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The measure would cover the owners of vehicles that have been registered prior to December 31, 2020 and, in calculations by Senator Trujillo, could benefit some 25 families affected by the crisis generated by the covid-19.
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This aspect will be left to a subsequent regulation by the national government, which must include mechanical and environmental conditions.
Another of the measures contemplated in the draft of six articles is that the owners of these vehicles could withdraw up to 100% of the resources contributed to the replacement programs to guarantee them a minimum income.
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The questions that could arise with this measure are how it could affect the renewal plans of the vehicle fleet in the coming years and how to compensate for a lack of financing of that fund in the face of a massive withdrawal.
For now, Senator Trujillo assured in a press statement that the project does not exempt him from the responsibility of continuing to make contributions in the future and comply with the renovation plans.
The third aspect contemplated by the project is a flexibilization in assigning new routes. In this sense, the initiative proposes a raffle so that companies receive a quick response to their modification requests in the destinations they operate.
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The creation of new routes will also be encouraged in areas of the country where there is no adequate coverage or in areas where traffic has been improved. road infrastructure.