The Holy Month of Ramadan is here! Those who go to work in their used cars Dubai need to be extra careful. Low blood sugar and dehydration due to fasting can lead to mishaps on the road. Hence, Dubai Police warns motorists to fellow road safety rules during Ramadan.
Even though, it was observed that the traffic ran smoothly on UAE roads on the first day of Ramadan. However, police have warned motorists to pay a little more attention and be more considerate of other drivers and used cars Dubai.
Brig. Al Mazouri of General Directorate of Traffic at Dubai Police said that patience should be practiced while driving, especially close to Iftar due to traffic congestion, and we must abide by traffic laws. Also, be sure to follow traffic rules while parking. He also mentioned that the department will help the worshipers to move from entry to exit points of mosques.
The traffic patrol has been increased especially near prayer times and the police is prosecuting owners of used cars Dubai who do not follow the law. In addition, adhering to follow traffic rules is a must while parking. Additionally, be less aggressive towards other.
Here are some safety tips for drivers who are fasting:
- Beware of the speed limits
- Look out for others
- Drive defensively
- Keep in mind possible delays and plan accordingly.
- Wear your seatbelt
- Avoid rush hours
- Anticipate sudden movements
- Follow the traffic signals
- Don’t tailgate
- Drive very cautiously closer to Iftar.
- Get enough sleep
- Stop your car in case of drowsiness
- Travel on public transport and taxis
In conclusion, be very careful while driving your used cars Dubai if you are fasting, Previously, traffic accidents and fatalities have peaked during Ramadan. Let’s change that this time around. Drive safe. CarSwitch.com wishes you safety and blessings in this holy month!