The Province of Buenos Aires will send the project to the Provincial Legislature to formally adhere to the Unified Scoring System for Driver’s Licenses (Scoring).
At the same time, it will implement a series of tests to implement the scoring system in Buenos Aires. This was announced by the Minister of Transportation of the province of Buenos Aires, Jorge D’Onofrio
Along with the executive director of the National Road Safety Agency (ANSV), Pablo Martinez Carignano, the official said that he revealed that Governor Axel Kicillof plans to submit a project to the Legislature to formally adhere to national regulations and added: “We do not want to lose time and progress in rehearsals”.
D’Onofrio announced that “Governor Axel Kicillof will send the bill to the Legislature to adhere to the national Scoring and once it is approved we will implement it. We are working with simulations to implement it”. And he explained: “There are two stages that we hope to complete as soon as possible, going from the trial and error stage to a more accurate application of the standard since with Scoring, self-control begins.”
Meanwhile, Director Carignano stated: “The Province was at the forefront of road safety thanks to the decision of Minister D’Onofrio, Governor Kicillof and legislators with the approval of the Zero Alcohol Driving Law. This jurisprudence serves as traction for what happens in the national State in order to dissociate consumption from driving.