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Up to Dh10,000 fine for violating this traffic rule in Abu Dhabi

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Jul. 25, 19 | 2:35 pm

Motorists who will violate Abu Dhabi’s new toll gate system to be enforced in mid October could be slapped with a fine of up to Dh10,000, according to the Department of Transport (DOT).

Cars passing through the tolled gates on the first day without registration will be fined Dh100 while the fine is doubled on the second day after the system is enforced.

The fine will reach Dh400 on the third day and will be increased on cumulative basis until it reaches a maximum Dh10,000, DOT said.

Motorists registered in the system but do not have sufficient credit in their registration cards will be fined Dh50 each day.

“Drivers who try to cheat the system will be fined Dh10,000 while the same fine will be imposed on drivers who deliberately damage registration machines or gates,” DOT said.

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COVID-19: UAE reports 568 cases, total now at 39,376 with five deaths

COVID-19: UAE reports 568 cases, total now at 39,376 with five deaths

The Ministry of Health and Protection recently conducted 32,000 COVID-19 tests that led to the discovery of 568 new cases, bringing the total number of confirmed COVID-19 patients to 39,376. Dr. Al Shamsi: UAE health authorities conducted additional 32,000 Covid-19...

LOOK: PAL cabin crew delivers baby boy on-board DXB-MNL flight

LOOK: PAL cabin crew delivers baby boy on-board DXB-MNL flight

Officials from Philippine Airlines confirmed that a baby boy was delivered inside a plane on a repatriation flight from Dubai to Manila on June 6. In a Facebook post by PAL spokesperson Cielo Villaluna, she shared that the plane’s cabin crew helped deliver a baby boy...

UAE confirms success of 73 stem cell trial treatments

UAE confirms success of 73 stem cell trial treatments

(WAM) -- Researchers in the UAE trialling an innovative new stem cell treatment for COVID-19 infections have secured intellectual property rights protection, opening the way for the technology to be shared widely so more patients can benefit. A team of doctors and...

Dubai to install cameras that detect social distancing violators

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