Here's however you'll be able to cut back black points on your licence in UAE
The new programme for Abu Dhabi motorists has been launched to boost traffic awareness and unfold a good driving culture and etiquette

If you’ve got some black points and your vehicle is near to be seized, there’s a chance that now takes awareness classes a part of awareness campaign scheme involves three training programs. This may facilitate drivers to cut back up to eight black points.

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“The new programme for Abu Dhabi motorists has been launched to boost traffic awareness and unfold a good driving culture and etiquette”, said the Abu Dhabi Police on Monday, June 17, 2019.

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It issued a press statement calling on drivers, who have earned the maximum 24 black points, to take favour and join the awareness classes.

As stated by the authorities, awareness campaign involves three training programs. the first will grant drivers, who have eight to twenty-three black points, a maximum deduction of eight points each year if they pass the course.

Under the second program, drivers who have more than twenty-four black points and their driver’s license has been sized, will benefit from the classes. Motorists who have gotten a car seizure order can register in the third program.

The classes are in Arabic, English and Urdu languages for the convenience of drivers and are held at the police’s section for traffic points programs in Musaffah, police follow-up section in Zayed city in Al Dhafra area and the police follow-up at the “Morawab Al Qadim” building in Al Ain.

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“The training programs are chance for traffic offenders to enhance their driving behaviour, become smart drivers and comply with the traffic rules and legislation,” a police officer said.

Police stated the road safety awareness scheme, that was started 2 years back, helps traffic violators to mend their ways and accomplish better compliance with road rules.

Motorists can contact to the police services line 600 566006 or visit their website for more info.

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