Find out below which politicians are behind the engraving of number plates on vehicles as part of the proposal to change the traffic law.
Car license plate engraving This is a change to the Traffic Act, which came into force on September 1st and, as mentioned at the beginning, obliges drivers to do so Engrave license plates on mirrors and windows of every vehicle otherwise they risk significant fines.
The movement you are looking for change the law and force the registration of patents It arises from a division of it.
That means one is written by the senators Juan Antonio Coloma (UDI), Juan Luis Castro Gonzalez (PS), Alejandro Kusanovic (Independent), Enrique Van Rysselberghe (UDI) and Matias Walker (Democrats).
On the other hand, there is also the support of the senators José Miguel Insulza (PS) j Ximena Ordenes (Independent). The current minister Segpres also joins this group, Alvaro Elizalde (PS).
It should be noted that the request to change the Traffic regulations was approved in the Senate 28 yes votes and 1 abstention and refers to the amendments tabled by the House of Commons.
What are the goals of license plate engraving on vehicles?
The measure aims to “prevent the sale and purchase of motor vehicles that are the result of robbery, robbery or other crimes“, as the senators emphasized.
With this in mind, we also try to avoid “the increasing theft of vehicles”and to”the commission of other crimes; the cloning and subsequent sale of these, as well as the dismantling and sale of parts and parts“.
When does it come into force?
With the aim of Prevent vehicle theft and cloning The law has already come into force. Now every vehicle that does not have the appropriate engraving before September 1, 2024 will risk Fines from up to 1.5 UTM or equivalent to an amount close to 95,000 pesos.