Urgent.. The Emirates announces new violations of traffic control rules in rainy weather will be a deterrent
The Emirates announces new violations of traffic control rules in rainy weather will be a deterrent, The General Headquarters of the Abu Dhabi Police have issued a warning to motorists to observe safe driving practises during periods of rain and erratic weather.
In order to ensure that everyone stays safe, she stressed the importance of staying away from valleys and other areas where water tends to pool, avoiding getting too close to electrical supply lines, staying away from exposed areas, and staying away from trees when it rains, and according to safety instructions and rules.
The director of the traffic and patrol directorate, Brigadier General Mahmoud Youssef Al-Balushi, issued a call to drivers to be disciplined while driving the vehicle, particularly during the rains. He warned against driving recklessly, recklessly, or carelessly, circumnavigating and risking entering valleys, and not complying with traffic and traffic laws.
Measures to enhance the safety of the vehicle driver and his companions
He explained that the new violations of traffic control rules and procedures No. 178 of 2017 in rainy weather will be a deterrent to non-compliant drivers. He pointed to the danger of reckless behaviours from some drivers during the rains as a result of their insistence on crossing the streams of strongly rushing valleys. Some of these drivers intentionally travel long distances to descend into running water, causing accidents that lead to deaths or serious injuries in a dangerou environment. He said that the new violations of traffic control rules and
The director of the traffic and patrol directorate issued a call for compliance with the laws and responsibility by preserving roads and private and public property, not endangering the lives of drivers and the lives of others, and promoting positive behaviours that will contribute to a reduction in the number of traffic accidents and the deaths and serious injuries that result from those accidents.
He made the point that driving in wet conditions requires taking certain precautions to ensure the driver of the vehicle and his passengers are as safe as possible. These include keeping the car windows clean so the driver has a clear view of the road, maintaining the car's headlights so the driver has better visibility while driving, and replacing worn-out tyres with new ones to reduce the risk of skidding.
To prevent the vehicle from sliding and pulling to the side of the road in the event that the driver experiences a lack of visibility while operating a motor vehicle, he emphasised the significance of keeping a safe distance between one's own vehicle and other vehicles on the road, not applying the brakes abruptly or while travelling at a high rate of speed, and reducing one's speed significantly when turning corners.