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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.
The police said such reckless behaviour of the driver is dangerous for everyone. The motorists not only is breaking the traffic law, but also preparing the ground for a major accident.
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