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Traffic police to no longer charge cash fines

By M.ZOLJARGAL

Traffic regulation violators will have to pay traffic fines through their bank accounts starting December 1, as the traffic police will be equipped with devices that recognize drivers’ fingerprints, ID cards, or driving licenses, and will instantly print traffic tickets.

The device will be distributed on November 29, to all 400 traffic regulation officials currently servicing Ulaanbaatar.

If traffic violators do not pay their fine by its due date, the fine will increase.

The devices were brought in though the state budget 2013, specifically, the purchase and other expenses were allocated from the Prime Minister’s budget.

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