In St. Petersburg, they continue to catch car-sharing drivers on behalf of other people. The day before, police arrested the wily man driving a Delimobil car, a police source said.
The resourceful motorist was forced to slow down on Vasya Alekseev Street on the night of March 7. The man was driving a Hyundai Solaris car under the account of a friend. The driver ended the journey at the police station, where an administrative report was drawn up against him. The car was then handed over to a representative of the car-sharing service. The issue of initiating criminal proceedings is being resolved.
By the way, the day before, a case was brought against another cunning citizen who got behind the wheel of a Citymobil car using a fake account. The motorist was arrested on February 25 and ultimately did not get away with a single fine. According to the source, on March 7, a criminal case was opened against the man. He faces a penalty under the article on “unlawful possession of a car or other vehicle without the purpose of theft”.
Car-sharing cars in St. Petersburg often attract the attention of law enforcement. Earlier, MK in St. Petersburg told how the merchandiser Dixy robbed and crashed the Delimobil.
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