Turkmenistan has amended the Code of Administrative Offences, according to which fines for some violations have been increased.
Thus, for repeated violation of the ban on smoking in public places (within six months after the application of administrative penalties), a fine of 200 manat or two basic calculation amounts is imposed. The first violation provides for a fine in the amount of one basic value.
At the moment, the basis calculation amount for fines is 100 manat.
For violating traffic rules, disobeying priority signs, road markings or traffic light signals, pedestrians-violators will pay a fine of 40 manat (0.4 of the base value, previously 0.2). A fine of 100 manat or one basic amount is charged for repeated violation.
Parents or legal guardians of teenagers under the age of 16 who violated traffic regulations as pedestrians will be collected a fine of 40 manats.
According to the document, the penalty for exceeding the permitted maximum speed (60 km/h) by more than 30 km/h, but less than 50 km/h will be charged a fine of 300 manat. The fine increased from two to three sizes of the base value. A fine of 500 manats will be imposed for repeated violation.
For exceeding the speed limit by 50 km/h, the fine will increase to 700 manat. In case of repeated violation, the driver will be deprived of license for three months.
Violation of traffic rules, caused an emergency situation that forced other vehicles to change speed, direction of movement or take other measures will punished by a fine of 700 manat or seven sizes of the base value.
The amendments came into force from 11 May 2022. ///nCa, 13 May 2022