UAE announces Union Day celebration rules
A list of regulations that the public must follow has been posted by the Ministry of Interior as they prepare to celebrate the 52nd Union Day this weekend.
The ministry tweeted a list of regulations, the majority of which had to do with vehicle ornamentation and traffic laws. The ministry also stated that breaking the restrictions would result in fines.
Additionally, the authorities have advised the populace to observe the rules and rejoice appropriately.
- Do not block the vehicle's number plates or obstruct the view of the driver with the decorations
- Do not change the original colour of the car, nor modify the engine
- Do not cover the windows and windshields with stickers or sunshades
- Do not participate in "marches and random gatherings"
- Do not spray confetti or paint at people
- Do not write "phrases or place inappropriate stickers on the vehicle"
- Do not carry more than the permitted number of passengers
- Do not let passengers sit on the vehicle's windows or sunroof
- Do not block or disrupt traffic
- Do not drive recklessly driving on internal and external roads
- Do not raise the flag of any other country other than the UAE
The driver of a vehicle that disobeys these directions faces immediate fines and impoundment in addition to penalties for violating stores.
These rules highlight how crucial it is to guarantee safety and keep a polite, joyful, and happy atmosphere throughout the UAE National Day celebrations.
The Federal Traffic Council's Chairman, Brigadier Engineer Hussein Ahmed Al Harithi, reaffirmed the Ministry's insistence on rigorous compliance with legal and safety regulations. In addition, he asked everyone to observe the holiday spirit in a responsible manner—that is, without hurting or upsetting other people.