UAE: Car headlights can put drivers in big trouble –

In the UAE, under traffic laws, a car accident is reported to the relevant police agency, where a formal permit is required to repair the vehicle.

Before you get in your car, make sure your car’s headlights, backlights and indicators are working properly.

This is because the UAE’s traffic laws and those who violate them are subject to heavy fines.

According to the amended traffic rules, if the front or rear lights of the vehicle do not work properly, the driver of the vehicle may face a fine of 400 dirhams and six black points.

Even if your car’s headlights are perfectly fine but not used at night or in cloudy weather, you will still have to pay a fine of 500 dirhams with 4 black points.

In addition, if the vehicle’s indicator lights become inoperable and do not turn on while turning, a fine of 400 dirhams will be levied.

If the backlights or indicators of heavy vehicles break, then a fine of 500 dirhams and four black points may have to be paid.

It should be noted that under the traffic laws in the UAE, in case of a car accident, it is reported to the concerned police station from where it is necessary to obtain a formal permit to repair the vehicle.

While the process of changing the original color of the vehicle requires a lot of diligence for which the traffic police must give a reason for the change in color in writing, the color of the vehicle can be changed only after getting permission.

Otherwise, it is against the law to change colors or to dent and paint a vehicle without permission, which could result in punishment for the workshop and the vehicle owner.

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