New traffic rule and penalty for offenders highlighted by Saudi traffic police, however this will be welcomed by alot of drivers who are tired of rash driving and unnecessary overtakes.
New traffic rule and penalty for offenders highlighted by Saudi traffic police
Engaging in the risky behavior of weaving between vehicles not only jeopardizes road safety but also increases the likelihood of losing control, resulting in sudden and potentially severe accidents. Recognizing the seriousness of this issue, authorities have classified dodging between vehicles as a traffic violation.
Violators of traffic regulations risk incurring hefty fines ranging from 3,000 to 6,000 riyals, underscoring a steadfast dedication to curbing perilous behaviors on the roads. The substantial penalties aim to dissuade individuals from engaging in hazardous practices that compromise road safety.
This stern approach reflects a resolute commitment to fostering a secure and responsible traffic environment. Authorities emphasize the importance of adherence to rules to ensure the well-being of all road users, reinforcing the message that traffic offenses will not be tolerated. The stringent fines serve as a deterrent, reinforcing the imperative of responsible and lawful conduct on the streets.
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