In December last year, the Abu Dhabi Police announced a 50 per cent discount on traffic fines for a period of three months. WAM
The Abu Dhabi Police called on all motorists to take advantage of the announcement, to ensure payment of their traffic fines within the said period, and to settle their legal status.
Abu Dhabi Police also expressed hopes that the initiative will provide drivers with an incentive to reduce the burden of fines incurred as a result of traffic violations and to adhere to roads and traffic systems and laws that ensure the safety and security of the general public.
In December last year, the Abu Dhabi Police announced a 50 per cent discount on traffic fines and cancellation of vehicles impounded and black traffic points committed in the emirate before Dec.22, 2019, for a period of three months.
The General Command of Abu Dhabi Police announced on Saturday that traffic is banned for heavy vehicles and trucks on roads restricted to peak times in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, starting tomorrow 28th June.
The Abu Dhabi Police also called on drivers to pay attention while driving and refrain from using their mobile phones to surf the internet or use social media, stressing that it is closely monitoring traffic intersections using cameras, in cooperation with the Monitoring and Control Centre.
The gate will be sending instant signals to the “Safe City” centre, to determine the speed vehicles on the road according to the visibility situations through the sensor systems provided by smart gates.
The Abu Dhabi Police urged parents to be aware of the major risks posed by placing their children on their laps while driving, highlighting its keenness to promote the culture of traffic and raise awareness of relevant preventive measures and how to safely seat children in vehicles.
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