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Legal Analysis of the Provisions of a New Professional Standard of a Master of Learning to Drive from the Point of View of the Road Safety Strategy
Abstract.The subject of the research is the system of legal relatiosn in the sphere of road safety. The object of the research is the social relations in the sphere of road safety, access to driving vehibles of different kinds and training of drivers. The aim of the research is to analyze the congruency of the legal grounds of road safety, requirements for masters of learning to drive, and criteria of access to driving a vehicle. The author analyzes provisions of the professional standard from the point of view of the Road Safety Strategy, suggests changes and analyzes statistical data of road traffic accidents. The author emphasizes the need to review the standards that grant access to driving a D vehicle and obtaining the teaching license. The methodological basis of the research includes fundamental provisions of the theory of the right and state, generalisation of the practical experience, statistics and methods of logical, systems analysis, comparative and other research methods. The scope of the research covers legislative and law enforcement activity, educational process, researc h and improvement of particular branches of the Russian legal system. The novelty of the research is caused by the practical and scientific importance of the Road Safety Strategy in Russia for 2018 - 2024. In conclusion, the author offers to change Section 3.1. of the Standard and to set forth the rule that individuals who obtain a license to teach how to drive D and D1 vehicles must be 24 years old at least.
Keywords: public transport, requirements for the master, master of learning to drive, professional standard, experience, admission of drivers, traffic accident, Road safety, accident statistics, buses
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