Five people, including a child, were killed in the collision of two cars in the Bagaevsky district of Rostov region, told journalists the representative of management of traffic police of Russia in the region.
The accident occurred at about 11.30 GMT at the 67th kilometer of highway Rostov-on-don - Volgodonsk.
The maximum permissible speed on some tracks can get up to 150 kilometers per hour, said "Komsomolskaya Pravda" Deputy head of traffic police Oleg Panarin.
"In the short term, I think it is possible to talk about increasing the speed to 130 kilometers per hour, and with the development of standardization documents, technology, cleaning, maintenance and repairs of high speed roads you can go at 150 kilometres," he said.
The accident involving two vehicles occurred on MKAD in Moscow, as a result, injured three people, reported the press service of the Moscow traffic police.
The cars collided at 16.50 on the 60th kilometer of the highway.
The driver, who refused from medical examination for intoxication, tried to "buy off" from employees of traffic police a bribe of 300 thousand rubles, the press service of the MIA.
According to authorities, on June 26 in the course of duty on Berezhkovskaya embankment about 20.00 inspectors of traffic police stopped the car "Jaguar" for verification of documents. The driver was very nervous and reluctant to answer questions at the police station. Upon further communication from the police has any reason to believe that a citizen can be in a state of intoxication. He was asked to undergo a medical examination for intoxication, but he refused.
. The traffic police plans to introduce a new method of testing drivers for sobriety. About it radio station "Komsomolskaya Pravda" said the Deputy head of the Main Department on security of traffic of the Ministry of internal Affairs, the General-the major of police Alexander Bykov.
The new technique will allow us to test multiple machines from the stream. The device is like a breathalyzer, but how it will be organized by the technical side of the process, the Ministry said.