The UAE announced the possibility of obtaining a certificate damaged cars by weather conditions

Ahmed Moawad - | UAE

The police in the United Arab Emirates revealed very important decisions regarding people whose cars were damaged due to the bad weather conditions the country is witnessing during this week.

Obtaining a certificate stating the damage to which the car was exposed

The police forces in Abu Dhabi, an Arab country, stated through their official account on the social networking platform.

The Abu Dhabi firm stated that anyone impacted can receive these certifications by attending the traffic departments "Serious Accidents Department" in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, and Al Dhafra.

Do not go out unless necessary

The police also advised drivers to be cautious and not go out unless absolutely necessary, to avoid areas where water collects and valleys, and to avoid approaching electrical extension lines, open areas, and trees during rain.

While also adhering to the safety rules in order to ensure everyone's safety, and committing to safe driving and not occupying anything other than the road during rain and weather changes.

Adherence to the specified speeds

It also asked people and residents to follow the stated speeds when using the road speed reduction system, maintain a safe distance from other vehicles, and avoid abruptly applying the brakes.

You must also slow down significantly when turning to avoid skidding, and pull to the side of the road if you experience a loss of vision while driving.

She urged drivers to follow safety regulations when driving, particularly during rainy weather, and warned of the dangers of driving aggressively, irresponsibly, drifting, risking entering valleys, and failing to obey traffic laws.

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