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“Let them through. Next time, it could be you,” Road Transport Authority (RTA) recommends drivers in regard to emergency vehicles. It’s a striking phrase that teaches drivers the importance of yielding to ambulances, fire engines, police cars and other emergency vehicles.

“Let them through. Next time, it could be you.”

If you’re stopped at a red light with an emergency vehicle behind you that does not have a clear path to pass, you may already know to wait until your traffic light turns green to advance into the intersection and then safely pull over. Do not go through a red light to let an emergency vehicle pass. It’s dangerous to do so and may lead to an accident and another emergency.

But the act of letting an emergency vehicle pass can be easier said than done, especially with weather, traffic and today’s rampant digital distractions. To help drivers remember how to respond, the TowMyDrive Team [...]

In a recent meeting of the Federal Traffic Council, presided over by Lt.-Gen. Shaikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, a recommendation in this regard was submitted, said Major-General Mohammed Saif Al Zafeen, Director of the council.

Soon, the traffic fines of the expatriates are likely to be linked with the immigration counters of the departure areas of various ports of the country, to prevent the violators from leaving the country without paying accumulated fines.

In a recent meeting of the Federal Traffic Council, presided over by Lt.-Gen. Shaikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, a recommendation in this regard was submitted, said Major-General Mohammed Saif Al Zafeen, Director of the council.

The council has also recommended that drivers should disclose their illnesses in writing and the health authorities should give names of the people who are suffering from diseases that may hinder [...]

Special’ grade petrol (95 octane) will now retail at Dh1.77 per litre from July 1

 

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Diesel, which currently retails for Dh1.77 per litre, will retail at Dh1.xx from July 1. (File)

Mirroring the continuing stabilisation in global prices of crude oil, the UAE has announced a marginal increase in the retail price of petrol for the month of July 2016, following a 5 per cent hike announced in June.

‘Special’ grade petrol (95 octane) will now retail at Dh1.77 per litre from July 1, up 1.14 per cent from the Dh1.75 per litre that UAE residents currently pay for it.

On the other hand, Super (98 octane) grade of petrol will retail at Dh1.88 per litre from this Friday, up 1/07 per cent from the current Dh1.86 per litre.

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