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Fining Reckless drivers is 100% required and is a good move by the authorities but what about the drivers driving at ridiculously slow speeds on the open highways. For e.g. Dubai Abu Dhabi highway. Drivers are noticed driving at 100 km to 120km inthe fast lane even though the maximum speed is 140KMPH using thier phones for msging, calling and therefore swaying from left to right unknowingly in the fast lane. This not only frustrates the other drivers driving behind these type of drivers who just refuse to give way then they are forced to overtake from the right which also may be booked as a lane discipline violation. Is there a solution to this??
Chris, Dubai, India
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