31.9 C
Abu Dhabi
Wednesday, October 4, 2023
    HomeUAEDubaiDriving license is must for riding electric scooters in Dubai

    Driving license is must for riding electric scooters in Dubai

    Published on

    Sponsored Link
    - Sponsored Links -

    Dubai (Gulf Inside) The Dubai Media Office announced in a statement on March 31 that Dubai has announced a new law requiring e-scooter users to have a driving license to operate an electric mobility solution.

    The new rule comes as part of a broader proclamation of a series of rules for alternative modes of transport.

    The new law also states that riders under the age of 16 are not allowed to ride electric bikes or scooters, while cyclists under the age of 12 are allowed to ride adult cyclists over the age of 18. It is necessary.

    - Sponsored Links -

    The announcement is attributed to a new executive council resolution passed by Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed of Dubai to regulate bicycles, electric bikes and scooters in Dubai.

    According to a statement shared on the Crown Prince’s website, according to the decisions issued by the Director General of the Dubai Transportation Authority RTA, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors “electric scooter or any other type of bike Will issue a license for. ”

    The resolution came into effect when it was announced, however, the RTA has not announced the steps to apply for the permit.

    - Sponsored Links -

    Another rule that will be applied is the use of white head lamps in the front and red lamps and red reflectors in the rear. The statement said that a bell should also be put on the steering column.

    The speed limit for cyclists on the roads has been fixed at 60 kmph while no limit has been mentioned for e-scooters.

    Group cycling with more than four riders requires pre-session RTA approval from the Dubai Police, Dubai Sports Council, UAE Cycling Federation, and Dubai Ambulance Services.

    - Sponsored Links -

    The statement clarified that the security vehicle with front and rear cameras should be accompanied by a group of riders. The need for reflective vests and helmets remains.

    In addition to improving public health, the new rules are expected to increase overall safety for riders and road users.

    List Of Violations & Fines 

    E scooter In Dubai List Of Fines & Violations

    Also Read This: No More Free Parking In Dubai On Friday


    Sponsored Link

    Latest articles

    Pakistanis living in Saudi Arabia were overwhelmed when they saw heavy water bills

    Saudi Water Company blames water tanks and pipes for leaks and old meters Riyadh (Gulf...

    5 Tips For Using MT4

    The MT4 platform is used by FTX traders worldwide. It is undeniably one of...

    UAE Weekend Change From 1st January Saturday-Sunday Off

    Abu Dhabi (Gulf Inside) The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has changed the working hours of...

    How To Check STC Balance & STC Internet Balance Check

    So, you just got your STC SIM with a perfect package that suits all...
    Sponsored Linknoon promo code


    GEMS Royal Dubai School To Join New Cluster of British Schools

    GEMS Royal Dubai School has announced that it will join several other leading British...

    Unveiling the Gateway to Independence: A Comprehensive Guide to Navigating the Freelance Visa Maze in Dubai

    Dubai, the gleaming metropolis nestled in the heart of the United Arab Emirates, has...

    Ramadan 2023 Calendar Dubai

    Dubai Ramadan 2023 Suhur o Iftar Timings - Ramadan in Dubai, United Arab Emirates,...

    PRNEWS.IO presents Multilingual Marketplace on iFX

    PRNEWS.IO is the most prominent European platform for brands to publish news and press...

    Pakistani honoured for controlling traffic in Dubai

    General Abdullah Al Marri, the commander of Dubai Police in the United Arab Emirates,...

    Dubai Run invites runners on November 20 to run the distance

    Mai Dubai will present the Dubai Run on the Sheikh Zayed Road, 20 November....