Abu Dhabi police caution taxi drivers, delivery riders about risks of reckless driving

Authorities purpose to improve web traffic security as variety of bike shipment bikers enhance on roadways

Cabby and also shipment bike bikers in Abu Dhabi went to an understanding workshop to discover the dangers of careless driving and also not sticking to web traffic security regulations.

Arranged by Abu Dhabi Cops and also the Division of Municipalities and also Transportation’s Integrated Transportation Centre (ITC), the brand-new campaign intends to advertise the society of risk-free driving amongst vehicle drivers and also bikers when driving in the emirate.

The workshop existed in Arabic, English and also Urdu with individuals from Talabat, Deliveroo and also Americana in Al Ain city.

Lt. Colonel Saif Mohammed Al Ameri, replacement supervisor of Al Ain Web traffic Division described that the campaign concentrated on increasing the degrees of web traffic understanding.

In his lecture, Significant Khaled Al Azizi, supervisor of the general public relationships division at the Al Ain Web traffic Division advised vehicle drivers to avoid unexpected modification of lanes and also the sudden use brakes on the active roadways and also to stay clear of utilizing cellphones while driving.

He likewise worried on the requirement to follow the defined rate restrictions, taking note of the roadway, distorting up, and also sticking to various other web traffic regulations

Drivers were likewise advised to utilize signs prior to taking turns and also to stay clear of speeding at web traffic signals and also while surpassing various other automobiles, as it might result in crashes.

He mentioned that enlightening cab driver and also shipment bikers concerning security on roadways will certainly assist improve web traffic security in the emirate.

There has actually been a considerable boost in the variety of bike shipment bikers on Abu Dhabi roadways over the previous couple of years because of the rise popular for food and also grocery store distributions.

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