In his appeal, the legislator noted that, in accordance with the current legislation, citizens are prohibited from driving a vehicle in a state of alcoholic intoxication, as well as in the presence of a certain amount of alcohol in the body. This rule is well-known for motorists.

At the same time, there are medications after taking which it is forbidden to get behind the wheel of a car (first of all, this applies to certain antidepressants, tranquilizers, neuroleptics, etc.) or when using which it is not recommended to drive a vehicle, Khamzayev said.

In this situation, as he noted, many motorists have a rather mediocre idea of the dangers of using this or that drug. Sometimes a banal medicine, the possible impact of which a person behind the wheel may not think about, can cause an accident, the parliamentarian added.

"In order to improve road safety and raise awareness among citizens, I ask you to consider introducing special labeling for the packaging of medicines: place a warning on a red background if driving is prohibited after taking this medicine, a warning on an orange or yellow background if driving after taking the medication is not recommended due to possible individual side effects," - said in the text of the appeal.

Earlier, Russians were warned about the consequences of using counterfeit "non-freezing".