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SR 300 Fine for a child below 10, sitting on the front seat of a vehicle

SR 300 Fine for a child below 10, sitting on the front seat of a vehicle

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Despite every one of the endeavors made by the Saudi Traffic Police, they are not ready to control the quantity of traffic accidents on the road. There are numerous reasons for these accident however the main source is the aggressive and careless driving by the drivers.

If you are living in Saudi Arabia, you must have seen accident on the streets because of rash driving and careless attitude. Indeed, reckless mentality is likewise one of the real reasons of causalities and injuries in the road accidents.

 

In Saudi Arabia many women carrying their babies in the front seat of the vehicle. In fact, once in a while you can recognize drivers driving their vehicles with children in their laps.

There are numerous chances of survival on road accidents on the off chance that you consent to the security rules. For instance, on the off chance that you meet with a mishap while wearing a safety belt, there are numerous odds of survival. Similarly, if youngsters are situated on their uncommon seats, the odds of misfortunes amid a mishap are limited. 

Keeping in view this safety requirement, Saudi Traffic Police has started imposing traffic fines on those vehicles who don’t comply with this particular traffic rule in Saudi Arabia.

A duplicate of activity ticket has been available for use via social media networking media these days which demonstrates a vehicle being charged for a youngster underneath 10 years of age sitting in the front seat. 

The measure of traffic fine isn't referenced in that paper however with our insight about the traffic fines, we realize that the most extreme fine in such manner can't surpass SR 300 per violation.

The Saudi government has also increased the amount of some traffic fines with the start of 1438 Hijri years. It was published in newspapers at the beginning of Oct 2016 that the fine for crossing red signal will be increased to SR 6,000.

One of our readers shared with us a ticket of SR 6,000 for crossing a red light. However, it appears that Traffic Department took pity on people and reduced the fine for crossing a red light to SR 3,000 now

As indicated by the Director General of Traffic, Maj. Gen. Abdullah Al-Zahrani, on the off chance that somebody is found tossing a cigarette butt from the vehicle's window, he will be fined with SR 100.

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