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Not Following These Driving Rules Can Lead to Driving License Suspension

Published: 10/03/2022

Jumping A Traffic Signal

While you may be under the impression that no police cars are around to watch you, let us tell you that it’s still no excuse to cross the red signal. It’s a matter of safety for yourself and your surroundings. Besides, you can end up paying hefty amounts along with getting your license suspended. How you may ask? Why? Well, with several special cameras placed at almost every traffic signal, you sure wouldn’t want to risk a major fine. These cameras automatically send the traffic violator’s data to the RTA, upon which the above-mentioned actions are taken.

Running After Causing an Accident

Not stopping immediately after this is considered to be a downright crime. If you’re involved in a crash, both minor and major, and you decide to run away, you will not only have the rental car impounded, but will also receive 24 back points, which simply means it’ll be suspended for two months. The fines are then decided by the court.

Running After Causing an Accident

Injuring A Pedestrian

This is one of the major factors to keep in mind while driving . While the death of a pedestrian leads to a major fine and withdrawal of license for up to a year, injuries invite a relatively lower fine along with a six-month license suspension.

Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol

It is a no-brainer that driving under the influence of alcohol or a similar substance is considered a major crime. There is a zero-tolerance policy towards it, where the driver will face a hefty fine, license suspended for a year along with imprisonment. Yes, that also includes a small trace of alcohol that may be detected, therefore landing you in serious troubles. Not only do you cause issue upon yourself, but also get the car rental dealer in trouble.

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