UAE driving license: Who is responsible for paying traffic fines for trainees in the UAE

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In the United Arab Emirates, who is responsible for paying traffic fines for breaches committed while learning?

Who is responsible for paying traffic fines for trainees in the UAE

Both the vehicles used for training and the vehicles used by driving instructors are equipped with safety measures. The vehicles also have dual controls and brakes.

A driver in the United Arab Emirates is subject to a fine of Dh1,000 and four points on their license if they suddenly swerve away from the road.

A clarification was provided by Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), which stated that "the driving institute is fined if anyone commits a traffic violation while learning to drive."

It is the responsibility of the instructor: Wajahat Noor, who is the manager of the Instructor Training Centre at Emirates Driving Institute (EDI), provided the following explanation: "It is the responsibility of the instructor to take care of the safety of the learner, the training vehicle, as well as other road users."

"There are many challenging situations in which learners are prone to making mistakes; consequently, instructors need to exercise extra caution in any given situation. Some examples of these situations include a sharp curve, a roundabout, a traffic light, merging from a minor road to a major road with a stop or give way sign, lane change, two-way traffic with many vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclists, and e-scooter riders getting close to the front vehicle, as well as highway and road conditions.

Noor emphasized that in the event that there are errors made by students that have the potential to result in accidents or fines, the errors will be regarded as the instructor's fault, and ultimately, the instructor will be responsible for the consequences.

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In her statement, Noor mentioned that the job of a professional driving instructor is difficult. They are tasked with the responsibility of providing their students with appropriate guidance and instructions. They are obligated to make certain that the students have a comprehensive comprehension of the regulations, and they must have patience when instructing," he went on to say.

Additionally, in order for their students to be able to drive safely, the instructors need to maintain their composure and concentration while they are out on the road. Noor emphasized that in order for them to properly teach the students, they must not only possess the appropriate knowledge and expertise, but they must also always be on top of every issue.

In addition, it is essential for the driving instructor to achieve good communication with the student driver by delivering sufficient and prompt feedback in order to assist the student driver in the development of their driving skills prior to the acquisition of a license.

According to Noor, training vehicles are outfitted with safety measures, and driving instructors use automobiles that have dual controls and brakes in order to teach their students how to avoid accidents while they are taking driving lessons.

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