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The unfortunate reality of driving in Dubai is it is highly likely during your time here you will have to deal with managing a traffic accident. The following are key tips to making the process as seamless and stress free as possible. If you are involved in a traffic accident and no one is injured and the vehicle damage in minor, move your vehicle to the side of the road in order to avoid blocking traffic. Note that the car repair companies cannot accept an order without an accident report so you must call the police. If the other driver drives off without stopping and waiting for the police, go straight to the nearest police station and file a report. (more…)

The Dubai Tour cycling road closure starts on Tuesday. Roads will be closed across the UAE for the Dubai Tour. Starting tomorrow, 6th February through Saturday, 10th February. Check out this map to view the upcoming road closures.

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cars racing 08_2015His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE, in his capacity as the Ruler of Dubai, has issued Decree No. 29 of 2015, on impounding of vehicles in the emirate to safeguard lives and property, and to ensure traffic safety and reduce accidents.
The decree specified cases of administrative and obligatory impounding of vehicles.
Dubai police shall seize vehicles that participate in races on the road without prior permission.

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