Important Driving Rules to follow in Dubai, UAE

UAEDubaiImportant Driving Rules to follow in Dubai, UAE

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has specific rules and regulations when it comes to driving. Here are some of the most important rules to keep in mind:

Driving Rules in UAEDriving License: You need a valid UAE driving license to drive in the Country. If you’re a resident, you can get a license by passing a driving test. Visitors can drive with an international driving license for up to six months.

Dubai Traffic Rules

Seat Belt: All passengers in a car must wear a seat belt, and children under the age of four must be secured in a child seat.

Speed Limits: Speed limits in the UAE vary depending on the area. In general, the speed limit is 60-80kilometers per hour (km/h) in residential areas, 100-120 km/h on highways, and 140 km/h on some major highways.

Mobile phones: Using a mobile phone while driving is illegal in the UAE, and you can be fined if caught.
Drinking and driving: Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is strictly prohibited in the UAE. The legal blood alcohol limit is zero.
Traffic signals: Always follow traffic signals and road signs. Running a red light or ignoring a stop sign can result in a fine.
Overtaking: Overtaking on the right is illegal in the UAE, and you can be fined for doing so. Always use your indicators when changing lanes.
Emergency vehicles: If you see an emergency vehicle with its sirens on, pull over to the side of the road and give way.
Road conditions: The UAE has a high standard of roads, but drivers should still exercise caution and be aware of road conditions, particularly in areas under construction.
Carrying documents: You should always carry your driving license, registration card, and insurance documents with you while driving in the UAE.

It’s essential to follow these rules and regulations to ensure your safety and avoid fines or other legal consequences.

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