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PH Embassy and POLO-OWWA hold Post Arrival Orientation Seminar

The Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi together with the Philippine Overseas Labor Office and the Overseas Workers Welfare Association held the Post Arrival Orientation Seminar (PAOS) at the POLO-OWWA grounds. In attendance were Vice Consul Von Ryan Pangwi, Assistant...

Belt and Road Initiative, not China’s business alone: President Xi

WAM: ABU DHABI, 19th July, 2018 (WAM) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has said that despite China being the initiator and propeller of the Belt and Road Initiative, however, it is not his country's business alone. "It should also welcome other countries to board...

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After earning the rage of netizens, the Angono Municipal Station issued an apology to the public regarding their anti-rape tips. The cops clarified that they only intend to remind everybody to avoid being a victim of rape. While their apology mentioned that the...

Abu Dhabi Police launch new radars to catch unregistered cars by April 15

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Car owners in Abu Dhabi will need to renew their car registration by April 15 or they will have to pay a hefty fine amounting to Dh500.

The Abu Dhabi Police will be launching an intelligent road system on April 15 which can book vehicles whose license and registration have not been updated.

According to Abu Dhabi Police’s Instagram post, driving an unlicensed vehicle will entail a fine of Dh500, four black points, and booking the vehicle for seven days.

The new intelligent road system will be implemented in order to enhance the safety of vehicle drivers and road users.

Brigadier Ahmed Al Shehhi, Deputy Director of Traffic and Patrols Department at Abu Dhabi Police Central Operations, said that using the new smart systems will contribute to providing the highest levels of traffic safety and avoiding the negative consequences of driving a vehicle that has expired and has not been inspected.

اعتبارا من 15 إبريل الجاري.. تفعيل الأنظمة الذكية لرصد ومخالفة المركبات منتهية الترخيص بأبوظبي بالغرامة 500 درهم و4 نقاط مرورية وحجز المركبة 7 أيام . . تبدأ شرطة أبو ظبي بتفعيل الأنظمة الذكية على الطرق لرصد وتحرير المخالفات للمركبات المنتهية الترخيص والتي لم يتم تجديدها اعتبارا من 15 إبريل الجاري، وذلك بهدف تعزيز سلامة قائدي المركبات ومستخدمي الطريق، وإجراء الفحص الفني للمركبات وتأمينها وترخيصها من سلطة الترخيص، بعد التأكد من صلاحيتها للسير على الطرق. وأوضح العميد أحمد الشحي نائب مدير مديرية المرور والدوريات بقطاع العمليات المركزية في شرطة أبو ظبي، أن تحرير المخالفات باستخدام الأنظمة الذكية يسهم في توفير أعلى مستويات السلامة المرورية، وتفادي النتائج السلبية المترتبة على قيادة مركبة منتهية الترخيص ولم يتم فحصها. ودعا أصحاب المركبات منتهية الترخيص إلى الإسراع في ترخيصها، قبل رصدها ومخالفتها من خلال الأجهزة الذكية اعتبارا من 15/4/2018، وتطبيق المادة ٢٥ ب من قانون السير والمرور (قيادة مركبة منتهية الترخيص) بالغرامة ٥٠٠ درهم و ٤ نقاط مرورية وحجز المركبة ٧ أيام. Effective April 15, smart system will be activated to detect vehicles with expired registration. Violaters will pay a fine of AED 500, get 4 traffic points and have their vehicles impounded for 7 days. #الإمارات #أبوظبي #شرطة_أبوظبي #أخبار_شرطة_أبوظبي #الإعلام_الأمني ‏#UAE #AbuDhabi #ADPolice #ADPolice_news ‏#security_media

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