Amendments To The Highway Traffic Act

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ceļu satiksmes likumā

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/245175

The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the amendments to the Highway Traffic Act to make the Highway Traffic Act (the Latvian Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 1997, nr. 22; 2000, 3, 14, 15; 2001, nr. 6. No; 2003, 17; 2005, nr. 13. No; 2006, 2. No; 2007, 3, 7, 21; 2008, 13. no no; 2009, 1., 7., no. 14; Latvian journal 2010, 86, 151 no; 2011, 46, 99, 204. No.) the following amendments: 1. Supplement article 1 with 10.1 points as follows: "101) intelligent transport systems: a system in which information and communication technologies in the field of road transport (including infrastructure, vehicles and road users), traffic and mobility management, as well as the interface with other transport modes." 2. in article 14: to supplement the first sentence with the following: "the prohibition laws of the cases recorded by other persons — in such cases, if the road traffic safety Directorate or the State technical supervision agency in the relevant register, registration allows them to be carried out by electronic means."; Add to article 2.1 part as follows: "(21) insolvent debtor owned vehicle seizures, registration or other prohibitions on electronically registered and erasing the debtor's insolvency administrator."; make the third paragraph as follows: "(3) If the vehicle is registered, registration or other disposal of the ban, the vehicle may be removed from inventory for disposal or removal from the country, must register the pledge mark and transfer or take other steps to the registered in the ban." 3. Add to article 14.1 of the eleventh subparagraph by the following: "(11) vehicles and their drivers in the State providing the information contained in the register of foreign competent authorities permitted pursuant to binding international treaty Latvia and European Union law." 4. Replace the third subparagraph of article 20, the words "driving licence" with the words "management rights". 5. To supplement the law with Their Department by the following: "chapter of Their Intelligent transport systems article 42.1. Intelligent transport systems the goal and action (1) intelligent transport systems aim to provide innovative services for road and traffic management as well as to enable road users better access to information and a more secure, more coherent and more effective use of transport networks. (2) the processing of personal data in connection with the application of intelligent transport systems and services the activities carried out in accordance with national regulations on the protection of personal data, the processing and the free movement of such data. (3) the personal data processed, insofar as the processing is necessary for intelligent transport systems applications and services. " 6. the fifth paragraph of article 43.1: adding to paragraph 1 after the words "by mail" with the words "or by electronic means"; Replace paragraph 6, the words "up to date" with the word "longer". 7. Make the fourth paragraph of article 43.2 the introductory paragraph as follows: "(4) If the fine imposed is not paid to the Latvian Code of administrative offences the time limit expires, the registration certificate of the vehicle specified in the holder or, if the holder is not specified, the vehicle owner (possessor) of the vehicle and the driver of the national registry shall send a notice of unpaid fines. If the infringement was committed with a vehicle which is registered in a foreign country permanently, but its use in Latvia article 9 of this law in the fifth part of the cases has been authorised, the notification is sent to the person who received the permit. If the offence was committed with the vehicle that passed the trade (then installed national registration number of the trade mark or the vehicle is registered in the trade register), the notification sent to the operator, who shall take the vehicle in trade. The notification shall indicate the following information: ". 8. in article 27.1: make a fifth by the following: "(5) the Protocol – decision not later than three working days after it has been taken forward to the vehicle specified in the registration certificate holder or if the holder is not specified, the vehicle owner (possessor). If the infringement was committed with a vehicle which is registered in a foreign country permanently, but its use in Latvia, article 9 of this law in the fifth subparagraph, the cases have received permission, forward the decisions of the Protocol-the person who received the permit. If the offence was committed with the vehicle that passed the trade (then installed national registration number of the trade mark or the vehicle is registered in the trade register), Protocol-decision sends the operator who made the vehicle trade. Protocol – the decision is invalid without the signature of the fine applied by officials. Protocol-decision shall enter into force on the seventh day from the post office. "; to supplement the article with 5.2 and 5.3 part as follows: "If this article (52) in the fifth paragraph, first, second and third sentence, that person is not running the vehicle at the time of the infringement, the decision shall be referred to the Protocol – (sends) driver who at the time of filing of the infringement led the vehicle. (53) the Protocol, a decision may be challenged and appeal to a driver who breaches the blip at the time led the vehicle. " 9. transitional provisions be supplemented by the following paragraph 27:27. Until June 1, 2012, the Cabinet of Ministers to develop and submit to the Parliament a Bill which provides that Latvia previously unrecorded new vehicles first national technical inspection shall be carried out not later than 24 months after the first registration in Latvia. " 10. Add to the informative reference to European Union directive to point 4 as follows: "4) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 July 2010 the EU directive 2010/40/based on the deployment of intelligent transport systems in the field of road transport and for interfaces with other transport modes." The Parliament adopted the law of 23 February 2012.
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