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Dubai motorists warned not to play loud music
Vehicles to be confiscated if motorists play loud music while driving in residential areas
Motorists making loud noise, same time Pedestrians enjoying music using the headphone and those using mobile phone to cannot listen to warning signals of moving vehicles.
babu, dubai, United Arab Emirates
They talked about loud music; but what about action against noisy motor bikes in the night?
Khal, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
This is great news. I would request Dubai Police to please check Al Hadiqa Road at nights. Every night, residents at Wasl Square are tortured with the noise emanating from these bikes and fancy cars. We look forward for some quick action in this regard.
Ramesh, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
It is nice that the Police make sure that the rules are reminded to the public. The rules are always in place for the safety of public, but it is a pity that many do not abide by them. Most youngsters think that doing such acts makes them stand-out from the rest and shows their daring (in fact shows their mischievous & ignorant nature). However, it will be nicer to have more police patrol inside areas + cameras at a few junctions + speed breakers on some roads within the areas & near supermarkets
Habeeb Hassan, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
I live near Naif Park, Deira. Shopkeepers turn on their music systems from 10am - 10pm. whenever we call police at noon they switch off their state of the art speakers for a few minutes until the police patrol leaves, than again they switch on their music systems. no one bother that people live in this neighbourhood too
khalid, Dubai, Pakistan
Very nice move by authorities
Moahmmad, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
i couldnt thank more... its soo annoying to hear the music blast.. not only at night, but also during the day time... ok fine, u wanna hear loud music, just close the shutters up and enjoy it for yourself.. its totally enoying!!! NOT SO COOL
anonymous, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
What about drivers who rev up their engines thus breaking the sound barrier up to 3:00 a.m. The underpass (parallel to the Sheikh Zayed Road, outside French Bakery) urgently needs to be monitored. An elderly person or young children could be shaken out their sleep with the sudden but loud roars deep into the night - every night!
Hazel Carvalho, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
This is a common issue in Dubai international city at night 3AM,there is loud music from cars in the Parking Area and in roads
Manu, dubai, United Arab Emirates
Fantastic! Lets hope for the end of such nuisances in the coming future.
Rizwan Kazi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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