The clip shows a red light ahead and a car stopping at a red light. The two friends in the car are the owners who recorded the clip at 11:41:08 on August 31, 2021, the two of you were in the car. arguing with each other: One friend gave his opinion that if the light is red and no pedestrians are passing, we are allowed to go. One friend said that it can’t be because it’s the rule. State regulations, so we can’t break the rules. So the two of you argued. I will answer your questions. According to state regulations, we are not allowed to run a red light if it counts. According to the provisions of Article 22 of the Road Traffic Law, vehicle drivers who are required to pass red lights to give way to priority vehicles will not be fined for traffic violations.
Still. Decree 109/2009/ND-CP and Decree 123/2021/ND-CP also specify that cases of deliberately obstructing priority vehicles will be administratively sanctioned. So we will run the red light when there is a priority vehicle. If the traffic light is red and no one asks for the priority road, but we still intentionally pass, we will be penalized as follows: Penalties for passing red and yellow lights with cars. According to point a, Clause 5, point b, c Clause 11 Article 5 of Decree 100/2019/ND-CP and point dd Clause 34 Article 2 of Decree 123/2021/ND-CP:
Drivers of cars and vehicles similar to cars that run red or yellow lights will be fined from VND 4,000,000 to VND 6,000,000; Also deprived of the right to use the paper driving license from 01 month to 03 months; from 02 to 04 months if causing traffic accident. Penalties for running red and yellow lights with tractors and special-use motorbikes. According to point dd Clause 5, point a, b Clause 10 Article 7 Decree 100/2019/ND-CP and point d Clause 34 Article 2 Decree 123/2021/ND-CP:
Operators of tractors and special-use vehicles that run red or yellow lights will be fined from VND 2,000,000 to VND 3,000,000, deprived of the right to use the driving license (when driving a vehicle). tractor), certificate of training in road traffic law knowledge (when operating special-use motorbikes) from 01 to 03 months; from 2 to 4 months if causing an accident. Note: The error of crossing a yellow light is understood as a failure to comply with the regulations “when you see the yellow light signal (except for the flashing yellow signal) you must stop before the stop line, unless you have crossed the line.”
If you stop, you can continue.” So, in this case, you should be careful not to run a red light.
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