Cases of recording fast lane violations in the UAE and the driver being fined 400 dirhams

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Official traffic sources in the Emirates explained cases of registering fast lane violations in the Emirates and fining the driver for a violation of 400 dirhams.

Instances recorded in the UAE of drivers breaking the rules of the fast lane and being issued a punishment of 400 dirhams

The official sources of traffic information in the Emirates revealed that there have been examples of reporting fast lane violations in the Emirates and fining the driver a total of 400 dirhams for the infringement.

Fine for fast lane violations in the UAE

In the UAE, drivers who violate the speed limit are subject to a fine, It is a violation of the Federal Traffic Law to fail to yield to cars that have a priority, whether they are approaching from behind or from the left (also known as the "overtaking lane"). The fine for this offense is four hundred dirhams.

Instructions for drivers to avoid fast lane violations on UAE roads... failure to give way violations

Instructions for drivers to follow in order to avoid infractions in the UAE's fast lanes... penalties for failing to yield the right of way, "The fast lane on the far left is designated for overtaking only," a traffic source who wished to remain anonymous said, "and no one should use the excuse that he is driving his car at the maximum speed, so no one has the right to force him to give way," noting that "this is a culture." For his part, a driver who wished to remain anonymous said: "The fast lane on the far left is designated for overtaking only." Incorrect; the General Traffic Department of the Dubai Police was eager to fix it through efforts concentrating on this problem especially, including the campaign "Make way for those coming from behind," which was run in partnership with the Roads and Transport Authority.

A fine for driving slowly on the fast lane in the UAE

A monetary penalty may be incurred in the UAE for driving too slowly in the fast lane, For his part, a traffic source stated that there are a variety of behaviors that are associated with this issue. The first of these behaviors is a group of drivers driving slowly on the highway, to a degree that is sometimes less than the minimum or less than allowed, which indicates that "this is a serious violation and can be the cause of accidents."To put it eloquently"

Cases of non-disclosure violations against drivers in the fast lane in the Emirates

In the Emirates, there have been cases in which drivers in the fast lane have violated non-disclosure laws, He went on to say that one of the behaviors that are connected to this issue is that some drivers assume that driving at the maximum speed allowed on the road gives them the right to not give way to someone coming from behind. He emphasized that this is a common mistake as well as a violation of the law governing traffic. He said that it is vital to move over in the fast lane to make room for someone who is approaching from behind even if it is... Exceeding the speed limit of the road, no one knows its conditions, and there are control technologies such as radar devices spread in all streets that have advanced infrastructure and technology, so the driver should not use the excuse that he is adhering to the speed limit to not give way to those coming from behind, and he pointed out that what he must adhere to is the fact that what he must adhere to is the fact that what he must adhere to is the fact that what he must adhere to is the fact that what By everyone, it is to use the fast lane to overtake only, and then move again to the parallel lanes, particularly in light of the wide multi-lane roads that the emirate enjoys, and he pointed out that adhering to driving on this lane throughout the journey is a reason for the occurrence of several accidents, due to attempts to bypass this category of Drivers, without taking into account the speed difference on the parallel lanes, so you find a driver trying to overtake the other driver while There is no question that the offender stayed on this lane for a considerable amount of time, and it is not a requirement that he be a reason to prevent the passage of the one coming directly behind him, but he may have caused the disruption of the express lane without noticing that". It is impossible to register it at random because it requires a notice by the traffic patrol. In addition, there is no question that the offender caused the disruption.

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