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Lieutenant-Colonel Omar Bughanim, Deputy Director of the Traffic and Patrols Department at Sharjah Police, pointed out that the campaign, which was launched in conjunction with the campaign of the Ministry of Interior, "demonstrates the negative repercussions, as a result of not following the traffic regulations and instructions that enhance road safety."
Lt. Col. Bughanim explained that the Federal Traffic and Traffic Law and its implementing regulations indicated that the wrongdoer will be liable to a fine of Dhs600 and 6 traffic points, while the driver who commits a violation of not giving way to vehicles that have the priority of the next road shall be punished. From behind or from the left side, you will be fined Dhs400.
The Deputy Director of the Traffic and Patrols Department stressed that the police leaderships in the UAE are uniting their security efforts to maintain the safety and security of drivers and pedestrians on the roads.
Additionally, the Sharjah Police urged members of the community to unite and work side by side during such exceptional circumstances, as well as adhere to all preventive health instructions of not leaving the house except for necessary causes.
The Abu Dhabi Police also warned some motorists about their negative behaviour, especially young motorists who disturb residents and drive recklessly on roads.
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