TRANSITIONAL Decree No. 2.254/1992 Approve the orderly and corrected text of the National Transit and Transportation Regulations.
Bs. As., 1/12/92
VISTO Decree No. 692 of 27 April 1992,
That by the precited decree, among other provisions, the "National Regulation of Transit and Transport" and the "Normative on Working Conditions, Hygiene and Safety in the Work of the Drivers of the Public Passenger Car on the Road" were approved.
That in relation to such an act of government it is necessary to dictate the faith of erratas, make corrections and introduce various modifications concerning the specific subjects.
In addition, it is appropriate to replace Annex II of the pre-mentioned decree, extending the regulations contained therein, in order to have a more complete instrument on the subject.
That, being the object of the adequacy of those provisions that need it, to achieve its best understanding and correct application, both by the public agencies involved and the individuals reached by the regulations in question, reasons for administrative economy make it advisable to adopt the text of the Decree No. 692/92, with the relevant corrections.
That, the exercise of legislative functions by the NATIONAL EXECUTIVE PODER, when the need is made present and the urgency justifies it has the best support of the constitutional doctrine. Thus, Joaquín V. GONZALEZ has held in his "Manual of the Argentine Constitution" (Page 538, Ed. 1951) that: "can the Executive Power, in issuing general regulations or resolutions invade the legislative sphere or, in exceptional or urgent cases, believe necessary to anticipate the sanction of a law" (Conforme en el mismo sentido BIELSA, Rafael - "Derecho Administrativo", 1954, 1954 Also the Supreme Court of Justice From the NATION he has welcomed this doctrinal stance (Fal. 11:405:23:257).
THE PRESIDENT OF THE ARGENTINA NATION
RIGHT: Article 1 —
Replace Article 5 of Decree No. 692 of 27 April 1992 with the following:
"ARTICULO 5° — Offences to transit arrangements shall be penalized according to the seriousness of the absence, according to what is detailed in the annexed regulations, reaching the perpetual disqualification of the driver and, in cases, to his arrest.
In the area of the Federal Capital, the current municipal criminal system shall be applied, without prejudice to the application of the specific regime of public transport by motor. " Art. 2° —
Replace article 8 of Decree No. 692/92, which reads as follows:
"ARTICULO 8° — Without prejudice to other requirements mentioned in the regulations that work as Annex I, starting on 1 July 1992, the correction in the front and rear seats and safety heads in the front seats for the car occupants will be mandatory, except in those vehicles that do not yet have those elements, in which they must be installed before 30 November 1992.
The use of helmets and protective glasses in the case of motorcyclists is also mandatory.
The use of headphones and continuous manual operation communication systems is prohibited to drivers of vehicles underway." Art. 3° —
Approve the orderly and corrected text of the National Regulation of Transit and Transport (Annex I of Decree No. 692/92), which, as Annex I, forms an integral part of this decree. Art. 4° —
Replace Annex II of Decree No. 692/92, which, as Annex II, is attached to the present. Art. 5° —
Note the HONORABLE CONGRESS OF NATION. Art. 6° —
Communicate, publish, give to the National Directorate of the Official Register and archvese. - MENEM. - Domingo F. Cavallo. "José L. Manzano." - Rodolfo A. Diaz. - Jorge L. Malorano.
TRANSITIONAL REGULATIONS AND TRANSPORT
ARTICLE 1 — Fines. These National Regulations are intended to:
(a) To achieve security in transit and to reduce damage to persons and property;
(b) Deliver fluidity to transit, with the maximum use of the circulation paths;
(c) To preserve the country ' s road and vehicle heritage;
(d) Educate and train for the proper use of the public road;
(e) Reduce environmental pollution from motor vehicles.
ARTICLE 2° — Scope of Application. This Regulation regulates the use of the public road and is applicable to the movement of persons, animals and land vehicles on the public road, excluding railways, and to activities related to transport, vehicles, people, road structure and the environment as soon as they are the cause of transit.
ARTICLE 3° — Competition. The national, provincial and municipal bodies that determine the respective jurisdictions are authorities to apply and verify the rules contained in these Regulations.
The local authority may also issue exclusive rules, provided that they are accessible to those of these Regulations and relate to transit, urban parking, the management of the traffic of transport vehicles, blood traction and other legal aspects.
Any provision in the preceding paragraphs should not alter the spirit of these Regulations, preserving their uniqueness and guaranteeing the legal security of the citizen. To this end, the rules on the use of the public road, as a requirement for its validity, must be clearly stated at the place of its Empire.
ARTICLE 4° — International Conventions. International agreements on transit which are the law of the Republic are applicable to vehicles registered abroad in circulation in the National Territory, and to the circumstances they contemplate, without prejudice to the application of this regulation in the subjects not considered by such conventions.
ARTICLE 5° — Definitions. For the purposes of these Regulations:
(a) By car, the motor for the transport of people up to OCHO (8) places (excluding the driver) with CUATRO (4) or more wheels, and those of TRES (3) places that exceed MIL (1000) kilograms of weight;
(b) By motorway, a multi-rail track without crosses at level, with physically separated and limited straight-in from the tantalizing frentists;
(c) By jurisdictional authority, the national, the provincial state and the Federal Capital State;
(d) By local authority, the Immediate Authority, whether municipal, provincial or jurisdiction assigned to one of the security forces;
(e) By beacon, the fixed or mobile signal with own light or light reflector that is set as a mark to warn,
(f) By bank, the area of the road, adjacent to the road;
(g) By road, the zone of the road destined only to the circulation of vehicles;
(h) By way, an improved rural route;
(i) By van, the vehicle for cargo transport up to TRES MIL QUINIENTS (3,500) kilograms of total weight;
J) By carreton, any weight vehicle and extraordinary dimensions for the transfer of machines or indivisible load;
(k) By moped, a motorcycle up to CINCUENTA (50) cubic centimeters of cylindrical, and that cannot exceed CINCUENTA (50) kilometers of speed;
(l) By special machinery, reels and all artifacts specially built for other purposes and capable of transiting;
(ll) By stop, the place indicated for the promotion and descent of passengers from the relevant services;
(m) By weight, the total of the vehicle plus its load and occupants;
(n) By semi-autoptist, a road paved with road for both hands with transit separators that obstruct the passage, from one hand to another;
(in) By pedestrian path, the longitudinal extension of the pavement on the road is demarcated or not, and the one that is demarcated to that end;
(o) By area of the road, all space affected to the road and its annexed facilities, including between the beautiful properties.
ARTICLE 6 — Designate the NATIONAL COMMISSION ON TRANSITE AND SECURITY VIAL, dependent on the NATIONAL EXECUTIVE PODER (Decree No. 1843/73 and 2658/79), as the National Coordination of Road Safety.
The Commission shall be incorporated as full members, representatives of the provinces adhering to these rules.
Its mission, in addition to proposing the regulation of this Annex, will be to monitor its implementation, to coordinate the action of the authorities in the field, to promote Road Education, the training of officials and to promote and develop the accident investigation referred to in rule 8 of these rules.
ARTICLE 7° — National Transit Background System. The National Transit Background System will depend on and operate within the Ministry of Justice, which will implement it immediately. It should coordinate its activities with the National Road Safety Coordination Agency, whose Members have the right to use the system.
Data on driving licences, suspected fugitive or rebel violators, freight and passenger carriers, sanctions and other useful information for the purposes of this Decree shall be communicated immediately to this system, which must be consulted prior to each new procedure or sentence.
It will carry the accident statistics, insurance, the data of the previous paragraph and the vehicle park.
ARTICLE 8° — Accidental research. Traffic accidents will be studied and analysed by the NATIONAL COMMISSION ON TRANSIT AND SECURITY VIAL (Decrees Nros. 1843/73 and 2658/79) for statistical purposes and to establish their causality and to obtain conclusions to advise measures for their prevention. The data are of a reserved nature, with the dissemination of the conclusions and the proposed prevention measures of a mandatory and public nature.
(a) In all accidents not covered by the following subparagraphs, the application authority, in accordance with the data that the parties verify and report, shall perform a crash record, from which it shall hand over to the original and a copy for the purposes of the second paragraph of Article 67;
(b) In the accidents that correspond to the criminal case, the application authority, based on the data of its knowledge, shall make the accident file that will refer to the agency responsible for the statistics;
(c) In the sinisters that by their importance, habituality or originality are justified, a deeper technical-administrative investigation will be ordered, through the competent body, which will have access to investigate parts and persons involved, and may require, if appropriate, the assistance of the public force and Report of official agencies.
THE USER OF THE PUBLIC VIEW
ARTICLE 9° — Road Education. For the correct use of the public road, the following must be completed:
(a) Road education shall be included as a topic to be addressed in preschool and as a compulsory subject at primary and secondary levels;
(b) In technical and university education, efforts will be made to establish guidelines or specialities that will enable them to serve the various purposes of this Decree;
(c) Appropriate measures for accident prevention will be disseminated and implemented on an ongoing basis;
(d) To be used for the practical teaching of driving;
(e) Laudatory publicity is prohibited in all its forms, from conduct contrary to the purposes of this Decree.
ARTICLE 10. — Training courses. For the purposes of these Regulations, staff members in charge of their implementation, and of the evidence of offences, must regularly attend special training and training courses in order to be able to apply the legislation exemplaryly and to fulfil its objectives.
ARTICLE 11. Minimum driving ages. In order to drive vehicles on the public road, the following ages must be met, as appropriate:
(a) VEINTIUN (21) years for licensing classes C, D, and E;
(b) DIECIOCHO (18) years for the remaining classes.
The jurisdictional authority may establish, on the basis of local characteristics, exceptions for driving mopeds, tractors, animals or vehicles of traction to blood, only in the area defined by that authority.
ARTICLE 12. — Driver School. The establishments in which vehicles are conducted must meet the following requirements:
(a) Entitlement of local authority;
(b) To have professional instructors, whose registration is valid for DOS (2) years, revoked by an informed decision. To obtain it, they must establish good backgrounds and approve the special examination of suitability;
(c) Have vehicles of the varieties necessary to teach in the classes for which it was enabled;
(d) Covering with an insurance contract any emerging damage to education;
(e) Require the student of a non-lower age in more than SEIS (6) months at the minimum limit of the kind of license he or she aspires to obtain,
(f) Do not have any personnel, partners or managers linked in any way with the district ' s driver ' s licence issuing office.
ARTICLE 13. — Characteristics. Any driver must be holder of only one license that empowers him to drive the motor that he uses, which will be issued to him by the jurisdictional authority of his home.
The license has a maximum validity of CINCO (5) years, a period that will decrease with the age of the holder, having to approve the psychophysical examination in each renewal. For once a new theoretical examination may be required.
Entitlement implies that the holder must comply with the controls and requirements established for the benefit of road safety and other purposes of this Decree.
ARTICLE 14. - Requirements. The issuing jurisdictional authority must require the applicant:
(a) To read and write;
(b) Medical examination of their psychophysical conditions, which will be more demanding and frequent in advanced ages;
(c) Theoretical review of transit legislation, ways of preventing accidents, knowledge of vehicle equipment and information.
In the case of professional drivers the necessary knowledge will be included to their specialty;
(d) Practical review of their suitability to drive.
Daltonics, deaf, nuts and other disabled people who can drive with the relevant adaptations must obtain special enabling license.
Before granting a license, the National Transit Background System must be required, the applicant ' s reports.
ARTICLE 15. Content. The enabling license must contain the following data:
(a) Number of matches with the individual registration of the holder,
(b) Surname, name, date of birth, domicile, photograph and signature of the holder;
(c) License class, specifying type of vehicles that enable;
(d) Prosthesis to be used or conditions imposed on the holder in order to be able to conduct in his case;
(e) Dates of granting and expiry and identification of the operation and expediting agency.
These data must be communicated immediately by the issuing authority of the license to the National Transit Background System.
ARTICLE 16. - Classes. The following types of licenses are issued to drive motor vehicles:
A) For motorized bikes, motorcycles and tricycles;
B) For cars and vans with couplings of up to SETECIENTS CINCUENTA (750) kilograms or house-drawns;
C) For trucks without coupling and those included in class B;
(d) For passengers, class B or C, as appropriate;
E) For articulated or coupled trucks, special non-agricultural machinery and those covered by classes B and C;
F) For special motors adapted for the disabled;
G) For tractors and special agricultural machinery.
The age of the holder, the size difference of the motor or the trailer insertion determine the regulatory subdivision of the different types of licenses.
ARTICLE 17. — Data modification. The owner of a driver's license must report any changes to the data contained therein. If it has been a matter of jurisdiction, you must apply for another license to the new jurisdictional authority, which must give it a previous report of the National System of Background to the Transit, against the delivery of the previous one and for the period remaining.
The license expires on the NOVENTA (90) days of unreported change.
ARTICLE 18. - Suspension for ineptitude. The issuing jurisdictional authority must cancel the driver's license when it has verified the inadequacy of the current psychophysical condition of the holder with that in force at the time of its granting.
ARTICLE 19. — During the period established in the regulation, the professional driver will have the limiting condition of apprentice, with the ranges that she sets.
The applicant ' s background will be required to grant Class D licence.
Drivers of vehicles for the transport of children, hazardous substances and special machinery will also be required special regulatory requirements.
No professional license can be granted for the first time to persons with more CINCUENTA and CINCO (55) years or to renew to those who have completed SESENTA and CINCO (65) years of age or have retired in the transport service.
The rental car service will be regulated by the jurisdictional authority.
THE PUBLIC VIEW
ARTICLE 20. - Road structure. Any work or device that is executed, installs or is intended to take effect on the public road must conform to the most advanced basic road safety standards, propending on the differentiation of roads for each type of transit and contemplating the possibility of displacement of disabled persons with wheelchairs or other orthopedic assistance.
ARTICLE 21. — Uniform signaling system. The public route will be marked and demarcated according to the uniform system that is governed by the existing internal and external agreements.
The local provisions will only be required to the user when expressed through the signals, symbols and marks of the uniform road signaling system.
The placement of signals not performed by the competent authority must be authorized by it.
ARTICLE 22. - Removing obstacles. When the safety or fluidity of the circulation is compromised by abnormal situations or obstacles, organisms with powers over the road must act immediately according to their function, coordinating their actions for the purpose of solving the abnormality.
During the repair or reconstruction of a road, an additional step must be made to ensure a similar transit, which does not represent injury or risk. Equally, efforts will be made to ensure access to places only accessible on the road.
The repairs not completed by the responsible entity shall be carried out by the manager of the road structure with charge of the same.
In places of suspended or dangerous circulation and in any situation of risk, the competent authority must signal the site without prejudice to taking measures to eliminate or mitigate the danger.
In view of the decrease in natural light, the signaling will be made exclusively with own, yellow light beacons to mean caution and red to indicate prohibition of progress.
ARTICLE 23. - Urban planning. The local authority, in order to preserve road safety, the environment, the structure and fluidity of the circulation, will give preference to the collective transport, will seek its development and may establish in urban areas:
(a) Ways or lanes for the exclusive or compulsory circulation of public passenger or cargo vehicles;
(b) Sentences of differential or exclusive transit for a particular route, at different times or dates, and produce the relevant deviations;
(c) Different modes of parking, in what makes place, shape and control system;
(d) Any other measures that contribute to the purpose of this article.
In the area of the Federal Capital, the local authority, for the purposes of this article, will be the Executive Department of MUNICIPALITY OF THE CIUDAD OF GOOD AIRES.
The establishment of inter-jurisdictional authorities or bodies for the coordination, planning, regulation and control of the geographical transport system in question should be encouraged.
ARTICLE 24. - Servers. It is compulsory for owners of properties that are beautiful with the public road:
(a) Allowing the placement of necessary plates, signals or transient indicators;
(b) Do not place lights or posters that may be confused with transit indicators or that may be disturbed by their intensity or size;
(c) To maintain safe awnings, commissars, balconies or any other outlet on the road;
(d) Failure to evacuate or leave things or waste in unauthorized places;
(e) To place in the exits to the public road, when the intensity of the vehicle movement warrants it, intermittent yellow light beacons, to announce its departures;
(f) Request authorization to place inscriptions or notices visible from rural roads or highways, so that their design, size and location do not confuse or distract the driver by:
1. Being simple and fast read, without having movement or giving illusion of it.
2. To be at a distance of the track and between itself, related to the maximum speed admitted.
3. Do not confuse or obstruct the vision of signals, curves, bridges, crossroads or other dangerous places.
An approach similar to that of subparagraph (b) of the following article will be followed in urban areas.
ARTICLE 25. Publicity. With the exception of the signs of transit and works of the road structure, all the other posters, lights, works and legends, including those of a political character, must have permission from the competent authority and may only have the following location with respect to the public road:
(a) In rural areas and highways they must be out of the area of the road, except for advertisements of works in it and the placement of the emblem of the director of the pointing;
(b) The signaling, lighting, energy transmission and other works of the road may not be used, except for express permission of jurisdictional transit authority, in cases where they are not dangerous, do not distract the driver or induce confusion to users.
For violations of this article and the previous one, and the corresponding expenses, they respond in solidarity, owners, publicists and advertisers.
ARTICLE 26. - Manufacturer responsibility. Any vehicle that is manufactured in the country or imported, in order to be delivered to the public transit, must comply with the active and passive security conditions, the emission of contaminants and other requirements of this chapter in accordance with the statutory benefits and specifications, contained in the technical annexes to which each of the topics of this title takes place.
When it comes to automotives and couplings, your manufacturer or importer must certify under your responsibility that each model fits the standards.
When such vehicles are manufactured or armed in stages with different addresses or controllers, the last one involved must credit such ends under their responsibility, even if the final complementation does so by the user. With the exception of those with authorization, in which case they shall be covered by the provisions of the preceding paragraph.
In the case of components or parts for spare parts, the criterion of the previous paragraph will be followed, as long as it does not belong to a certified or certified model.
They will be marketed with a system of inviolability that allows easy and rapid detection of forgery of packaging. Security self-parts should not be reused or repaired, except for which a conditioning process is normalized and benefits similar to the original are guaranteed.
For this purpose, the national authority in industrial matters is competent, who will monitor compliance with the purposes of this Decree in the manufacture and import of vehicles and parties, applying the measures necessary for this purpose. You can validate the approvals of other countries.
All manufacturers and importers of auto-parts or vehicles mentioned in this article and enabled must be inscribed in the corresponding official registry to be able to market their products. Business entities will have participation and will collaborate in the implementation of the aspects contemplated in this Decree.
ARTICLE 27. — Security conditions. The vehicles will meet the following minimum requirements:
1. Braking system, permanent, safe and effective.
2. Address that allows the control of the vehicle.
3. Suspension that mitigates the effects of road irregularities and contributes to adherence and stability.
4. Wheels with pneumatic or equivalent elasticity covers, with regulatory inscriptions.
5. Rebuilt covers will be identified, and will not be used without adapting to regulation. The reconstruction industries must be authorized by the competent body in industrial matters.
6. Being built according to the most appropriate protection technique of its occupants and without extreme aggressive elements.
7. Adjust to the corresponding weight, dimensions and power-weight ratio.
(b) Cargo vehicles and passenger service must possess special devices in accordance with the purpose of this Decree;
(c) Mass transport vehicles must be specially designed for passengers, with the best conditions of protection and safety of handling;
(d) Motorized motorhomes shall be in accordance with the provisions of subparagraph (c):
(e) Those for hazardous loads, emergencies or security should be specially enabled;
(f) The couplings must have a coupling system for the same itinerary and another emergency with a device that stops it if it is separated and the electrical system must have an electric insurance for its unfinished;
(g) Towed motor homes must have the tractor, dimensions, weights, stability, safety conditions to regulate and be specially enabled;
(h) The special machinery will conform to the provisions and its outstanding elements will be dismantled or folded;
(i) The vehicles of the other types will be manufactured according to this title.
ARTICLE 28. — Requirements for motors. Automotives must have the following minimum security devices:
(a) Security belts and heads or devices that replace them only in the regulatory positions;
(b) Paragolpes ahead and back or chariot that performs such a function;
(d) Self-sustainable system for cleaning, washing and disbursing windshields;
(e) Comprehensive, permanent and effective system:
(f) Regulated sound horn;
(g) Safety windows or similar transparent;
(h) Protection against solar enchanting;
(i) Rapid power cutting device;
(j) Retroduction motor system;
(k) Reflective elements located as required by regulation;
(l) Inner air renewal system, with no possibility of entry of vehicle emanations;
(ll) That their gates, trunk and capot cannot be opened unexpectedly;
(m) Work safety for children in rear doors;
(n) Handle or instrumental on the left side, arranged so that the driver should not move or unhinder the driving for action. They will contain:
1. Easy display board with standard ideograms.
2. Height gauges.
4. Turn-light indicators.
5. Highlight and position witnesses.
ñ) Fusible Automatic switches, located in accessible and in sufficient quantity for each to cover different circuits, so that their interruption does not override a whole system;
(o) Motorcycles and motors must have a regulatory helmet and safety glasses.
ARTICLE 29. - Lighting system. Automotives for transporting people and cargo must have the following lighting systems and elements:
(a) Front lights of white or yellow light in no more than DOS (2) pairs, with high light and low light, asymmetrical projection;
(b) Position lights that indicate along with the above their length, width and sense of march from the regulatory observation points;
1. White fronts.
2. Red strips.
3. Yellow-colored sideways on each side, in which by their length they require regulation.
4. Differential indicators of white colour, in vehicles in which by their width they are required by regulation.
(c) Yellow-colored intermittent turning lights, front and back. In vehicles that Indique the regulation will take others to their side;
(d) Brake, rear, red light; the brake control will be switched on before it operates;
(e) Light for the rear patent;
(f) Light of white retrocess;
(g) Emergency intermittent lights that will include all turning indicators;
(h) Front-light flash system;
(i) Other vehicles shall, as appropriate, conform to the provisions above, and also:
1. Animal traction will carry a luminous artifact on each side that projects white light forward and red fairy back.
2. The veils will carry a white light forward and another red back.
3. The motorcycles shall comply with subparagraphs (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e).
4. The couplers shall comply with the relevant provisions of subparagraphs (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g).
5. The special machinery is only exempt from high light.
It is forbidden for any vehicle to place lighthouses or lights additional to those of factory, except the addition of up to DOS (2) anti-black, DOS (2) high brake and, only in dirt streets, the use of long-range lighthouses.
ARTICLE 30. — Additional lights. The vehicles specified should have the following additional lights:
(a) Cargo and passenger vehicles must be provided with anti-black light in accordance with regulations;
(b) The articulated or coupled trucks, THREE (3) lights at the top central, green front and red back;
(c) Towing cranes: complementary brake lights, position, turn and rearreflectors that are not hidden by the towing vehicle;
(d) Passenger transport vehicles, CUATRO (4) color lights — to regulate — excluding red, at the front top and UNA (1) red at the rear top;
(e) Vehicles for transport of children, CUATRO (4) yellow lights at the front top and DOS (2) red and UNA (1) central yellow at the rear top, all connected to normal emergency intermittent lights;
(f) Police and security vehicles, intermittent blue beacons;
(g) Firefighters and signaling services, explosives or others of urgency, intermittent red beacons;
(h) Ambulance and the like, intermittent green beacons;
(i) The special machinery and vehicles that, for their purpose of aid, repair or collection on the public road, should not be in conformity with certain rules of circulation, intermittent yellow beacons.
ARTICLE 31. — Other requirements. No automotive must exceed the regulatory limits of broadcasting, noise and parasitic radiation.
Such limits and procedures for detecting emissions are those established by regulation, in accordance with the relevant legislation. The identification card must be granted to any motor or coupling that circulates through the public road; it will detail without prejudice to its own regime, the characteristics of the vehicle necessary for its control over the public road.
Persons authorized for use may also be included.
In addition, they must have indelibly engraved the identifiers of their domain.
The engine and other elements may have their own numbering.
They will also have at least one security closure system.
ARTICLE 32. - Mandatory technical review. All motor vehicles, coupled and semi-coupled for public circulation are subject to a regular technical review to determine the state of operation of parts and systems that make active and passive security and the emission of contaminants.
All aspects relating to the periodic technical review will be standardized by the NATIONAL EXECUTIVE POWER with a uniformity criterion for the whole country.
Vehicles for the transport of passengers and cargo, subject to national jurisdiction, are subject to the technical review established by the SECRETARIAT OF TRANSPORTE of the Nation except in the metropolitan area where they will be subject to the jurisdiction of the Transport Authority of the Metropolitan Area once constituted.
The jurisdictional authority will immediately implement mandatory technical revisions quickly and randomly (to the vera of the road), on the issue of contaminants and main safety components of the vehicle.
ARTICLE 33. - Repair workshops. Private mechanical workshops or vehicle repair officers in aspects that make the safety and emission of contaminants, will be enabled by the local authority, which will carry a record of them and their characteristics.
Each workshop will have a civil and criminally responsible technical director for repairs. It will carry a rubricated book with the data of the vehicles and the arrangements made, indicating those that are withdrawn without its completion. They must have the technical suitability and other specifications that set the regulations.
ARTICLE 34. - Policy priority. In the public road, it must circulate respecting the indications of the authority of check or application, the signs of transit and the legal norms, in that order of priority.
ARTICLE 35. - Exhibiting documents. In the sole requirement of the competent authority, the driver ' s license and other required documentation must be submitted, which must be returned immediately to be verified, not being able to retain but in the cases covered by this Decree.
ARTICLE 36. - pedestrians and disabled. The pedestrians will transit:
(a) In urban areas only by sidewalks or other spaces enabled for this purpose;
(b) At the crossroads, on the pedestrian path;
(c) In rural areas, in the opposite direction to the traffic of vehicles, the furthest away from the road;
d) By the road surrounding the motor, only to ascend or descend the occupants of the front seat.
The same provisions apply for the chairs of crippled, car of children, rolled propelled by less than TEN (10) years and other vehicles that do not occupy more space than the necessary for pedestrians, nor exceed the speed of the passage.
ARTICLE 37. — Conditions to drive. Drivers must:
(a) Before entering the public road, verify that both he and his vehicle are in adequate security conditions, in accordance with the legal requirements, under their responsibility. However, in the case of transport vehicles, liability for their safety conditions shall be in accordance with article 51 (a);
(b) In the public road, circulate with care and prevention, keeping at all times the effective control of the vehicle or animal, taking into account the risks inherent in the circulation and other circumstances of the transit.
Any manoeuvre must be warned beforehand, made with caution so that it does not create risks or affect fluidity.
It will only use the road, on the right and in the signposted sense, respecting the exclusive routes or lanes and the established transit times.
ARTICLE 38. — Requirements for circular. To be able to circulate with a motor is indispensable:
(a) That your driver is enabled to conduct such a vehicle;
(b) Have your driver carry the ID card or document and proof of payment of the last tax obligation of the vehicle (patent);
(c) That your driver bear the proof of the insurance referred to in article 67, with current coverage;
(d) To carry the domain identification plates in accordance with the regulations. Also coupled and semi-finished must comply with this requirement;
(e) That, in the case of a vehicle of the public transport service or special machinery, the conditions required for each type of vehicle are met and the driver carries the documentation provided for in this Decree;
(f) That except motorcycles possess a firewall and standard portable beacons;
(g) May the number of occupants be related to the capacity with which it was built, and do not hinder the driver;
(h) That the vehicle and transportation does not exceed the maximum dimensions and weights admitted;
(i) That in all types of motorcycle or moped your occupants carry standard helmets and, if they do not have windscreens, your driver uses safety glasses.
ARTICLE 39. — Priorities. Peaton step priority, drivers. Any pedestrian or vehicle driver arriving at a snack or crossroads must be adjusted to the indications of the transit agent or to those given by mechanical signal devices or by fixed signals.
In the absence of such indications, pedestrians and drivers shall subject their conduct to the rules set out in the following paragraphs:
(a) The pedestrian has a priority in urban areas on vehicles for traversing the pedestrian path.
When approaching this path the driver must reduce the speed. In the corners without traffic lights, when necessary, you must stop your vehicle completely to spontaneously transfer the pass to the pedestrians so that they can go through following their normal march.
In any accident in that area, the driver's guilt is presumed. In rural areas the pedestrian shall conform to the provisions of subparagraph (d) of this same article,
(b) The driver who arrives at a snack or crossroads must, in all cases, give way to any vehicle that is presented by a public road located at his right.
This priority is absolute and is only lost before:
1. Signaling specified otherwise;
2. The railway vehicles;
3. Emergency public service in response to an emergency;
4. Those who circulate through a higher pathway. Before entering or crossing it you must always stop the march;
5. The pedestrians that cross lawfully through the pedestrian path or by dangerous zone enabled as such;
6. Special rules for roundabout;
7. Any circumstances when:
a. It flows from a dirt road to a paved one;
b. The march has been stopped or will be rotated;
c. Animals or blood traction vehicles are driven.
If a number of exceptions are made, the prior priority order must be respected.
For any other manoeuvre it is a priority that preserves its right. On the narrow slopes you must go back the one that descends, unless it carries a couple.
(c) Any driver must spontaneously stop his or her vehicle whenever a passenger transport is stopped in order to take or leave passengers on the side by which he or she is entitled to move forward and has no right to resume his or her departure until they have left the road.
(d) Special priority of passage in rural areas. The same provisions of subparagraph (b) apply in rural areas to establish the priority of passage on routes. The rule only suffers from exception when a route is of greater importance than another, in which case the priority belongs to the vehicle that transits the route or main road.
In rural areas, pedestrians, cyclists and riders must give way to the other vehicles, unless they go through specially pointed areas, in which case the priority belongs to them in accordance with the provisions of subparagraph (a).
ARTICLE 40. - Advancing. The advance must be made on the left according to the following rules:
(a) The one that passes must first find that on his left the road is free in a distance sufficient to avoid any risk, and that none that follows him is in turn surpassing;
(b) You must have enough visibility and not start the manoeuvre if you approach a crossroads, curve, bridge, road top or dangerous place;
(c) He must warn the person who precedes him of his intention to surpass him, through the flash of the frontal lights, or the horn in rural areas. In all cases you should use the left-wheel indicator until you finish the overpass and then by right-wheel light indicate the return to your lane;
(d) The overpass should be carried out quickly in such a way as to return to the right, without interfering with the overpassed vehicle, the latter must be carried out with the current indicator;
(e) The vehicle to be surpassed must, once the intention of overpassed, take the necessary measures to enable it, circulate on the right of the road and maintain and eventually reduce the speed;
(f) In order to indicate to the subsequent vehicles the inconvenience of getting ahead, the left turn light will be placed before which the same will abstain from the overpass. Instead, the right turn light indicates the possibility of doing so;
(g) Trucks and special machinery will facilitate the advance in narrow roads, running to the banana periodically;
(h) Exceptionally, the right can be advanced when:
1) the driver of the vehicle that precedes it has indicated his intention to turn or stop to his left.
2) in a bottling, the row of the left does not advance or does it more slowly.
ARTICLE 41. - Giros and Rotondas. To make a twist, the signaling must be respected, and observe the following rules:
(a) Advert the manoeuvre sufficiently in advance, by means of the corresponding luminous signal, to be maintained until the exit of the crossroads;
(b) Circular from TREINTA (30) meters before the side closest to the turn to be made;
(c) Reduce speed gradually by turning to a moderate march, always giving priority to pedestrians;
(d) Reinforce with the manual signal when the turn is made to enter a path of little importance or a frentist predium;
(e) If it is a roundabout, the circulation around it will be uninterrupted, without arrests and leaving the central area untravelable to the left. It has a priority of passage that circulates through it on which he tries to enter, having to give it to the one who goes.
ARTICLE 42. - Semaforized roads. In the pathways regulated by traffic lights:
(a) Vehicles should:
1. With the green light to your forehead, move forward.
2. With red light stop before the line marked to such effect or pedestrian path, then avoiding any movement.
3. With yellow light, stop if it is estimated that it will not be reached to transpose the crossroads before the red one, or hurry if not.
4. With the intermittent yellow light, circulate with caution, subject to article 39 "Priorities".
The lights of the traffic light will always be placed down to the right and, additionally, in the middle and above or on the left;
(b) The pedestrians can legally cross the road:
1. When they have pedestrian traffic lights on their forehead that will enable it.
2. If there is only traffic light for vehicles when it has green light for those who circulate in the same direction.
3. If the traffic light is not in your sight, they will do so when the transit of your way through is stopped. They must not cross with red or yellow light to their forehead.
(c) They do not govern common rules on crossroads;
(d) The maximum permitted speed is the signal for the coordinated succession of green lights on the same track, respecting the maximum speeds for each type of artery set out in article 49;
(e) It must be allowed to end the crossing initiated by another and not to begin its own with the green light, if on the other side of the crossroads a vehicle or pedestrian passes;
(f) In the double-handed, the turn to the left is forbidden, except a sign that permits it.
ARTICLE 43. - Multi-lane roads. In the tracks with two or more lanes of circulation the transit must be adjusted to the following:
(a) Intermediate lanes may be circulated when there is no other available on the right;
(b) It must circulate in the same lane and in the center of it;
(c) The intention of changing the lane should be warned in advance with the corresponding turning light;
(d) No driver should hinder the fluidity of the traffic, circulating at a lower speed than the operation of his lane;
(e) Passenger and cargo transport vehicles, except cars and vans, must circulate only on the right lane, using the immediate lane of your left for your overlays;
(f) Blood-wheeled vehicles, when allowed to circulate and do not have allowed lane, must do so by law only.
ARTICLE 44. - Selfish. On the highways, in addition to what is established for the multi-lane tracks, they govern the following rules:
(a) The left side or speed lane will be used only for advance;
(b) They cannot circulate pedestrians, blood traction vehicles, mopeds or special machinery;
(c) Can not park or stop for the promotion and descent of passengers, or carry out cargo and discharge of goods, except in the dursens built for the purpose if any;
(d) Towed vehicles due to accidents, mechanical damage, etc., must leave the public road at the first exit.
Subparagraphs (b) and (c) are applied in semi-autoptists.
ARTICLE 45. - Use of lights. In the public road, vehicles must conform to articles 29 and 30 and light their lights when the natural light is insufficient, or the conditions of visibility or transit require it, observing the following rules:
(a) Low light: its use is mandatory, except where the high and crosses are appropriate;
(b) High light: its use is mandatory only in rural areas and highways, having to change by low light at the time before crossing with another vehicle that circulates in the opposite direction or during the approach to the vehicle that precedes it;
(c) Position lights: they must remain lit along with high or low light, the patent sheet and the additional ones in their case;
(d) Distello: it should be used to cross and to warn the intention of overpayment;
(e) Emergency intermittent lights: they should be used to indicate detention in hazardous areas and the execution of risky manoeuvres;
f) Dark and backward lights: they should be used only for their own purposes.
(g) Brake, spin, reverse and emergency intermittent lights are lit to their own ends, even if the natural light is sufficient.
ARTICLE 46. - Prohibitions. It is forbidden in the public way:
(a) Drive with mental or physical impediments and in a state of alcohol or narcotic poisoning;
(b) To grant or permit driving to persons without the qualification;
(c) Circular vehicles in contrast, on transit separators or off the road, except in case of emergency;
(d) Decrease arbitrarily and abruptly the velocity, make zigzagging motion or maneuvering maneuvers;
(e) To turn on the street or to move in the opposite direction;
(f) Obstructing the passage of vehicles or pedestrians in a mouthwatering even with the right to do so, if on the other side of the crossroads there is not enough space for their location.
(g) Drive at a distance from the vehicle that precedes it, less than prudent, according to the speed of march;
(h) Circulate backwards, except for parking, exit from a garage or a dead end;
(i) Irregular detention on the road, parking on the bank and detention therein without emergency;
(j) In curve, crossroads and other dangerous areas, change lane or row, advance, do not respect the precautionary speed or stop;
(k) Cross a step at the level when the barriers are low, the warning signs in operation or the exit is not issued, stop over the rails or less than five metres;
(l) Circular with decks with faults or without legal depth;
(ll) Travel with children under twelve in the front seat;
(m) Drivers of velocipedos, cycle-motors and motorcycles, circulate roasts of other vehicles or lined immediately after other motors;
(n) To buses and trucks, on roads of less than three lanes per hand, to travel between a distance less than 100 meters, except to initiate an advance manoeuvre, according to the precautions and indications of the Decree;
(ñ) Removing motor vehicles, except for vehicles intended for this purpose. Other vehicles may do so in cases of force majeure using rigid coupling elements and with due caution;
(o) Circular with an integrated vehicle train with more than one coupling, except for special and agricultural machinery;
(p) Transport waste, rubble, land, sand, gravel, sawn, other bulk load, dust, which spread unpleasant smell, harmful emanations or are unhealthy, in vehicles or continents not intended for that purpose. Units for the transport of animals or nauseaunda substances must be washed in the place of discharge and on each occasion, except for exceptions to regulate them for the rural area;
(q) Carrying any load or element that disturbs visibility, dangerously affects the aerodynamic conditions of the vehicle, conceals lights or indicators, or excels from the permitted limits;
(r) Make urban repairs, except emergency arrangements, in any type of vehicle;
(s) To leave loose animals and to rent goods, except in the latter case, by dirt roads and off the highway and the banana;
(t) To hinder or hinder in any way the road and the banana and to make constructions, to install or to make sale of products in any area of road;
(u) Circular in vehicles with metal or gravel belts, bells, chains, nails, or another element that damages the road, except on the mud, snow or ice and also those of animal traction on the way to the ground. Nor will they be able to do so by micrómnibus, bus, trucks or special machine, while they are lodged. In the latter case, the local authority may permit the movement whenever it ensures the transitability of the road;
(v) Use horn or acoustic signals, except in case of danger in rural areas and have the unauthorised siren or horn;
(w) Circular with vehicles that spill fuel, that emit gases, smokes, noises, radiation or other polluting emanations of the environment, which exceed regulatory limits.
ARTICLE 47. - Parking. In urban areas it must be stationed on the right side of the road parallel to the cord, it is forbidden to do so on the left, in the middle of the road or in another provision, except for signage to the contrary. It should be done in the manner in which the regulation determines it. In the rural area you will park as far as possible from the road and the banana.
ARTICLE 48. — Precautionary speed. The driver must always circulate at a speed such that, taking into account his psychophysical condition, the state of the vehicle and its load, the existing visibility, the conditions of the road and the time and density of the traffic, always have the total domain of your vehicle and do not hinder the circulation. Otherwise you must leave the road or stop the march.
ARTICLE 49. - Maximum speed. The maximum speed limits are:
(a) In urban areas.
1. In the streets, TOUR (40) kilometers per hour.
2. In avenues, SESENTA (60) kilometers per hour.
3. By means of coordinated traffic lights and only for motorcycles and cars the speed may be higher than the previous ones, provided that the same is properly signaled.
(b) In rural areas:
1. For motorcycles, cars and vans, CIEN (100) kilometers per hour.
2. For microbus, bus and motorized motorized motorhomes, NOVENTA (90) kilometers per hour.
3. For trucks and motors with docking-house, OCHENTA (80) kilometers per hour.
4. For transport of hazardous substances and waste, SETENTA (70) kilometers per hour.
(c) In semi-autopista, the same limits as in rural areas, for the different types of vehicles, except that of CIENTO DIEZ (110) kilometers per hour for motorcycles and cars;
d) On motorways: the same as in semi-autoptists, except the limit of CIENTO VEINTE (120) kilometers per hour for motorcycles and cars.
(e) Special ceilings:
1. At the urban crossroads without traffic lights, the precautionary speed never exceeds VEINTE (20) kilometers per hour;
2. In the footsteps without barriers or traffic lights, the precautionary speed never exceeds VEINTE (20) kilometers per hour, and this after ensuring the driver that no train is approaching;
3. In the vicinity of schools, sporting establishments of large crowds, the precautionary speed never exceeds VEINTE (20) kilometers per hour, during its operation.
ARTICLE 50. — Special limits. The following limits shall also be respected:
1. In urban area and highway, half of the maximum established by each type of road.
2. In roads and semi-autoptist the one of CUARENTA (40) kilometers per hour.
(b) Signed: those who establish the transit authority, in the sectors of the way in which the security and fluidity of the movement are advised.
ARTICLE 51. — Common demands. The owners of passenger or cargo transport vehicles must have organized the same, in such a way that:
(a) Vehicles circulate in appropriate safety conditions, being responsible for their compliance, despite the obligation that the driver may have to communicate to them the anomalies he detects;
(b) They should not use units that are older than the following, unless they conform to the limitations set out in the regular technical review standards:
1 — From TEN (10) years for dangerous substances and passengers.
2 — From VEINTE (20) years for cargo. They can then be used if they exceed the mandatory technical review (but without coupling and without exceeding the total weight and axis OCHENTA (80 %).
3 — In order to comply with points 1 and 2 of this paragraph, a period of grace of THREE (3) years shall be granted from the time of the present Decree.
(c) In terms of weights and dimensions, Decree No. 209/92 shall apply;
(d) To obtain the technical empowerment of each unit;
(e) The vehicles, except for the urban transport of passengers and cargo count for the control of the investigation of accidents and other purposes, with a device that records on a durable document speed, distance, time and other variables on their behavior, allowing their instant control over the circulation anywhere;
(f) The vehicles carry in the back, on a reflective circle the indicative figure of the maximum speed that is allowed to develop.
ARTICLE 52. - Urban public transport. In the public transport service of passengers, the following rules shall be governed by the rules of the preceding article:
(a) The promotion and descent of passengers shall take place at the established stops, the competent authority may have exceptions according to the characteristics of the transit and/or weather conditions;
(b) When it has not stopped, the promotion and descent of passengers will be made on the right side of the road before the crossroads;
(c) In all circumstances the arrest will be made parallel to the sidewalk and in such a way that it allows the advance of other vehicles on its left and prevents it on its right hand;
(d) Smoking in vehicles is prohibited during circulation, removing the arms or parts of the body from the vehicles, or carrying their doors open.
ARTICLE 53. - Transportation of schoolchildren or children. In the special transport of schoolchildren or children prudence must be extreme in the circulation and the driver, when the number of passengers requires it, must be accompanied by another older person, for the control of those, which must be taken and left in the nearest place to that of their homes and destinations.
No more passengers should be taken than the authorized places. The vehicles will be specifically designed and intended for this purpose. They will have the distinctive and regulatory safety and structural elements, only fixed seats and will be in perfect hygiene and cleaning conditions.
ARTICLE 54. — Cargo transportation. The owners of cargo vehicles dedicated to the transport service, whether private or business, drivers or not, should:
(a) To be registered in the relevant cargo register;
(b) To register in their vehicles their identification and domiciles, tara, weight and type thereof;
(c) To provide their drivers with the relevant letter of carrier in the types of travel and the manner prescribed by regulation;
(d) Provide the relevant accreditation certificate for the crew of any of its units, in the cases and in the manner regulated;
(e) To transport the indivisible load in vehicles appropriate to the dimensions of it or in reels, when it exceeds the maximum dimensions or weight allowed. Regulation shall include certain surpluses of length;
(f) Transport the largest livestock, liquids and bulk cargo in vehicles with the regulatory compartment;
(g) Place standardized containers in adapted vehicles and regulatory devices;
(h) When transporting hazardous substances or wastes, they must strictly observe the provisions of Act No. 24.051 and the General Regulations for the Transport of Dangerous Material by Road.
ARTICLE 55. - Overload. Excuse me. It is the responsibility of the carrier to distribute or download out of the public road and, under its exclusive responsibility, the burden that exceeds the maximum dimensions or weight allowed.
Where an exceptional and indivisible burden cannot be transported in another form or by another means, the competent jurisdictional authority with the intervention of the person responsible for the road structure, if it deems transit acceptable in the requested form, may grant a special permit to exceed the maximum allowed weights and dimensions, which shall not exempt from liability for the damage caused or the decrease in the useful life of the road.
The carrier is also responsible for damage to the public road as a result of its excess weight allowed for your vehicle or its dimensions. The shipper must also respond when his/her responsibility is credited. The receiver of the charge must provide the competent authority with all the means and records available therein, otherwise it incurs infringement.
ARTICLE 56. — Charging mirrors. Reviewers designated by the authority may review cargo vehicles to verify compliance with the requirements of the present and its regulations.
The police and security authority must provide assistance, both to stop the vehicle ' s march and to enforce the vehicle ' s indications.
REGULATIONS FOR SPECIAL CASES
ARTICLE 57. - Obstacles. The arrest of any vehicle or the presence of loads or objects on the road or banquina, due to a fortuitous case or force majeure, must be warned to the users of the public road, at least with the immediate placement of regulatory beacons.
The present authority must remove those obstacles without delay, either alone or with the cooperation of the responsible, if any, and be able to do so.
In addition, workers who perform their tasks in the road area and the enforcement and verification authorities must use clothing that exposes them sufficiently, due to their day colour and their reflective elements at night.
ARTICLE 58. — The implementing authority may provide a temporary ban on circulating in the public sphere when climate or emergency situations so advise.
ARTICLE 59. — Special use of the track. The use of the public road for foreign purposes of transit is prohibited, such as: processions, demonstrations, rallies, displays, speed competitions, pedestres, cyclists, equestrians, automotives, which can be authorized by the corresponding authority only if:
(a) Normal transit can be maintained with similar fluidity by alternative replacement pathways;
(b) Organizers acknowledge that the necessary security measures for people and things will be taken at the site;
(c) Organizers are held accountable on their own or by contracting insurance for any damage to third parties or to the road structure, which may arise from an act that involves risks.
ARTICLE 60. - Emergency vehicles. The vehicles of emergency services may, exceptionally and in strict compliance with their specific mission, not respect the rules relating to the circulation, speed and parking, if this was absolutely essential to the occasion in question as long as they do not cause a greater evil than the one they try to solve.
Only in such circumstances should they circulate by warning their presence with the emergency distinctive beacons in operation and adding the sound of a mermaid if their task is of extraordinary urgency.
Other users of the public road have the obligation to take all necessary measures at their disposal to facilitate the advancement of these vehicles in such circumstances, and cannot follow them.
The siren must be used simultaneously with the distinctive beacons with the maximum moderation possible.
These emergency vehicles shall be registered and authorized by the jurisdictional authority and shall not exceed the length of the regulation.
ARTICLE 61. - Special machines. The special machinery that passes through the public road must be in conformity with the rules of the preceding Chapter and with what is expressly determined by the regulation.
ARTICLE 62. - Franchises. Franchises referring to transit or parking are prohibited except those established in this Decree.
ARTICLE 63. — Special franchises:
(a) Vehicles used by lysed, foreign diplomats accredited in the country;
(b) Professionals in the provision of an urgent and common good (public or private) service shall enjoy the franchises that are agreed upon by the needs of their functions.
To that end, they must carry the regulatory distinction, without prejudice to the legally appropriate sheet-patente.
(c) The old automotives of collection and experimental prototypes that do not meet the safety conditions required for vehicles, may request from the local authority, the franchises that exempt them from meeting certain requirements, in order to be able to circulate exceptionally in the places, occasions or specified lapses;
(d) Incomplete chassis or vehicles, upon transfer for supplementation, shall have general permission with itinerary. Regulation also regulates franchises for special non-commercial sports equipment transfer couplings and vehicles for postal transport and bank values.
ACCIDENTS AND FOLLOW-UP
ARTICLE 64. - Presumations. It is considered a traffic accident that causes damage to people or things as a result of circulation.
He is presumed responsible for an accident to the person who lacked priority or committed a violation related to the cause of the accident. The pedestrian enjoys the benefit of doubt and presumptions in his favour, as long as it does not involve serious violations of the rules of transit.
ARTICLE 65. - Obligations. It is mandatory for those involved in a traffic accident:
(a) Stop immediately;
(b) Provide the data of your driver's license and mandatory insurance to another party or party and the authority involved. If they were not present, they should leave such data effectively adhering to the damaged vehicle;
(c) Complain the facts before the competent authority;
(d) Compare and declare before the authority of the Judgment or Administrative Investigation, when cited.
ARTICLE 66. - Evacuation and aid system. The competent local and jurisdictional authorities will organize an emergency relief system, providing, requiring and coordinating the necessary relief through the harmonization of the media, transport and assistance. They will also centralize the exchange of data for the care of the injured in the accident site and their way of moving to medical centers.
ARTICLE 67. - Compulsory insurance. Any automotive, coupled or semi-coupled must be covered by insurance, according to the conditions established by the insurance authority, which covers any damage caused to third parties, including those transported. This compulsory insurance shall be annual and may be contracted in any entity authorized to operate in the area, which shall grant the insured the proof indicated in article 38 (c).
Complaints of sinisters will be received on the basis of the article 8 (a) collision record, forwarding copla to the agency responsible for statistics.
Third-party sanatorium and wake-up expenses will be paid immediately by the insurer, without prejudice to the rights that can be claimed later. The creditor for such services may be subrogated from the third party ' s credit or its rights-holders.
The waiver of a subsequent claim, made on the basis of this payment, is invalid.
The regulation regulates, once the National Transit Background System is in operation, the variable premium system, which will increase or decrease as reported or not accidents the insured, in the previous year of the insurance.
ARTICLE 68. - Basic principles. The following will be:
(a) Ensure the relevant objective process and the right of defence of the alleged offender;
(b) Enable the judges of the JUDICIAL POWER to apply the penalties provided for in article 84 of this Annex in the proceedings in which they intervene, of which the commission of the offences defined in that article arises.
The remaining sanctions will be applied in the area of the Federal Capital by the Municipal Judgement of Misdemeanours and, as appropriate, by the SECRETARIAT OF TRANSPORTE OF NATION.
(c) To recognize full validity to acts of jurisdictions with which reciprocity exists;
(d) To have valid notifications made, on record, in the domicile established in the license of the alleged offender, or in the legal or actual possession thereof;
(e) Confer to the granting of a copy of the check record, on record of receipt, of sufficient summons to appear before the judge ' s authority, at the place and time indicated, which shall not be less than CINCO (5) days without prejudice to the voluntary appearance;
(f) Where the offender is not identified, the presumption in the commission of the offence shall be vested in the owner of the vehicle, unless the offender is credited or not in his possession or custody, or the offender is charged;
(g) Adopt in the documentation of general use a practical and uniform system that allows the easy detection of its violation or forgery;
(h) To prohibit gratifications for violations that are verified or for collections;
(i) Consider the Code of Criminal Procedures, as soon as it is compatible, in cases not covered by specific procedural rules.
ARTICLE 69. - Duty of the authorities. The relevant authorities should:
(a) In the area of evidence and application of faults:
1. To identify before warning an alleged offender, indicating the immediate unit to which he belongs.
2. Act ex officio or verify any alleged infringement brought into your knowledge by an older person of CATORCE (14) years.
3. Investigate the possible commission of faults in any traffic accident.
4. When they release the record, they will use the regulatory form and submit a copy to the alleged offender, unless it is not identified, leaked or missing, which will be recorded in it.
(b) On Judgment:
1. Apply this Decree with priority on any other norm that purports to regulate the topics mentioned in Article 1.
2. Assess the record of proof of violation subject to the rules of sound reasoned criticism.
3. To bring the duly quoted, rebel or fugitives by the public force. If they belong to another Jurisdiction, refer to it their background for the purpose of the Judgment or execution of sentence. The same applies to those who use the option of subparagraph (a) of the following article.
4. Attend every day during OCHO (8) hours, at least.
ARTICLE 70. — Interjurisdictionality. All defendants enjoy the following guarantees:
(a) If he is domiciled in Jurisdiction other than that of infringement or judgment and, as long as there is reciprocity with his:
1. You may request to be tried or serve the sentence before the transit judge of your jurisdiction.
2. He is not obliged to appear in another jurisdiction.
Except, in both cases, when less than SESENTA (60) kilometres from the Court seat, under whose authority it is subject.
(b) When you credit the need to be absent you will be judged upon your return within the time limit that you are subjected to, not greater than SESENTA (60) days, term that will be extended if you travel abroad.
ARTICLE 71. - Preventive detention. The enforcement authority must retain, giving immediate knowledge to the judicial authority:
1. May they be surprised "in fraganti" in a state of alcoholic poisoning, by narcotics or other substance that diminishes their normal psychophysical conditions, for the time necessary to recover their normal state.
2. Let them go after they participate in an accident and in the cases of article 84, for the time necessary to establish their identity, background and receive a statement. In no case should the retention exceed DOCE (12) hours, except in point 1, according to medical certification. The procedural principles of the precautionary measures covered by this article shall be regulated uniformly with the rest of the jurisdictions.
(b) Enabling licenses:
1. Of which there is a clear violation of the requirements of this Decree.
2. Of the returned drivers physically inept, it must proceed according to article 18.
(c) The vehicles:
1. That they do not comply with the regulatory security requirements, breaking a provisional record, which submitted within the THREE (3) days before any competent authority, having corrected the fault, is nullified. Incomparence makes the record definitive. Retention will last the time necessary to break the record, except if the missing requirement is such that it puts in certain danger the safety of the traffic, in which case it will last until the defect is repaired. The opportunity to do so will be facilitated for this purpose.
2. Driven by minors in violation of article 11, they shall be handed over without further action to their legal representatives, or to whom they credit their property or possession.
3. Excessed in weight or in violation of the rules on hazardous cargo transport, until they normalize their situation.
4. Abandoned, those who will be referred to official deposits giving knowledge to the owner if any.
ARTICLE 72. - Preventive control. Any driver must be subject to the evidence expressly authorized to determine his or her condition of alcohol or drug poisoning, to drive. In the event of an accident or at the request of the person concerned, the authority must take the tests as soon as possible and ensure their accreditation.
ARTICLE 73. - Resources. Classes. Without prejudice to the instances of the procedure for the performance of the authority of the trial, the following remedies may be lodged before the ordinary courts, against the convictions for which they shall have suspensive effect:
(a) The appeal, which shall be raised and substantiated within the CINCO (5) days of notifying the judgement, before the judicial authority that rendered it. The performances will be elevated in THREE (3) days. Sanctions for minor misdemeanours imposed by legal judges are inapplicable. It may be deduced along with the remedy of nullity;
(b) Complaint, directly to the ordinary justice, when the deadlines for sentencing or for raising the appeals filed are over, or when they are denied.
ARTICLE 74. — Children under CATORCE (14) years of age and those who are under the Criminal Code are unimputable for this regulation.
The unintention in the commission of faults, as well as the states of alcohol or narcotic poisoning, of the conductors, shall not be exempt from the sanction corresponding to this Regulation.
ARTICLE 75. Any legal person, of a public or private nature, shall be liable to the pecuniary penalties provided for by this Decree. But if the contravention in the public road is attributable to it, the sanction will also be imposed on it.
If a legal person of a public nature is repeatedly sanctioned, the authority of prosecution, in addition to applying the corresponding sanction in each case, must place such an anomaly in the knowledge of the highest authority of the repeat offender, in order to take appropriate measures.
ARTICLE 76. - Classification. The following behaviours are subject to serious offences under this Decree:
(a) Those who endanger the health of the population, by improperly driving, by speeding or polluting the environment.
(b) Apparel on the right to another vehicle except for the exceptions contemplated;
(c) To refuse or to be reluctant to identify an alleged offender, being obliged to do so;
(d) Disabling authority or resisting its requirements on the rules of movement or procedure;
(e) Generally those who violate the provisions of the articles: 9 (e), 11, 32, 38 (a), 46 - except (v)-, 67 and 84.
Misdemeanours not covered by the preceding description are considered mild, without prejudice to the judge ' s ability to decide definitively, in accordance with the following two articles.
ARTICLE 77. - Attenuating. The judicial authority may decrease the penalty to a third when the following situations occur:
(a) A duly accredited need, considered in relation to the seriousness of the offence committed;
(b) When the alleged offender was still acting diligently, he could not help but commit the fault, and he was also inconspicuous.
ARTICLE 78. - Grease. The penalty may be increased to three times in the following cases:
(a) When the offence committed has placed the health of the person at imminent risk or caused harm to the situation;
(b) Where the offender has committed the failure to provide an emergency, emergency or official service;
(c) When she has committed abuse of real emergency or emergency situations, or the performance of a public or official service;
(d) When the provision of a public service is impeded;
(e) When the offender is a public official and commits the offence by abusing his character.
ARTICLE 79. - Renewal of faults. The commission of several offences is considered:
(a) Real contest. When they have originated in different facts, in which case the corresponding sanctions will accumulate, even if they are of different species, without exceeding the maximum set for each of these;
(b) Ideal contest. Where a single fact has more than one sanction, in which case the greatest one applies;
(c) Relapse. When a new offence is committed, it has been the defendant previously sanctioned in any jurisdiction, within the time limits of UN (1) year for minor or DOS (2) for serious fault.
Severe sanctions are a precedent for applying recidivism in the commission of a minor, not the reverse.
Periods are counted from the infringement without computing the disqualification periods.
ARTICLE 80. - Punishment of recidivism. The recidivism is sanctioned:
(a) In all cases with a fine, it will increase:
1. For the first, the double that would correspond.
2. For the second triple.
3. For the third quadruple.
4. For the next, the value of the last fine is multiplied by the amount of infractions minus two.
(b) With disqualification of up to SEIS (6) months when the value of fines in minor faults exceeds the maximum of Article 82;
(c) Accessoryly, with disqualification of up to NUEVE (9) and DOCE (12) months for the first and second recurrence due to serious misconduct, respectively;
(d) In all cases, from the third relapse of serious fault with disqualification of THREE (3) to DIECIOCHO (18) months for the latter, successively blurring such limits in the following Relapses.
ARTICLE 81. - Classes. Sanctions for breaches of these Regulations are effective enforcement, shall not be applied on a conditional or suspended basis and consist of:
(b) Disqualification. Accessory to drive vehicles or certain category of vehicles, in which case the licensee must be retained;
(c) Non-removable arrest;
(d) Participation in special education and training courses for the proper use of the public road, the approval of which redeems the fine and its failure to triplicate it;
(e) Seizure, accessory punishment involving loss of items whose placement, use or transport in vehicles is expressly prohibited.
ARTICLE 82. - Fine. The value of the fines is determined by the so-called "Unidad de Multa" (UM) equivalent to the price of sale to the public, in the Federal Capital, of VEINTICINCO (25) litres of special nafta of YPF.
In the sentence, the amount of the fine will be determined in Multa Units (UM) and its equivalent will be paid in money at the time of payment.
Each infringement of the public road to the rules of circulation will be penalized with up to CUATRO (4) Multa Units (UM) for minor faults, CUARENTA (40) Multa Units (UM) for the serious ones and will apply to OCHENTA (80) and CIENTO VEINTE (120) Multa Units (UM) for the cases of contest and recidivism, respectively.
The regulations will define the faults by establishing a single amount of Multa Unit (UM) only for breaches of the rule of movement in the ep public road that those responsible for the direct driving of vehicles incur. In the Federal Capital, the contraventional penalties contained in the Municipal Criminal Law shall apply.
In order to make the voluntary payment provided for in article 83 (a), the determination of the amount shall be carried out in weight at the date of issuance of the summons which invites the user to avail himself of the benefit and shall retain the value appropriated to the date of expiry. This maturity will be operated on the TREINTA (30) days of issue of the aforementioned option. From its expiration, the amount will be updated based on the value of the Multa Unit (U.M.).
ARTICLE 83. - Payment of the fine. The penalty of the fine may:
(a) To pay voluntarily for breaches of the rules of operation in the public service, in which case the original amount will be reduced in a quarter. For serious faults it will have the effects of firm conviction, but in such case no more DOS (2) can be used per year;
(b) To be required by means of an executive collection system, where for factual or law reasons it has not been paid in term for which the certificate issued by the Judgment Authority shall be sufficient title;
(c) Apportionment in cases of low-income offenders.
ARTICLE 84.—Arrest. The arrest comes only in the following cases:
(a) For driving in a state of alcoholic or narcotic poisoning;
(b) For driving without being able to do so, as a result of a sanction or suspension;
(c) By participating in or organizing in the public road unauthorized skills or speed with motors.
(d) Arrest of the third recurrence in serious fault and particularly for violating red traffic lights.
The application of this article is subject to its approval by the HONORABLE CONGRESS OF NATION.
ARTICLE 85. - Application of arrest. The penalty of the arrest shall be applied only by the ordinary justice of the corresponding jurisdiction and shall be in accordance with the following:
(a) Not exceeding QUINCE (15) days for lack, nor of TREINTA (30) in case of contest or recidivism;
(b) They can fulfill it at their home:
1. Pregnant or breastfeeding nurses and women.
2. Children under DIECIOCHO (18) years.
3. Major SESENTA and CINCO (65) years of non-repetitiveness.
4. Lisians, who at the discretion of the judge corresponds to them.
The person who, without authorization to leave the domicile, violates the execution of the arrest warrant, except for force majeure, must effectively fulfil the remaining twofold period.
(c) To be fulfilled without rigour and to no more than SESENTA (60) kilometers from the place of trial or the domicile of the offender, who cannot be accommodated with ordinary prisoners or convicts.
EXTINATION OF ACTIONS AND SANTIONS
ARTICLE 86. - Causes. The extinction of actions and sanctions is carried out:
(a) The death of the accused or punished:
(b) For pardon or commutation of sanctions;
(c) By statute.
ARTICLE 87. — Prescription. The prescription is operated:
(a) A year, for action on a minor basis;
(b) To the DOS (2) years, for action for serious misconduct and for sanctions, on which the judgement has not been notified.
In all cases it is interrupted by the commission of a serious offence or by the sequel to contravention, executive or judicial proceedings.
ARTICLE 88. — Supplementary legislation. In the present regime, the general part of the Criminal Code is of supplementary application.
ARTICLE 89. — Passenger vehicle drivers who do not have special license will be fined up to CUARENTA (40) U. M.
ARTICLE 90. - Manufacturers and importers of vehicles, coupled and semi-coupled to free the public transit to these without the respective license for the Model Settings will be fined up to CIENTO VEINTE (120) U. M.
ARTICLE 91. - Local manufacturers or terminal companies and all importers involved in the manufacturing process or in the phased assembly and are not registered in the registers established by the SECRETARIAT OF INDUSTRIA And TRADE will be fined up to CIENTO VEINTE (120) U. M.
ARTICLE 92. — Terminal manufacturers. Importers and any other component of the marketing chain that modify the characteristics of the automotive model and that affect the safety or pollution factors will be punished with vehicle retention until the minimum safety repairs and pollution values are carried out in accordance with the Model Settings license and with a fine of up to CIENTO VEINTE (120) U. M.
In the case of users and where the infringement does not review a seriousness that warrants the retention of the vehicle, they will be granted a maximum period of SIETE (7) days to be presented to the competent authority, so that it certifies that the required repairs have been made.
ARTICLE 93. — Manufacturers and importers who do not keep archived and available for consultation, by the requesting authority the documentation relating to the Certificate of the Model for the term of DIEZ (10) years counted from the date on which the last vehicle of the serle was manufactured, shall be fined up to CUARENTA (40) U. M.
ARTICLE 94. — Manufacturers of auto parts, distributors and workshopists who repair security auto parts in unauthorized cases will be fined up to OCHENTA (80) U. M.
ARTICLE 95. — Drivers of public transport vehicles that violate the safety standards, because they do not have the lighting and signaling systems defined, classified and specified in the regulations of this Annex, shall be punished with the retention of the vehicle, until the repairs to the minimum lighting and signaling values set out in the regulations referred to and with a fine of up to OCHENTA (80) U.
The fine penalty may be extended to the owner of the vehicle domain.
When the infringement does not review a seriousness that warrants the retention of the vehicle, they will be granted a maximum period of SIETE (7) days to appear before the competent authority, so that it certifies that the required repairs have been made.
ARTICLE 96. - Drivers of public transport vehicles that exceed the regulatory limits of broadcasting, noises and parasitic radiation, as set out in Article 31 of this Regulation shall be fined up to CIENTO VEINTE (120) U.M. and vehicle retention until the repairs to the regulatory limits referred to above are carried out.
The fine penalty may be extended to the owner of the vehicle's domain.
When the infringement does not review a seriousness that warrants the retention of the vehicle, they will be granted a maximum period of SIETE (7) days to appear before the competent authority, so that it certifies that the required repairs have been made.
ARTICLE 97. - Offences to article 38 (e) of these Regulations shall be fined up to CUARENTA (40) U. M.
ARTICLE 98. — Offences to Decree No. 209/92 shall be fined up to CUARENTA (40) U. M.
NORMATIVA ON WORKING CONDITIONS, MEDICINE, HIGIENE AND SECURITY IN THE WORK OF THE CONDUCTORS OF THE COLLECTIVE AUTOTRANSPORT OF PASAJEROS BY CAMINE.
The commercial firms, companies, companies or persons of visible or ideal existence that acquire, exploit or manage collective passenger transport services in the territory of the Republic, assume all the responsibilities and obligations under Law No. 19.587 and its regulations, and the resolutions of the SECRETARIAN OF TRANSPORTE of the MINISTERY OF ECONOMY AND OURS AND PUBLIC SERVICES.
This rule aims to prevent any damage that could be caused to the life and health of the drivers of the collective passenger transport and to protect them in their activity from the set of risks inherent in their work.
1.1. In the headers, terminals and stoppers, the companies will have, for the driving and onboard service personnel, adequate sanitary services in proportion to the maximum number of staff that meets according to the service diagrams. A functionally integrated restroom will also be available to the health facility. For your project, Chapter 5 Annex I to Decree No. 351/79 will be taken into account.
Companies may opt for one of the THREE (3) locations planned at point 1.1. for the location of the sanitary premises, when the arrival of the driving and aboard service staff to such facilities, according to the established times of journey, occurs at intervals not exceeding THREE (3) hours.
When driving and on-board service personnel are unable to return to their habitual residence for reasons of service, those responsible must provide them with the means to provide them with adequate accommodation.
In the event that the vehicles have sanitary services on board, they can be used to replace the fixed installations provided for in the stoppers. The companies will arbitrate the necessary means so that the relay of drivers is carried out with the vehicle stationed in an appropriate place.
In the case of urban and suburban services, the obligation to have an integrated rest room will only apply to the main head of the service.
Where there are duly substantiated reasons that make the provisions of this article impracticable, the competent Labour Authority in matters and jurisdiction may, for each case in particular, establish alternatives that are compatible with the object of the rule.
1.2. Health and rest facilities will be used exclusively for the above-mentioned staff.
2.1. Any vehicle destined for ai collective passenger transport that is enabled as such must be specially designed for that purpose.
2.2. Any vehicle intended for collective passenger transport shall satisfy the minimum characteristics specified in item 2.2.1., 2.2.2., 2.2.3., 2.2.4., 2.2.5., 2.2.6. and 2.2.7., without prejudice to the exceptions that, in response to the modes of reduced driving times or the use of vehicles for small passenger contingents, are regulated.
2.2.1. As of 1 January 1994, the engine of the new units that are available must be at the rear of the vehicle.
2.2.2. As of 1 January 1994, new units that are available should be equipped with constant air suspension with stabilizing or anti-red system.
When the services are provided on unpaved roads or on high irregular mountain topographs or on extremely slack terrain, the regulation shall include the exceptions necessary to adapt the technical characteristics set out in points 2.2.1. and 2.2.2.
2.2.3. Power management that maintains the possibility of your mechanical drive to fail your power systems.
2.2.4. Handle and Instrumental arranged in such a way that the driver should not move or unhinder the driving to operate them.
2.2.5. As of 1 January 1994, the new units for Urban Transport will have automatic gearbox.
2.2.6. He'll have safety windshields. They must be free from stretch marks, bubbles, or from any other defect that deforms the vision through them.
They should also be replaced when surface wear causes deviations from the lights.
2.2.7. Cleaning system, cleaning and cleaning of windscreens.
3.1. In the interior of the ceiling the lateral, front and rear walls of the body and in the motor housing, in all vehicles, whatever the type of services they are affected, will have a thermal and acoustic insulation system of characteristics Incombustible, ignipheral or flame retardants.
4.1. The noise level measured at a height of 1.20 m above the floor level of the vehicle, in the position of the driver's seat, cannot exceed:
- with the vehicle stopped and motor regulated: 75 dB (A).
— with the vehicle stopped and with the engine turning to three quarters (3/4) parts of the maximum number of revolutions: 85 dB (A).
Both measurements will be made with all closed doors and windows and with an external noise level less than 60 dB (A).
5.1. The vehicles must have ventilation systems that ensure a complete renovation of the air mass in the interior of the cabin, at least VEINTE (20) times per hour. The inflow of combustion gases into the vehicle should be avoided.
5.2. Air renewal should be performed uniformly throughout the vehicle with closed doors and windows and regardless of their speed of march.
6. INCLUDING AND SERIALIZATION
6.1. Lighting on the driving station and areas of ascent and descent should be adequate and of an incandescent type, while the inland traffic corridor can be fluorescent.
6.2. As of 1 January 1994, new vehicles that are available will be equipped with beacons incorporated into the general lighting system with an autonomous battery, without prejudice to the strength of the corresponding portable beacons.
6.3. Retroreflective belts will be available that mark the rear and front contour of the vehicle and its longitudinal development. The same ones will be yellow, they can be discontinuous in the rear and front contour, provided that the sum of the segments is equal to or greater to the ACCENT (40 per cent) of the total width of the vehicle and signal the ends.
The longitudinal development will be continuous.
The minimum width of the band will be TEN (10) centimeters.
The aforementioned bands can be applied or painted.
7. ADVISORY OF THE CONDUCTOR
7.1. The design of the driver's seat should be ergonomic, that is, appropriate to what is determined by the physiological analysis of each typical driver's movement, respecting the biomechanical principles.
7.2. The cushioning of the seat will operate exclusively on the normal displacements to the plane of the vehicle floor, avoiding seat displacements in other ways.
Its anchor to the structure of the vehicle and its structural rigidity will be the right one to ensure a correct fixed point for the seat belt.
These conditions must be ensured by a system of damping and self-adjustable suspension, of pneumatic or similar characteristics.
7.3. The seat belts will be of the inertial type and will hold the driver from his left shoulder, crossing over the chest to the right hip.
Your job will be quick opening.
The seat belt, and the headrest, will be mandatory for vehicles that are available from 1 January 1993.
7.4. Adjustable to the anthropometric dimensions of the driver.
8.1. Fire protection will include the set of construction, installation and equipment to be assembled by the units.
8.1.1. Hide fire initiation.
8.1.2. Use within the available materials, those that in case of fire, avoid or delay the spread of fire and do not unlearn toxic compounds.
8.1.3. Ensuring people's evacuation.
8.1.4. The amount and type of fire extinguishers to which the vehicles are to be counted shall be determined by the person responsible for the Hygiene and Safety Service in the Work of the Company on the basis of the fire load of the vehicle (Annex VII, Chapter 18, Decree No. 351/79). For the purposes of the calculation, the vehicle will be taken into account with its full load capacity (in passage, luggage, wineries and fuel).
Extintor locations in areas near the driver ' s post and the back door will be required.
8.2. Emergency exit: Emergency exits must allow a rapid and safe evacuation of all driving, on-board and passenger personnel and to conform to the following premises:
(a) Allow the evacuation of all persons in any position and state in which the vehicle is found (normal, shocked, dumped, etc.).
(b) The opening should be possible even if the structure of the unit suffers deformations in the event of any shocks or blows.
(c) The windows should have enough mass-handed hammers, to be able to break the windows of them, in case of failure of their opening systems. They will have clear indications about the appropriate place to direct the blows, in order to facilitate the breaking of the crystals.
(d) Operating systems should be able to be operated easily and quickly.
(e) Passengers must be informed on a preventive basis about the means of action to be followed in the event of an emergency.
9.1. Vehicles must have instruments that allow the driver to know the operating conditions of the engine (oil pressure, speed, temperature, pneumatic system pressure, fuel level, electrical system, or others) and with tyre pressure indicators. The medium- and long-distance vehicles will also have a speed recorder with acoustic or luminous warning in the vicinity of the maximum speed set by traffic regulations.
The speed recorder must be a device such that it maintains a durable and indelible record of the variables of speed, distance and time, for the purposes of control, detection of risk situations, implementation of preventive measures by the Hygiene and Safety Services and Labor Medicine and the investigation of accidents.
These records shall be kept by the employer for a period of TEN (10) years and made available to the competent authorities whenever required.
For urban vehicles, the pressure indicator of tyres must be installed in the guideline.
The indicator must be in the eye of the driver.
10.1. Each company shall be obliged to train its staff as prescribed in Chapter 21, Annex I to Decree No. 351/79.
10.2. For the activity of the passenger bus driver, special dedication should be given to train and instruct about:
10.2.1. Transit regulations.
10.2.2. Legal and conventional standards.
10.2.3. Knowledge of elemental mechanics.
10.2.4. Knowledge of the work unit.
10.2.5. First aid and emergency role.
10.2.6. Hygiene and safety.
10.2.7. Specific risks of activity.
11.1. Each company must submit in writing to its staff preventive measures to prevent occupational diseases and accidents.
11.2. Drivers will be informed of the occupational accident and disease statistics recorded in the company and in the activity, emphasizing the identification and evaluation of occupational risks in order to avoid them.
11.3. The identification, use and choice of means, clothing and equipment for personal and collective protection will be reported.
11.4. Work or projects relating to the application of techniques and new technologies, production and organization of work that have or may have an impact on the health and safety of the worker will be reported.
12. HEALTH EXMES
In accordance with Article 23, Chapter 3 of Decree No. 351/79, the Health Examinations shall be the following: income, adaptation, periodicals, prior to a transfer of activity and prior to the withdrawal of the company. They shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Act No. 24,028 and the regulations that are issued under the Act.
(A) Examinations: worrying, periodicals, adaptation, change of tasks, after prolonged absence and return shall consist of:
(a) Complete clinical examination: weight, size, pulse, blood pressure, lung and cardiac auscultation, including electrocardiogram, peripheral, digestive, genitourinary examination.
Orthopedic inspection with exploration of the integrity and functionality of the joints of the upper and lower members, vertebral mobility and alterations of the axis.
(b) Biochemical analysis:
Reaction of Chagas Mazza
(c) P. P. D.
(d) Tórax Panoramic Rx (front)
(e) Rx Cervical and Lumbosacra Column (front and profile).
0 Complete Otorhinolaryngological Test in Tonal Audiometry.
(g) Complete Neurological Examination with Electroencephalogram.
(h) Ophthalmological review to include:
Agudez and Campo Visual
Blomicroscopy (Hendid lamp)
(i) Psychodiagnosis to include:
Test for Intellectual Capacity Assessment
Test for the Evaluation of Attention, Concentration, Memory and Reaction Speed
Test for Visomotor Coordination
Test for Evaluating Personality Characteristics
B) Periodic Review shall be conducted according to the following periodicity:
Every twelve (12) months:
Full Clinical Review
Complete Ophthalmological Examination
Complete Neurological Test
Every twenty-four (24) months:
Tórax Panoramic Rx (front)
Rx Column Cervical front and optional profile
Rx Column Lumbo sacra front and optional profile.
The Concerned Review and Periodic Review shall be constituted as the Psychophysical Assessment Examinations established by the SECRETARIAT OF TRANSPORT, according to Resolution S.T. No. 90/91. When the same coincides in the same year of realization, the employer must fulfill only the second of the mentioned ones.
13. FORM OF REMUNERATION
The form of remuneration should be exclusively monthly; therefore, the forms of contracting and remuneration "per laps" for short, medium and long distance drivers are prohibited.
14. JORNADA DE TRABAJO
For short-distance drivers, in cases where the performance of the worker's schedule is performed at the time the usual route is completed, it will be repaid according to the current regulations.
For medium- and long-distance drivers, when the performance of the worker's schedule is performed in the middle of the journey, the company must relieve them of their tasks, unable to resume them until the next jomada.
Overtime may not exceed CUATRO (4) hours per day for any reason. When the worker meets his/her schedule and arriving at the header, terminal or parador, his/her relay may only be required to the extent that the continuation of the working hours does not exceed the amount of specified overtime and does not affect the corresponding rest. After this period (four hours), the employer must envisage the existence of staff willing to replace it.
Relays can only be made in enabled headers, terminals or paradores.
The pause provided for in Article 197 of Law No. 20.744 (t. o.) in its last paragraph may not be affected even if the tour or return is completed with delay.
15. COUNTRIES AND NAFTAS
The breaks and breaks for the driving staff of the short and medium services - distance will be adjusted to the following guidelines:
A) QUINCE (15) minutes at the end of each tour in the main header, and CINCO (5) minutes in the secondary header, provided that the time between them is not less than SESENTA (60) minutes, in which case only the pause corresponding to the main header will be computed.
B) If the march time between headers Intake more than CIENTO VEINTE (120) minutes, you will be added to the minimum pause time in the main header, other CINCO (5) minutes for each half hour or additional fraction.
In short-and-a-half-distance drivers, the Food Intake must be performed at the end of the tour.
The long-distance worker will enjoy a resting regime of at least VEINTE (20) minutes for breakfast or snack and CUARENTA and CINCO (45) minutes for lunch or dinner, in cases where the meals should be made in the working hours, those that may coincide with the technical scales that the unit performs.
16. WORKING TIME
The journey time between the head and the terminal must be conditioned by:
(a) Strict compliance with transit regulations.
(b) Strict compliance with security standards.
c) Density of the user public.
(d) Real length of the tour.
It should also be flexible enough to address, without detriment to the normative compliance, the fortuitous facts that might happen, such as:
(a) Climate change.
(b) Public road repairs.
c) Eventualities that may arise with respect to the user public.
No awards or punishments may be instituted in connection with the timeliness of the tour.
The short- and medium-distance drivers will not be able to perform expedition and ticket collection.
17. TEMPORARY PERSONAL
Where there is an increase in work, or the number of permanent driving personnel is diminished by the use of licences of any kind, companies may hire temporary assistance under the conditions established by the current regulations.
In addition, companies may hire "franqueros" in order to respect the pauses and rests set by this Decree and the general regulations.