Urgent.. 5 warnings for drivers coming to Abu Dhabi
The Emirate of Abu Dhabi provides and implements high standards of safety by relying on modern and internationally developed systems in the operations of speed control, management and traffic control.
The following are some of the goals of implementing safety guidelines for speed limits and road traffic:
These precautions are being taken in order to lower the number of motor vehicle collisions, and consequently the number of injuries and fatalities, as well as to safeguard the lives of motorists, passengers, and pedestrians.
A caution to newly licensed vehicles entering the Emirate of Abu Dhabi:
And if you are one of the new drivers arriving in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, there are five safety measures that you should pay attention to while operating a motor vehicle on the public roadways here.
Five caution to travelers just starting out on the roads that lead to Abu Dhabi:
First and foremost, a word of caution to all vehicles arriving in Abu Dhabi:
There is not supposed to be a speed margin, there is no longer a speed margin as of the year 2018, and the speeds that are determined by the radar have been combined with the speeds that are installed on traffic signs.
Second caution to be issued to motorists arriving in Abu Dhabi:
Existence of non-synchronization and monitoring of differences in the succession of work of the light signals, so that the left turn signal does not open when moving forward as required by international systems; non-synchronization exists when the left turn signal does not open when moving forward. to steer clear of crowded areas and slow moving vehicles.
The final word of caution for those who will be driving in Abu Dhabi:
The following scenarios each have a worth of 50,000 dirhams for the vehicle's detention:
- Strike or cause damage to a police vehicle.
- Unpermitted participation in road events or competitions.
- In the event that the license plates are illegible, false, or counterfeit Avoid going through the red light.
- Using the vehicle in a way that puts the driver's life or the lives, safety, or security of others in jeopardy, as well as the vehicle's own.
A final word of caution to those who will be driving in Abu Dhabi:
It is important to note that the Abu Dhabi Police Department initiates the system to reduce speeds during times of fog. This is done as a temporary preventive measure, with the goal of reducing the number of traffic accidents that occur on the roads as a result of a lack of visibility. Along with being posted on roadside signs, warnings about this issue are also sent to drivers' mobile devices and social media profiles, as well as being displayed on roadside boards.
Fifth word of caution to travelers who are heading to Abu Dhabi:
This includes all vehicles with numbers issued by licensing departments in all emirates, and the value of the violation is 500 dirhams, and the vehicle is impounded this week, according to what was published in the newspaper. It is also important to note that Abu Dhabi Police uses smart systems on the roads of the emirate to monitor and release violations of expired vehicles in the country.