The most unloved moment for all car owners is a conversation with the traffic police inspector. And if this conversation is also on the case, and even in another country ...
They give up their nerves and the wallet empties.
But there is another turn of events.
Anyone who travels in the summer in the Crimea by car,Collided with inspectors GAI of Ukraine. And very few people left not fined, but only without a receipt. Many, fearing the deprivation of rights in a foreign state, gave the inspectors sky-high amounts by Russian standards. Although official fines in Ukraine are much lower than ours. And for many offenses for which rights in Russia are deprived, in Ukraine only a fine is issued (for example, for crossing a solid line). So why do our compatriots who so skilfully bypass the law in their country in Ukraine suddenly begin to agree with any requirements of the inspector who stopped them, who then personally receives a huge sum of so-called fine. Many will say: "It's not easy for them to leave ..." Indeed, the tourist season lasts 3-4 months, and the inspector must have time to earn for the whole year at the expense of rich "Muscovites". The logic is clear.
After you are stopped, there may be about such a dialogue:
Inspector: Exceed from you, 20 km.
You: Yes, I have, I do not argue.
I: Come on, we'll fine.
You pass for the inspector in the car or box of a stationary post. There will be more inspectors, who then will be happy to join the game called? Spread on money ?.
I: fine 400 hryvnia, will we write out? ? And looks at you questioningly. For reference: 400 hryvnia is approximately 1000 rubles.
You: Yes, write it out.
.: So write out? - and this question with different intonations will be uttered to them several more times, while he does not hurry to take up the pen.
In any case, your task is to insist on issuing a fine.
Then there are options for resolving the conflict.
I: Do you have any hryvnia or have you not changed yet? We can take rubles.
And the bank is not yet open (already closed). How will you pay?
200 hryvnia, is it?
It goes, - you answer, - write it out.
Your task is to ask any questions from the inspectorOfficial discharge of a fine. The wrangling can last a long time, other employees will start pressure on you, reducing the amount of the fine. The fact is that you can immediately drop any written fine. Nobody will ever see if you paid it if you are a citizen of another state. Ukrainian traffic cops absolutely do not need to bother with you just like that, without personal gain and spend time on formal writing of official fines. Therefore, they start to frighten with non-existent sanctions. To make it seem easier to pay personally to the inspector. The same scheme works for an offense providing for the removal of rights. To deprive the rights of a subject of another state is not such a simple procedure. Therefore, your task is to insist on official documentation of your offenses in a relaxed manner. After 15-20 minutes of such a dialogue, you will be released in 99% of cases. Take with you nothing, and time to lose, when dozens of potential victims pass by, the inspector does not want to.
How to avoid a fine:
- Always and in all cases insist on official documentation of your offense.
- Calm, friendly tone of conversation, without rudeness and insults.
- Knowledge of traffic rules and fines of Ukraine.