Dubai Traffic seizes 4,172 violating vehicles and punishes their drivers with more than 50,000 dirhams

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The Dubai Traffic General Department seized 4,172 violating vehicles and punished their drivers with more than 50,000 dirhams and black points. 50,000 must be paid to remove the seizure and a 2,000 dirham fine for endangering the safety of others.

Dubai Traffic has confiscated 4,172 infraction-causing automobiles and fined the drivers a total of more than 50,000 dirhams in addition to assigning them black points, In total, 4,172 infraction-causing automobiles were impounded by the Dubai Traffic General Department, and their drivers were fined more than 50,000 dirhams and given demerit points. A fine of 2,000 dirham must also be paid for putting the safety of others in jeopardy, in addition to the 50,000 that must be paid to have the property released from seizure.

Driving vehicles in a dangerous manner in order to get more views on social media

Putting themselves and others in harm's way in order to garner greater attention on social media platforms, Several hours after Dubai Police announced the arrest of girls parading on motorcycles in a dangerous manner, no less reckless than the methods followed by young people obsessed with this kind of hobby, a young man demonstrated his ability to ride a motorcycle while it had only one tire while he was on Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road. The young man was on Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road when he performed his feat. They were finally shocked by a young man riding a bike between automobiles, exhibiting - in an exceedingly hazardous manner - his capacity to ride it in different ways. Days after other cyclists were captured displaying in the same way on public highways, eyewitnesses told: "They were finally surprised by a young man riding a bike between cars." They ascribed this kind of behavior to "social media fever," referring to the desire of these young males to acquire high viewership rates as the reason for their behavior. The young man lifted the front of his bicycle and rode it on a single wheel while moving his bicycle in a "zig-zag" pattern between the parked cars. The ensuing risk is not just attributable to the manner in which he drives. Cycling on a public street demonstrates the risk that these traffic offenses pose to automobile drivers. According to a video that was recorded by a road user of the reckless driver, when he was riding a bike between automobiles in a fashion that is not appropriate for the nature of public roadways, the video shows that the other road users are busy watching him, which doubles the risks of accidents occurring. This information is based on a video that was taken of the reckless driver.

Penalty for driving dangerously on UAE roads

Driving recklessly on UAE roadways will result in a penalty, In line with Decree No. 30 of the Dubai Government regarding the seizure of automobiles whose seizure value in this regard reaches 50,000 dirhams, police seizures continued despite the stiffening of the fines that follow from these behaviors. This was done in order to seize vehicles whose seizure value in this regard surpasses 50,000 dirhams. During the first half of the year, the General Traffic Department of the Dubai Police Department was responsible for seizing a total of 4,172 automobiles and motorcycles. Since January 1 of this year, as a result of committing traffic offenses and introducing fundamental alterations to them that enhance the speed of their engines, causing inconvenience and noise in the process. Girls were recently detained by the Dubai Police after they were found to have tampered with motorcycle license plates and then paraded around with those plates in several of the emirate's streets.

A fine for endangering the safety of others while driving in the UAE

A monetary penalty in the United Arab Emirates for putting the lives of other motorists in danger while on the road, According to the Dubai Traffic General Department, "the fine resulting from a violation of driving a vehicle in a way that endangers personal safety or the lives, safety or security of others is 2,000 dirhams, 23 black traffic points, and the vehicle is impounded for a period of 60 days, in accordance with the Federal Traffic Law, in addition to implementing the provisions of Decree 30." To the Dubai government with regard to the seizure of vehicles, in which the maximum fine for releasing vehicles that have been seized is 50,000 dirhams.

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