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Abu Dhabi Police announce the change in the speed limit in the emirate due to change in weather.
In a video posted on their social media platform, Major Ahmed Sorour Al-Shamsi from the Safe City Center advises drivers to reduce speeds to 80 km / h for their safety and that of road users.
This is due to fluctuating weather conditions as a result of rain and dense fog, he said.
“The changed speed limit is displayed on road traffic signs and in the screens of smart gates during unstable weather,” he added.
Al-Shamsi also calls on the residents to keep practising social distancing and stay at home.
Failure to pay the fines will cause the vehicle to be sold in public auction, Abu Dhabi Police added.
The police said that accidents happened because motorists were paying attention to the road and the traffic in front of them.
The police pointed to the main reasons that lead to the occurrence of traffic accidents during the summer, which include the expiration of tyres, the lack or increase in air pressure in the tires, overloading and frequent use of long distances.
Abu Dhabi Police called on motorists to adhere to safe driving and follow the speed limit of 80km during fog and to leave an adequate safe distance between vehicles. Motorists should abide by the directive issues by the traffic department.
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