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Sharjah Police have warned residents against driving vehicles with expired licence or registration as it could lead to a fine of Dhs500 and the confiscation of their vehicle.
According to the Police, awareness campaigns urging motorists to avoid driving without valid papers and licence has been launched.
Reckless drivers who are not cautious of speed limit will also be punished.
The police will be carrying out inspections randomly to ensure all licences and registrations are renewed.
Any driver caught without valid documents will have their vehicle confiscated for seven days.
Parents are called on to prevent children without license from driving.
Parents of underage children found driving will be held accountable under the juvenile delinquency law.
The device will be deployed in the residential areas in the city of Sharjah, the eastern and central areas in the emirate, to reduce disturbance in the neighbourhood.
The step aims to reduce traffic accidents by designating a speed limit on the emirate's roads.
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