Ramadan Road Safety

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Road Safety UAE, QIC Insured and Gargash Insurance Brokers analyzed the 2016 Ramadan claims data of 1,845 reported accidents and/or claims to draw learnings for this year’s Ramadan.

However, Ramadan road rage and its corresponding spike in traffic incidents can be avoided, say experts.

Dubai Police appeals to drivers to plan ahead to give yourself enough time to reach your destination for iftar. And if you are behind schedule, you can break your fast at the nearest petrol pump.

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