Just a couple of years ago, in the ownership of citizens in Moscow, there were only 200 thousand garages and parking lots - with a total number of registered cars of 5 million. That is, only 4% of the capital's fleet is provided with a legitimate place to store it. The rest of the cars are where you have to, mainly in the yards of those apartment buildings where their owners actually live. Many are in conflict with their neighbors over the parking space, reinforcing their claims that this is their yard.
But now such parking is contrary to the requirements of Article 6.4. Administrative Code of the Russian Federation “Violation of sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the operation of residential premises and public premises, buildings, structures and vehicles” and entails a fine from 500 to 1000 rubles for citizens, and if a legal entity is located in a residential building and its employee parks in the yard guest parking their car, then the fine will be from 10, 000 to 20, 000 rubles, or the activities of a legal entity may be suspended. This is true for small businesses, for example for pizzerias located on the first floors of residential buildings.Recently, a milestone was breached in Moscow: “Moscow assistants” wrote 1 million digital denunciations. Stalin's days are still far away, but we will definitely pass the 4 million line soon. Recently, a milestone was breached in Moscow: “Moscow assistants” wrote 1 million digital denunciations. Stalin's days are still far away, but we will definitely pass the 4 million line soon.
As usually happens, the severity of punishment in this case is offset by an extremely weak level of control. In order to rule on article 6.4. The Administrative Code of the Russian Federation, employees of regulatory authorities, in this case Rospotrebnadzor, need to conduct a whole investigation, including determining the identity of the driver who parked the car in front of the apartment building, establishing data on his place of residence, as well as a number of other actions. And so for each car. Of course, no resources of this organization will be enough to force car owners to free parking in front of the guest house.
But this can change if the administration of this article of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation is given to automatic means of fixing violations: it is enough to photograph the car number and obtain information about the place of registration of the vehicle owner in order to issue a fine in an automatic mode. Parked in your yard? Pay 500 rubles. It is possible to contract fines for car owners who dare to park a car in their yard, for example, wipers, arming them with smartphones. Or various “assistants” may take up this matter, which even do not need to give out smartphones - they already exist. Recently, a milestone was breached in Moscow: “Moscow assistants” wrote 1 million digital denunciations. Stalin's days are still far away, but we will definitely pass the 4 million line soon.