce the transport costs of economic entities operating in the Far East, set a preferential tariff of not more than 1 rubles. Per km, "the letter said.

Fines, according to the governor, for this period should be abolished. The governor is convinced that the adoption of these decisions will reduce tension among the drivers of heavy trucks and avoid a significant increase in prices, the report said.
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