Umm Al Quwain Police announces to drivers a 50% reduction in traffic fines
In urgent news, it was stated that the Umm Al Quwain Police initiative to reduce traffic violations by 50% for motorists was launched. In this context, Umm Al Quwain Police explained how to benefit from the initiative and the groups excluded from benefiting.
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Reducing traffic violations by 50% in Umm Al Quwain:
A few hours ago, an urgent decision was issued by the Umm Al Quwain Police General Command today, Sunday, November 20, 2022, regarding reducing the value of traffic fines for drivers in Umm Al Quwain by 50%.
The duration of the initiative to reduce traffic violations by 50% in Umm Al Quwain:
In a related context, Umm Al Quwain Police stated that the decision to reduce traffic violations by 50% came on the occasion of the 51st Union Day, and the duration of the initiative is scheduled to be about 5 weeks, starting from 1-12-2022 and continuing until January 6-2023.
Traffic violations covered by the decision to reduce violations by 50% in Umm Al Quwain:
In this context, Umm Al Quwain Police announced that the initiative to reduce traffic violations will include all violations that were committed before 10/31/2022.
Traffic violations excluded from the decision to reduce traffic violations by 50% in Umm Al Quwain:
On the other hand, the General Command of Umm Al Quwain Police revealed that there are a number of violations that have been excluded and the perpetrators of which have been denied to drivers from the right to benefit from the initiative to reduce traffic violations, namely:
First: A violation of driving a vehicle in a way that endangers the life of the driver or others.
Second: Driving a car in a way that causes damage to public facilities or private facilities.
Third: Committing a violation of overtaking heavy vehicles when the traffic light is red.
Fourth: Drivers passing the red light by light vehicles.
And bypassing the red light signal by motorized bikes.
Fifth: If the driver exceeds the maximum speed limit set by more than 80 km per hour.
Seventh: Carrying out a number of changes to the vehicle's engine or base (chassis) without a permit.
Reasons for launching the initiative to reduce traffic violations by 50% in Umm Al Quwain:
This step comes in light of the Umm Al Quwain Police General Command's endeavor to adopt initiatives that contribute to the happiness of customers from all segments of society, and to facilitate vehicle owners to adjust the conditions of their expired vehicles, renew them and ensure safety on the roads, calling on all vehicle drivers and road users to fully adhere to traffic laws and regulations. traffic; To ensure their safety and the safety of others, and to achieve the objectives of the Ministry of Interior to reduce traffic accidents and make roads safer and more secure.