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.
Fines can be paid by one of the following methods: Attendance to the service centre, if necessary, Sahl Device, Ministry of Interior app and Ajman Police app.
Fujairah Police have allocated 45 traffic and security patrols as part of the emirate’s security preparations during the National Day holiday.
The move will come into effect on December 2, 2020, for a period of 49 days, according to Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police.
The police explained that in coordination with partners, it will intensify awareness of not bypassing the lane designated for buses, pointing out that the commitment contributes to enhancing traffic flow and reducing the occurrence of traffic accidents.
Abu Dhabi Police have issued fines for 5,177 motorists during the first half of the year for hiding their licence plates, for fear of getting caught.
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.'
Police warned motorists to stop when they see the “stop” signs of school buses or face a fine of Dhs1,000 and ten black points. Also, school bus drivers who fail to open the stop sign while dropping off students will be slapped with an Dhs500 fine and six black points.