Police warn motorists to drive safely — especially before iftar
Drivers urged to stick to road rules, especially before iftar, when crashes are more frequent
- The Muroor street in Abu Dhabi is seen during rush hours of Holy Ramadan on Wednesday at 3pm. Police are urging motorists to refrain from speeding and breaking traffic rules, especially before iftar, as this is when accidents tend to take place
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