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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Abu Dhabi Police have launched an initiative to replace minor traffic fines with warning SMSs to drivers, on the occasion of the International Day of Happiness, which falls annually on March 20 .
Brigadier General Mohammed Dahi Al Hamiri, Director of the Traffic and Patrols Directorate at the Central Operations Sector, explained that the initiative comes in implementation of the directives of the police leadership, that considered happiness and positivity the culture of a society on which generations are brought up, adding that it is the main goal of the government for a better and happier life for citizens, residents and visitors.
Al Hamiri affirmed the Abu Dhabi Police’s keenness to raise the level of happiness while maintaining the security and safety of road users, and urged drivers to be positive and abide by traffic and traffic laws and regulations, and to adhere to the speeds established on external and internal roads.
Al Hamiri affirmed that Abu Dhabi Police are keen to raise the level of happiness while maintaining the security and safety of road users.
He urged drivers to be positive and abide by traffic laws and regulations, and to adhere to the speed limits on external and internal roads.
The driver was driving recklessly without leaving enough space from other vehicles, besides overtaking vehicles in direction and not abiding by the traffic signs placed for motorists.
Moreover, the vehicle that causes the accident would be impounded and would be released only after paying Dhs5,000 within three months.
According to Article (32) of UAE traffic rules, motorists will get a fine of Dhs 800 and 4 black points for using phones while being on roads, which could lead to the driver’s distraction and cause traffic accidents.
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