Saturday, November 17, 2018

Motors

Saudi: First case of harassment against women drivers

Saudi police on Sunday recorded the first incident of harassment against a female driver in the country since the ban on women driving in...

Saudi Arabia prepares to end women driving ban Sunday

Saudi Arabia will allow women to drive from Sunday, ending the world's only ban on female motorists, a historic reform marred by what rights...

Are tourists visiting the UAE exempt from traffic fines?

A card with a Dubai Police logo has gone viral on social media, saying that tourists and visitors who flout traffic rules could be...

Saudi: New Tough Punishments For Traffic Violations Issued

Saudi Arabia has issued tough new punishments for traffic violations including fines and lengthy prison sentences for causing injury or death, according to reports.Saudi...

London: Arab Supercar owners fined £1,000 for revving their engines outside...

Arab Supercar owners in London for the summer have been warned they face £1,000 fines if they rev their engines outside Harrods. Hundreds of multi-millionaire...

How allowing women to drive will change Saudi Arabia

The announcement last week that Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has lifted the ban on women driving doesn’t mean that females have had no real...

Rail dreams to become reality

Manama : Urban train travel will no longer remain a pipedream for Bahrainis. The country will build a 109-kilometre rail transit system by 2024, in five...

Enjoy Peace of Mind With Mercedes-Benz During The Holy Month Of...

Mercedes-Benz and Al Haddad Motors brings exclusive deals on all Mercedes-Benz models with tailor-made packages in this holy month of Ramadan.With an all-inclusive driving package,...

Saudi detains 3 more activists ahead of driving ban lift

Saudi authorities have widened a crackdown on women's rights advocates, detaining at least three more activists a month before the kingdom lifts its decades-old...

Tourist racks up Dh175,000 fine within 3 hours in a rented...

A British tourist racked up Dh175,000 in traffic fines in only three hours after being clocked driving at twice the speed limit in a...
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