Will there be a penalty if you attach the number in an inverted state?
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Answered on December 1, 2014 17:15
Of course, this is considered a violation, as the driver does not adhere to technical regulations on the installation of signs. Some clever people are turning over the numbers, who believe that in this way special inspectors' cameras do not recognize them. And indeed, it works on the cameras, but the inspector will immediately stop you, because an inverted license plate is a violation. By the way, a violation is not only inverted, but also a bent license plate, or one in which additional holes are made. By law, the license plate is prohibited to spoil. Yes, and why spend with him some kind of manipulation, if you are a calm driver who does not violate the rules of the road?
Answered on December 1, 2014 17:48
Yes, any actions with the number entail a fine.Inverted, covered with mud, disguised ... A large penalty, about 5 thousand. And deprivation of rights for 1-3 months. So I do not recommend anything to get up with your state name.