Sharjah Police installs new radars to catch modified vehicles

Sharjah Modified Car Radar

In a move to cut down on residential disturbance in the emirate, Sharjah Police has installed new radars to crack down on noisy motorists. The new radars which can capture audio and video, measure the decibels of passing cars and fine vehicles that cross 95 decibels.

Major General Saif Ziri Al Shamsi, Sharjah Police Commander in Chief inaugurated the device in the presence of Lieutenant Colonel Mohammad Alai Al Naqbi, Director of Traffic and Patrol Department and Colonel Rashid Al Fardan, Head of Traffic Engineering Department. Al Naqbi warned that more such devices would be rolled out across the emirate.

Motorists whose vehicles break the 95 decibels barrier, will be fined AED 2,000 and given 12 black points, along with vehicle confiscation ranging up to six months under Article 20 of the Federal Traffic Law. This move aims to reduce the disturbance caused by loud vehicles to residents across the Emirate.

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