things to avoid while Driving in Dubai

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things to avoid while Driving in Dubai

Dubai is the smallest of all United Emirates having scenic beauty indulging its tourists from all over the globe to visualize UAE as an easy-to-go dream place. UAE’s shopping malls and high-rises fantasize the tourists to drive their car or luxury car-rental on the wide roads of Dubai because the public transport in Dubai is still being under-developed. Indeed, Dubai as a glorious metropolitan city built on the Persian Gulf is a paradise for tourists from all parts of the world. Though various car-rentals provide you unparalleled services to enhance your travel experience and allow you cheap supercar hire to travel across Dubai, there are several things tourists should never do while hitting the roads of UAE for a fun-filled luxury voyage across Dubai. Here are some of the top important measures to take while driving in Dubai even when you go for cheap supercar hires.

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Avoid Close Driving with Other Vehicles on the Road
Always avoid close driving to the cars that are already being driven on the road in front of you. The reason is that if the car in front of you stops with a sudden jerk, you may not be in the position of suddenly stopping your car by applying the brakes immediately. It may result in an accident of any intensity. It can also result in paying you a penalty of 400 AED as fine or the traffic police can also add 4 black points on your license as a bad record. So, drive wisely.

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UAE traffic police count high speed on towns as well as cities’ roads as a serious violation of the traffic rules. Your vehicle can be impounded as the punishment of speeding your car up on roads. Dubai’s new traffic rule fines 300 Dirham to the driver of the vehicle if you are going on the speed of more than 80km/h.

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Always turn on your headlights and never switch them off. People are having the mentality that if they can see the road, there is no need to use the car’s headlights. This is a wrong perspective if you are driving on the roads of Dubai. Beware of the people who don’t even dare to turn their car’s headlights on when it’s dawn. They endanger others’ lives as well as their own.

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As a little bit conservative country, because it strictly follows the religious norms and rules the country is based on, Dubai finds many hand gestures as an offensive and insolent way even if you wish to amp the thrill. In other countries, it is okay if you are feeling displeased with someone doing wrong driving tricks, but it is not okay in Dubai to offend someone with wrong hand gestures while driving.

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Reckless non-professional drivers risk their lives as well as others’ precious time and lives when hit the roads. Though there are monitoring radars at every road of Dubai, still be aware of those drivers heading their vehicles to nowhere, just nothingness. If you are one of those, never try to hit the road especially highways and roads near populated towns and cities. Your thrill can cause many hindrances on the road even for professional drivers including a serious roadaccident.

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Never dare to drive under the influence of Alcohol. Even European countries don’t allow it while you’re about to hit the road. As Dubai is an Islamic country having an implementation of all Sharia laws, so it comes under one of the prohibitions to drive under the influence of Alcohol. Dubai traffic police take serious action on the violation of this traffic rule leading the driver to pay a fine of 20,000 AED along with the impounding of car for 60 days. The driver’s license is also added with 23 black points as a record. If a driver’s negligence caused serious road accidents or hitting someone or something, he or she can be punished with a prison sentence.

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