Decision comes within the framework of the Ministry's ongoing efforts to review, evaluate and update all preventive and precautionary measures to meet the challenge of coronavirus.
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.
Ajman Police, Emirates Islamic Bank sign MoU to enable motorists with traffic fines of Dhs1,000 and above pay their fines in up to 12 installments.
Abu Dhabi Police launched the initiative for early payment of traffic violations, which will start applying from December 22, according to which the traffic violations value, the value of the vehicle impounded and the delay fine (if any) will be reduced by 35%, in case of payment within 60 days of the date of the violation.
Nearly half of all parents in the UAE admit to breaking road safety rules if they feel that they are not being monitored on the road, a new survey has revealed.
Based on the directives of Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman and Chairman of the Executive Council, Major General Sheikh Sultan Bin Abdullah Al Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of Ajman Police, announced a decision reducing traffic fines by 50 per cent and cancelling impoundment and black points for one month, effective from Feb 16, 2020.
Despite adequate traffic laws being put in place in the UAE, many motorists do not adhere to it. It’s not the roads that are dangerous but the attitude of the drivers (“Abu Dhabi Police warn of risks posed by bad tyres to safety of road users,” June 4, Gulf Today).
The radars were readjusted to catch the violators travelling between 8pm and 6am.
The step aims to reduce traffic accidents by designating a speed limit on the emirate's roads.