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Video: Pay Dh 400 fine for sudden swerving on UAE roads – News

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Six reckless drivers held for performing dangerous road stunts.

Ras Al Khaimah Police will begin issuing fines of Dh400 to motorists for offense of lane violation.

Brigadier Ahmad Al Sam Al Naqbi, director of the traffic and patrols department, RAK Police, said that surveillance cameras have been activated at all traffic signals to ensure motorists follow lane-driving rules.

“Failing to observe the lane rule has been reportedly blamed for so many dangerous accidents, particularly at traffic lights and cross roads,” Brigadier Al Naqbi said.

Urging motorists to keep the vehicle in designated lanes and refrain from lane changing at intersections, Brigadier Al Naqbi stressed that all the road signs and paints clearly indicate whether turning right or left is allowed.

Adding that surveillance cameras will detect traffic violators, the Brigadier said, “Jumping red signals, crossing intersections at high speed – even if at green light, and now lane rule.”

Six stunt drivers nabbed

Brigadier Mohammed Saaed Al Humaidi, director general of the central operations, said as part of one-month campaign to “curb such risky practices” they nabbed six “reckless” drivers for performing dangerous road stunts.

“The six drivers were stopped at late hours in the last few days,” said Brigadier Al Humaidi.

Campaign against open electric sites

The RAK police have launched a campaign to spread awareness among the public about open electric sites.

Brigadier Dr Rashid Al Salahdi, director of community police, said, “The campaign mainly focuses on the residential areas where parents are urged to keep an eye on children and prevent them from approaching such hazardous sites.”

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