Dubai Police warns drivers of serious violations punishable by 800 dirhams and 4 black traffic points

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Dubai Police issued an important warning to drivers regarding serious violations that carry a penalty of 800 dirhams and 4 black traffic points. The police identified all violating behavior that is considered distraction other than the road.

Dubai Police issues a warning to motorists about significant infractions, each of which can result in a fine of 800 dirhams and four black traffic points.

The Dubai Police Department has issued an important warning to motorists on significant traffic offenses, each of which carries a penalty of 800 dirhams and four black points on their driving records. The law enforcement officers identified all of the illegal behaviors that are regarded to be distractions in addition to the road.

Dubai Police warns drivers of the seriousness of traffic violations

The Dubai Police remind drivers of the severe consequences of breaking traffic laws, The Director of the General Traffic Department at the Dubai Police, Major General Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei, issued a warning to drivers not to be occupied off-road by using the phone while driving because of the risks it creates that threaten the lives of innocent people, whether those using the road or the victim drivers. Major General Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei's statement can be found here. It should be made clear that talking on the phone while driving not only diverts the attention of the driver but also increases the risk of an accident by twofold since it interferes with a significant portion of the critical activities that are required for safe driving. When a person is using their phone, especially when they are perusing social networking sites, it slows down their reaction time, making it more difficult for them to escape an impending threat. When using social media or sending text messages, drivers should explain that being distracted off-road by using the phone while driving is considered a serious violation and is one of the primary causes that lead to serious traffic accidents. They should also point out that many drivers are unaware that being distracted off-road by using the phone while driving is a violation that carries a serious penalty. When they are behind the wheel, it places their life and the lives of those around them at danger. If the driver's attention is diverted for even a brief period of time, it could result in an accident, the consequences of which the driver, his passengers, and any other innocent bystanders may have to bear for the rest of their lives.

Penalty for violating busyness on the road in the Emirates

In the Emirates, there is a fine for drivers that violate the bustle of the roads, During the first eight months of this year, being busy off-road was the cause of ninety-nine accidents, while thirty-five thousand and five hundred and twenty-seven permissible violations were recorded during the same time period. Major General Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei explained that the penalty for being busy off-road is a fine of eight hundred dirhams and four traffic points.

Dubai Police instructions for drivers to maintain safety while driving

Instructions for drivers issued by the Dubai Police Department to ensure their safety while driving, According to Major General Saif Al Mazrouei, there are primary reasons for fatal accidents, which were monitored by the General Traffic Department during recent years in particular. These primary reasons include failure to give priority to other road users, sudden deviation, and not leaving sufficient distance, in addition to speed. All of these primary reasons were monitored by the General Traffic Department. It is possible that the usage of a cell phone contributed to a lack of concentration on the driver's part. A typical contributor to the majority of accidents brought about by these causes. Major General Saif Al Mazrouei issued a call to all people who use roads to remind them of the significance of obeying traffic rules and avoiding anything that could divert the driver's attention away from the road and result in carelessness and a lack of attention while driving. Some examples of activities that could fall into this category include talking on a mobile phone while driving, texting, or reading social media. He issued a plea to motorists, imploring them to behave responsibly while driving and to abstain from engaging in any behavior that could put their lives or the lives of others in danger. He stated that in this regard, Dubai Police will enhance the surveillance and follow-up operations of those people who do not adhere to traffic laws in order to discourage them in various locations, and this will be done in order to achieve the highest levels of security and traffic safety for all users of the road.

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