Road Safe Traffic Management: Vehicles Will Be Fined If They Do Not Keep Proper Distance; Authorities With A Warning

Road Safe Traffic Management: Vehicles Will Be Fined If They Do Not Keep Proper Distance; Authorities With A Warning
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Ajman: Emirates warns of fines if vehicles do not keep proper distance Ajman Emirate issued a warning. Vehicles on the roads will be fined if they do not keep the correct distance. Vehicles that do not keep a safe distance will be fined 400 dirhams and fined four black points, police said.
Many accidents occur on the road due to not following the exact distance prescribed by the police. Accidents are caused when the rear vehicle does not keep proper distance in the event that the speeding front vehicle has to stop suddenly. 

Ajman Police have recently installed a number of new cameras in various parts of the emirate to monitor the situation as part of enhancing road safety. Ajman police are also issuing a stern warning against the tendency to park behind parked vehicles. Police have warned that action will be taken against those who obstruct the movement of others, including fines.

 Police said they will take strong action against drivers who do not consider crossing the road. Strict fines and other measures will be taken against speeding drivers at designated places for crossing the road.
Earlier in the day, police had said they would crack down on speeding on Ajman’s roads, including fines, seizures and black points. If the detention law has been in place for those who cross the red signal or leave the vehicle on the road without renewing their registration, the police have decided to detain the vehicles of those who exceed the speed limit for 15 days. 

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