Abu Dhabi Police Fines Motorcyclists Dhs50,000 For Violating Traffic Rules
Abu Dhabi Police Fines 2023
Abu Dhabi Police has warned motorists against jumping red lights in the emirate, as violations will result in heavy fines and impounding of vehicles, as the violation comes with severe consequences.
Abu Dhabi Police cited Law No. 5 of 2020, which provides for impounding vehicles if drivers jump red lights.
According to the Abu Dhabi Police, Vehicle Impounding Law No. 5 of 2020 stipulates that a motorist who jumps a red light will be slapped with a fine of Dh1,000 and 12 traffic black points and his vehicle will be impounded for 30 will be impounded for the day.
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To release the vehicle, the motorist will have to pay Dh50,000, he said, adding that his driving license will also be revoked for 6 months.
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The vehicle will remain impounded until the fine is paid in full to release the prisoner within three months. Police added that the vehicle will be auctioned for failure to pay the fee to release the vehicle.
Abu Dhabi Red Light Crossing
Jumping red lights is a dangerous practice that not only endangers the offender but also other road users. The heavy fines imposed by the Abu Dhabi Police are aimed at discouraging this behavior and promoting road safety in the emirate. Motorists are advised to take the rules seriously and observe traffic signals at all times.
Finally, jumping red lights in Abu Dhabi is a serious offense with significant consequences. Motorists should avoid breaking traffic rules and regulations, to ensure their own safety and that of others on the road.
Abu Dhabi Police will continue to enforce these regulations, and motorists are reminded of the penalties they can face if they are caught breaking the law.