The maximum weight of vehicles in the Emirates is determined in the new law

The UAE authorities have announced setting the maximum vehicle weights in the new law, which will take effect next October 1, in order to reduce traffic accidents in the country by 50%.

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The new rule establishes the permissible upper limit for the weight of cars driven in the Emirates, The government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has made public its plans to implement a new legislation on maximum vehicle weights beginning on October 1 of this year. The goal of this law is to reduce the number of automobile accidents that occur in the country by fifty percent.

Maximum weight of heavy vehicles on UAE roads

The maximum allowable weight of heavy trucks on roadways in the UAE, The Federal Decree Law Regarding Regulating the Weights and Dimensions of Heavy Vehicles has Set a Maximum Limit of 65 Tons for the Weights and Loads of Heavy Transport Vehicles Traveling on the Roads of the Country, as Announced by the Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei. This was announced by the Minister of Energy and Infrastructure.

When will the maximum weight limit for heavy vehicles be implemented in the Emirates?

When will the Emirates begin enforcing the maximum weight limit for vehicles that are considered to be heavy? This limit will be imposed experimentally beginning on the first of the following October, and will be legally implemented, along with its penalties and infractions, beginning on the first of February 2024, according to an announcement made by the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure.

Setting a deadline for heavy transport companies in the Emirates to reconcile their positions with the Vehicle Weights Law

Establishing a deadline for enterprises in the Emirates that specialize in heavy transport to bring their policies in accordance with the Vehicle Weights Law, The Minister stated that heavy transport owners and companies were given a grace period of up to four months to adjust their situations in order to bring them into compliance with the provisions of the law, the executive regulations of which will be issued prior to next February. The Minister went on to explain that the implementation of the new law contributes to a reduction in the number of deaths that occur as a result of traffic accidents by fifty percent for every one hundred thousand people. It results in an annual savings of two hundred million dirhams in maintenance costs for the roads.

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