A car carrying a bicycle attached to its boot drives at a road in Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi Police have advised motorists not to cover the plate numbers with a bike rack or any other objects.
Violators will get a fine of Dhs400 according to the federal traffic law.
The police stated that Article 27 (b) of the Federal Traffic Law stipulates that the perpetrators of acts that may lead to "lack of clarity of vehicle licence plate numbers" will be fined Dhs400.
Traffic control will be intensified and legal action will be taken against vehicles with plate numbers blocked from public view.
Last month, in a public announcement video, the Abu Dhabi Police warned about the risks posed by illegally transporting passengers and the negative repercussions on their safety and security, while warning drivers of private vehicles from transporting passengers without a licence.
The police also urged the public to use official and licensed means of transportation that comply with international safety standards, as well as to cooperate in discouraging illegal transportation and improving security and community awareness by refraining from using such vehicles.
It then stressed that it will continue its joint campaigns with the Integrated Transport Centre Abu Dhabi, as its strategic partner to detect violators.
Abu Dhabi Police has warned against the dumping of used face masks and gloves on roads, streets, and public facilities as it would incur an Dhs1,000 fine and six traffic points.
Abu Dhabi’s Traffic and Patrols Directorate held a press conference on Tuesday to launch an awareness campaign titled “Be Road Safe,” during which it disclosed a plan to detect school bus “stop arm” offenders in co-ordination with the Department of Transport.
The police used surveillance cameras at the scene and saw the masked men trying to steal the device.
The incident came as President Emmanuel Macron’s government is pushing a new bill that restricts the ability to film police, which has prompted protests from civil liberties groups and journalists concerned
Photos and video showed a Nissan sedan with bullet holes through windshield and blood pooled on the road.
Because of security concerns, Cher's schedule was not made public. However, she met on Friday with Prime Minister Imran Khan and was expected to visit Kaavan later in the trip, according to the prime minister's office.