October 1, 2022

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6 causes of death due to traffic accidents in Ras Al Khaimah

6 causes of death due to traffic accidents in Ras Al Khaimah

Ras Al Khaimah police identified six reasons for traffic deaths on the emirate’s roads in the first half of this year: distracted driving, speeding without regard to road conditions, sudden swerving, and not leaving adequate safety. Distance between vehicles, and reckless and careless driving without appreciating road users in front of other drivers.

For his part, Ras Al Khaimah Police Commander-in-Chief Major General Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al Nuaimi said efforts will be made to control traffic and raise awareness on the roads of Ras Al Khaimah in the first half of this year. , contributed to a 29.2% decrease in the traffic accident fatality index in Ras Al Khaimah. According to traffic department statistics and results of patrols.

Director General of Central Operations, Brigadier General Dr. Muhammad Saeed Al Hamidi pointed out that Ras Al Khaimah Police does not hesitate to use all advanced electronic technologies and technical and human personnel specialized in the field of transportation to control road safety. High-end services that meet the aspirations of the public to help improve road safety and security.

He explained that the Traffic and Patrol Division of the Ras Al Khaimah Police intends to increase the number of cameras assigned to monitor streets, internal and external roads in the emirate and key areas to improve traffic control. The vision and guidelines of the Ministry of Home Affairs towards social happiness and contribution towards raising the standard of living index.

He pointed out that the Department of Transport and Patrol is keen to spread traffic awareness among drivers and all road users and the urgent need for safe pedestrian crossings to avoid vehicular accidents and consequent loss of life and property. Post pedestrian lights at intersections, use designated crossing spaces, coordinate with traffic lights to regulate vehicular movement, urge drivers to slow down at designated pedestrian crossings and in congested areas. Speed ​​limits must be observed on internal and external roads to protect everyone’s safety.

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Brigadier General Muhammad Al-Hamidi:

• “Ras Al Khaimah Police do not hesitate to use advanced electronic technologies in the transport sector.”


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