The offender's licence will be suspended for six months.
The Abu Dhabi Police have warned motorists about the dangers of jumping red lights and failing to pay attention to the road, which may incur a total fine of Dhs51,000 and 12 traffic points.
Abu Dhabi Police said offenders would be fined Dhs1,000 and given 12 black points for the traffic violation, as per Law No. 5 for 2020 on Impoundment of Vehicles in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Under the law, motorists who jump red lights and have their cars impounded for 30 days will need to pay a fee of Dhs50,000 to secure their vehicle's release.
The offender's licence will be suspended for six months, and the fine must be paid in full within three months, failing which the vehicle will be auctioned.
Abu Dhabi Police broadcast a video revealing that some drivers harass motorists by tailgating them, causing dangerous confusion for the latter on the roads.
The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police called on drivers of heavy vehicles, trucks and buses, and owners of companies and who are in charge of labourers’ buses, to warn drivers to refrain from driving during fog.
'This is to strengthen the preventive measures aimed at avoiding accidents in such weather conditions, in order to preserve the safety of everyone.'
The Abu Dhabi Police also warned some motorists about their negative behaviour, especially young motorists who disturb residents and drive recklessly on roads.
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.
An Indian expat with the ticket number 206975 has won Dhs30 million in Abu Dhabi Big Ticket’s one of the biggest ever raffle draw on Saturday.
"I commend the United Arab Emirates for the historic cooperation with Israel forged over the past two years through the Abraham Accords," said Antony Blinken, US Secretary of State, in a press statement on Friday.
The celebrations were attended by the Centre's staff and a broad multicultural segment of the mosque's worshippers and visitors, which reflected the rich Emirati heritage and noble values, and highlighted the mosque's message that calls for cross-cultural dialogue worldwide.
The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Cases rejected a lawsuit filed by an ex-husband who demanded to obligate his divorcee to pay him Dhs28,000, claiming that he had transferred the agreed alimony to her bank account.