A traffic violation in Dubai costs a reckless driver 50,000 dirhams
It was announced that a traffic violation in Dubai resulted in a reckless driver being fined 50,000 dirhams due to his dangerous driving style on the road.
A careless driver in Dubai will be fined 50,000 dirhams for every traffic infringement they cause.
It was reported that a reckless driver in Dubai was given a fine of 50,000 dirhams because of his unsafe driving style on the road as a result of a traffic infraction that occurred in the city.
A fine of 50,000 dirhams is a penalty for a reckless driver in Dubai
In Dubai, a careless motorist can expect to receive a fine of 50,000 dirhams as their punishment, A careless motorist who posted a video clip of himself driving his motorcycle recklessly on a single tire on public streets in Dubai was taken into custody by the Dubai Police General Traffic Department. The driver had posted the video clip on social media sites. According to Major General Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei, who is the Director of the Dubai Police General Traffic Department, traffic patrols are extremely important. A video clip depicting an irresponsible biker quickly went viral on one of the popular social media platforms after being uploaded there. I was able to get to him and grab him, and I told him that the video showed him riding the bike recklessly between automobiles, putting both his life and the lives of other people who use the road in danger.
Punishment for driving recklessly on the roads in the Emirates
Driving carelessly on the roadways of the Emirates will result in the appropriate punishment, The provisions of Decree 30 regarding vehicle seizure were applied to him, bringing the value of the violation to 50,000 dirhams. In addition, 23 "black" traffic points were recorded on his driving license as a result of the seizure of the motorcycle and the issuance of a ticket for driving a vehicle in a dangerous manner. Al Mazrouei added that the ticket for driving a vehicle in a dangerous manner was issued.
Motorcycle fines in the UAE
Fines for operating a motorcycle in the UAE, He disclosed that there were 22,115 violations registered for motorbikes during the first seven months of this year, and another 858 bikes were seized as a result of those violations. He called on community members to report when they observe negative phenomena by using the "Police Eye" service, which is available in the Dubai Police application, or by calling the We Are All Police service at 901. He warned against engaging in these reckless behaviors, emphasized that they will be dealt with firmly, and pointed out that approximately 80% of the perpetrators of these practices were subjected to accidents resulting from resulting in deaths or serious injuries.