Confiscated cars are parked at Dubai Police Headquaters.
These vehicles were spotted by police traffic patrols after gathering information on this category of motorists, whose motoring menaces put lives at risk by turning the streets into a race track, and took appropriate legal action toward them.
Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei, Director of the General Department of Traffic at Dubai Police, has warned against drifting and street racing as it seriously endangers the lives of everyone on the road.
"Some motorists are ignorant of the deadly consequences of drifting and racing in unauthorized places." "Losing control of vehicles will result in serious injuries and increase the mortality rate." "Traffic Patrols are instructed to take a zero-tolerance approach to high-speed drivers taking part in illegal street races", Brig. Al Mazrouei added.
Director of the General Department of Traffic stated that penalty has been intensified according to the decree No. (29) of 2015 Concerning Impoundment of Vehicles in the Emirate of Dubai, driving a vehicle in a way that jeopardizes driver's or other people's lives or their safety or security will incur a fine of AED 12,000, 23 black points and impounding of the vehicle for a period of 60 days. Motorists will also be fined for AED 12,000 and 12 black points for driving noisy vehicles cause disturbances to residents. Running away from the traffic policeman will incur a fine of 10,000, 12 black points and impounding of the vehicle for 30 days.
Brigadier Al Mazrouei appealed to drivers and the people to cooperate with the police in ensuring traffic safety. He encouraged people to report any traffic violation on 901.
"We are sorry to inform that as per local authorities and relatives it is so far confirmed that eight Indians have passed away in Dubai bus accident. Consulate is in touch with relatives of some of the deceased and awaits further details for others to inform their families," the CGI Dubai said in a tweet.
A vehicle on Dubai-Al Ain suddenly caught fire this Tuesday afternoon near Liwan Area.
Dubai Police have shared an image of the newly unveiled Tesla Cybertruck pickup with its emblem on it.
UN Women, PIA have signed a MoU to strengthen the collaboration, promoting the drive of safe mobility for women and pledging to prevent the harassment of women at public places.
Sheikh Hamdan has directed the authorities to grant Dubai government employees 6 days paid leave to enable them and their families to visit Expo 2020 Dubai.
A video of the incident, widely shared on the social media, shows Macron walking through the crowd when an egg bounced off him without breaking while a protester shouted long live the revolution.
'A meeting of the minds, and communication through culture… This is how we create the future, right here from Expo 2020 Dubai. I am so proud of our teams for all their efforts to make this a reality,' says Hamdan