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Tbilisi drivers to hold a protest action2010-11-13 14:08
Today, a protest action is going to be held by drivers refusing to support the government's idea of introducing new fines, GHN reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The drivers are mostly displeased with the law prohibiting tinting coating, as well as with the necessity to wear seat belt.
Earlier, during a special briefing, Georgian MIA officer Ramaz Tkebuchava told about the new rules for the car owners concerning the car windows tinting and the use of safety belt.
New tightened rules for Georgian car owners will come into effect since December 1. According to the statement made by the MIA representative, these limitations will provide for only 40% tinting of side windows. As for rear windows, there will be no restrictions here.
According to Tkebuchava, these are quite liberal measures. "We examined the European restrictions for the admissible minimum level of tinting and took the drivers' interests into account", - he underlined. A fine for violating these rules is 50 laris.
Besides, the rule of obligatory use of seat belts also comes into effect since December 1. If a driver's passenger breaks the rule, the driver will as well be punished, the fine amounting to 40 laris.