An initiative to drop traffic violations in the UAE to make it easier for drivers affected by floods.

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An endeavor to reduce the number of traffic violations in the United Arab Emirates in order to make driving easier for drivers who are affected by floods.

Sharjah announces the initiative to drop traffic violations.

Sharjah has announced an effort to reduce the number of traffic offenses.

Due to the rain in the United Arab Emirates, Sharjah will suspend all traffic violations during the weather crisis.

Waves of harsh and unpredictable weather have engulfed the nation since the 16th of April, sweeping away vehicles and bringing life to a complete halt.

Motorists faced the daunting challenge of repairing their vehicles after a large number of automobiles submerged in water, resulting in structural issues, damages, and the loss of license plates. This was in addition to the worry of being in violation of traffic laws.

Sharjah announces the cancellation of all traffic violations to mitigate the effects of the bad weather disaster.

For the purpose of mitigating the consequences of the natural disaster caused by the poor weather, Sharjah has announced that all traffic violations will be cancelled.

Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, the Commander-in-Chief of the Sharjah Police, has issued a directive dropping any traffic infractions committed by motorists in Sharjah during the period of 'low surface pressure'.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) experienced unstable weather conditions from Monday (April 15) to Wednesday (April 16) due to the expansion of a "low surface pressure" and two waves of unstable weather. These weather conditions had the most severe effects on Tuesday (April 16).

The UAE mitigates the effects of bad weather and announces the cancellation of traffic violations.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) takes measures to alleviate the effects of inclement weather and announces the cancellation of traffic incidents.

Because of the extraordinary conditions that have arisen as a result of the country's meteorological depression, the police force has decided to waive all traffic violations. This decision demonstrates the police force's dedication to serving society during these extraordinary circumstances.

This past week, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) experienced the greatest rainfall in seventy-five years, surpassing any recorded precipitation since the beginning of data collection in 1949.

A significant number of motorists around the Emirates had car damage as a result of torrential rainfall, which caused roadways to become flooded and waterlogged.

The persistent onslaught of severe weather forced hundreds of locals to abandon their automobiles on the side of the road. The rising floodwaters during the flood forced drivers to wade through the murky water to reach safety.

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